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A new interactive exhibit at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is designed to take viewers below the surface, into both art and life. “To look closerwhich opened May 1 in the Memorial Foundation for Children Interactive Gallery, focuses on identity, using six works of art from the museum’s collection to explore themes of family, … Read more

Chronicle: Sharing the talents of leatherworkers | local entertainment

The Brinton Museum’s new leatherworking exhibition, “Master Leather Carving from North America and Japan – Design and Cultural Influences”, featuring awe-inspiring master leather craftsmen, was born out of a discussion of the inspiring history of saddle making and leather carving in northern Wyoming. The masterful carving and tooling on saddles and equestrian equipment created in … Read more

Lyric named official state theater | Culture & Leisure

OKLAHOMA CITY – Lyric Theater has been named Oklahoma’s official state theater. Governor Kevin Stitt signed Senate Bill 1385, authored by Senate Democratic Leader Kay Floyd and House Majority Leader Jon Echols, granting honor to the flagship theater founded in 1963. The law comes into effect. effective November 1, 2022. “Everyone at the Lyric Theater … Read more

DISD art students exhibit works at the Center d’Art | Culture & Leisure

“It’s floor to ceiling, every wall,” Dumas Art Center director Marti Christman said Monday as she watched art students from Dumas High School (DHS), along with teachers Selenda Hightower and Nancy Angeles, hanging pictures and displaying sculptures and other artwork in preparation for the annual art festival and student art exhibit that has become a … Read more

‘Dr. Strange’ follows the usual Marvel formula | Culture & Leisure

“Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” is more infuriating than multiverse. The 28th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is helmed by horror and comic book legend Sam Raimi, best known for directing the original “Spiderman” trilogy and “The Evil Dead” films. His distinctive style is well known to fans of both genres and … Read more

Olympia gives tours of the Armory building, future arts campus

As soon as you enter the Olympia Armory, your feet touch history. The front doors of the 1939 Art Deco building on Eastside Street lead directly to a wooden basketball court. The floor has seen countless matches over its years, but that’s only a small part of its more recent history. Beginning in World War … Read more

“The Northman” offers a bloody and bloody journey | Culture & Leisure

Betrayal, revenge and historical accuracy are at the heart of Robert Eggers’ Scandinavian historical epic “The Northman”, starring Alexander Skarsgard, Nicole Kidman, Ethan Hawke and Willem Dafoe. Similarities to other films permeate the narrative, but what makes “The Northman” excel is in its execution. The action is fierce, the drama is engrossing, and the story … Read more

May Arts Roundup: Pearl Jam, New Shows in the Sacramento Area

Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder will perform in Sacramento on May 18 at the Golden1 Center. The month of May is here and a host of arts and entertainment options are on the way to the Sacramento area. The calendar is full of exhibitions, plays, concerts, artistic activities, comedy and more. Here’s a sample of what’s … Read more

New Direction at Home: Bob Dylan Center Opening May 10 | Arts & Theater

Steve Higgins acknowledges that one aspect of the soon-to-open Bob Dylan Center won’t make everyone who sees it happy. Even a simple description is enough to trigger quite heated debates. This is an exhibit, drawn from the more than 100,000 items that make up the Bob Dylan Archive, designed to give visitors a deeper insight … Read more

“Washington”, lent paintings leaving MMAM | Culture & Leisure

by Chris Rogers Goodbye, George. One of two surviving versions of the iconic “Washington Crossing the Delaware” painting left the Minnesota Marine Art Museum (MMAM) in Winona last month and is now up for auction. The auction house Christie’s estimates that it could cost between 15 and 20 million dollars. MMAM has its own permanent … Read more