6 months ago | Art
Recognized as an icon of 20th-century photography for her ability to transform seemingly average subjects into compelling art, Lisette Model continues to resonate with new audiences long after her death in 1983. An exhibition opening today at the...
8 months ago | Art
Tapping deep into the female empowerment Zeitgeist, "Dangerous Women," a spectacular and provocative exhibition that contemporizes historic portrayals of the female form, opened to packed crowds at the Frost Art Museum February 17. The show, on vi...
9 months ago | Stage
As Hollywood continues to unpack more casualties from the #MeToo movement, women are fighting back by creating the kind of work they want to see and the roles they want to play. Erika Soerensen’s Reservoir Dolls, presented by the Outré Theatre Com...
9 months ago | Art
You’ve probably practiced the art of photo-bombing, but you might not know the unexpected pleasures of the growing movement known as yarn bombing. This sister act to graffiti is the practice of creating fiber-based objects to adorn or disrupt exis...
10 months ago | Stage
Theater collective Primal Forces' new production, Communion, promises “emotional fireworks” and more, says artistic director and theater founder Keith Garsson. Sparks will fly among the disparate characters: a lesbian psychiatrist, her alcoholic m...
10 months ago | Art
Maryellis Bunn, the wunderkind creative director behind the Museum of Ice Cream, opined in a New York Magazine article earlier this year that "advertising is dead." What she meant, according to the story, is that advertising of the skirt-chasing M...