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Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre Presents ‘A Whale’ for Pacific Design Center’s ‘WestWeek’

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre (HDDT) recently extended a special invite to cover the creation process for Once in A Whale with their dancers, choreographers, visual artists and composers. The company will perform the... Continue Reading →

PAMM Launches 1st-Ever Augmented Reality Exhibit at Miami Art Week

Press Release Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) will launch its first-ever Augmented Reality (AR) exhibition featuring works by Miami-based artist Felice Grodin during Art Week in December. Felice Grodin: Invasive Species is a virtually interactive, digital exhibition of commissioned works... Continue Reading →

Iconic L.A. architects Neutra and Schindler reunite in site-specific play, ‘The Princes of Kings Road’

True story: In 1953, iconic L.A. architects Richard Neutra and Rudolph Schindler, onetime friends and business partners who had been bitterly estranged for 23 years, found themselves, by a vagary of fate, occupying the same hospital room in Cedars of... Continue Reading →

Antaeus To Open Cultural Center In Glendale

The Antaeus Theatre Company has announced that it will break ground for a new cultural arts center in Glendale on June 11 at 10 a.m. The City of Glendale has approved plans submitted by the company to transform a 7,600 square-foot... Continue Reading →

The Richard Meier Model Museum To Open At Mana Contemporary

Photo by Mark Seliger. Mana Contemporary will soon be home to one of the most celebrated architects of our time (also the genius behind The Getty Center). The Richard Meier Model Museum and opens to the public with a reception from... Continue Reading →

Historic New Orleans Theatre Reopens Doors after $52 Million Restoration

Press Release City Celebrates Return of Iconic Saenger Theatre to Downtown New Orleans Built in 1927 by noted New Orleans architect Emile Weil, the Saenger Theatre is a remarkable example of Italian Renaissance architecture and listed on the National Register... Continue Reading →

Mixed Greens: Evidence of Evolution

SEPTEMBER–OCTOBER 2013 Mixed Greens is thrilled to present Renovation, Sonya Blesofsky’s second solo exhibition with the gallery. For this exhibition, Blesofsky’s drawings and sculptures continue her investigation of architecture, this time with increased interest in the visual evidence of a building’s... Continue Reading →

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21,076 Pounds of Food! – Canstruction LA Winners Announced

California icons, such as the LAX Theme Building, California’s State Flag, and the busy Port of LA, were among the winning designs at the Seventh Annual CanstructionLA, the design/build contest where architects, designers, builders, and engineers create structures meant for feeding, not housing. Featured as... Continue Reading →

Monday NYC – It’s A Tall Order

New York 'cityscapes' from the eyes of Brooklyn born real estate agent (and former chef) Mark Neuwirth who in his on and off time has been capturing so many of NYC's best and worst features through his lens.  Below is a street... Continue Reading →

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