Capital One City Parks Foundation Summer Stage Anywhere Presents the World Premiere of “They Still Want to Kill Us”in conjunction with Arts Organizations from around the Country

An Uncensored Aria performed and composed by Daniel Bernard Roumain Featuring mezzo-soprano J’Nai Bridges and directed by multimedia artist Yoram Savion Commemorating centennial of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre and marking one year since the murder of George Floyd Premiering May 25, 8PM ET at SummerStageAnywhere.org Capital One City Parks Foundation SummerStage Anywhere is proud…

“Girl In The Forest”

By Stephan Pisko As she strolls over trembling twigs – floating and flaunting the sweet smell of cedars – Like a gaming gazelle she stops suddenly but only shortly on the carpet like floor to soak up the warm wild wind she captures – The fragrance of the day charms the night but nothing more…

Symphony of Images

By Stephan Pisko Masterpieces of melody dancing diva-like within fluid motions of free space pouring inwardly and outwardly perpetually untouched but seemingly serenaded as the whirl of the dervish transcends beyond physical form dripping the unexplainable essence sauteing the senses hypnotically within an otherworldly trance.

AXS FILM FUND LAUNCHES WITH A COMMITMENT TO ENSURING CREATORS OF COLOR WITH DISABILITIES HAVE THEIR VOICES HEARD

Grants of up to $10,000 Per Project Starting in 2021 AXS Film Fund was founded to support documentary filmmakers and non-fiction new media creators of color with disabilities. AXS Film Fund seeks to bring visibility to this underrepresented community of creators by intervening and providing opportunities that they may not otherwise have with mainstream funding…

Calling All High School Songwriters!

The National Endowment for the Arts and the American Theatre Wing are accepting submissions to the 2021 Musical Theater Songwriting Challenge This national contest is for high school students with a passion for writing songs that could be part of a musical theater production and the wide range of musical styles represented in contemporary musicals.…

Art of the African Diaspora 2021

Featuring Over 110 Artists of African Descent Online Exhibition: Now to May 16, 2021 In 2021 Art of the African Diaspora will be a hybrid online/in-person event presented at aotad.org, richmondartcenter.org, and at venues throughout the Bay Area.* Over 110 artists will be featured in an online exhibition highlighting their work, bios and artist statements. The online exhibition will…

Artist: Brian McClean

Brian McClean is a self taught fine art photographer of extraordinary landscapes, coastalscapes, nightscapes, and cityscapes. He is an exceptionally gifted artist who resides in San Diego California with an astonishing talent for creating emotionally moving photographs which takes an individual on a sublime journey. Brian McClean has always had a vivid imagination, a love…

The Sundance Institute’s Artist Programs

Nearly a year ago, the Sundance Institute announced their Respond and Reimagine Fund, which dedicated a million dollars in grants to artists and organizations impacted by the pandemic, with priority support for BIPOC artists and organizations that have been disproportionately affected. In the difficult months since then, the resilience, collective action, and creativity of the…

Met Exhibition to Explore Francisco Goya’s Prolific Activity as a Draftsman and Printmaker through Approximately 100 Works from the Late 18th and Early 19th Centuries From Now To May 2, 2021

Regarded as one of the most remarkable artists of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, Francisco Goya (1746–1828) is renowned for his prolific activity as a draftsman and printmaker, producing about 900 drawings and 300 prints during his long career. Through his graphic work, he expressed his political liberalism, criticism of superstition, and distaste…

GETTY VILLA MUSEUM PRESENTS FEMINIST RETELLING OF PANDORA’S BOX MYTH

Virtual play-reading co-produced with TheatreWorks Silicon Valley Pandora Now until March 19, 2021 The Getty Villa Museum presents a FREE virtual play-reading of Pandora, the story of Pandora’s Box by acclaimed playwright Laurel Ollstein, co-produced with TheatreWorks Silicon Valley. In Pandora, Ollstein retells the Pandora’s Box myth from a feminist perspective and asks: What if…

Yale University Art Gallery Receives Major Gift from Friday Foundation

Gift honors the lives and legacy of Jane Lang Davis and Richard E. Lang The Yale University Art Gallery has received an extraordinary gift from the Friday Foundation honoring the legacy of late Seattle philanthropists Jane Lang Davis and Richard E. Lang. The Lang collection is one of the most important private collections of 20th-century…