Our watch list for the weekend includes Kristin Chenoweth, Emanuel Ax, Sandra Tsing Loh and a rare peek inside the Disney archives.
William Least Heat-Moon, after visiting every U.S. county in the lower 48, is the master of the topographical journey. Now 80, he takes another trip — into the imperfect history of American democracy.
A painting revolution was ready to take off in the 14th century, but then the plague hit Italy. What lessons does that hold about our own art future?
How to keep Coronavirus stress at bay: Listen, really listen, to your favorite albums, front to back, without distraction.
Fingers crossed Craft Contemporary's clay biennial can safely reopen. Until then, you can sample the strong work here.
Billowing smoke, swirling galaxies. Behind Lisa Oppenheim's intriguing imagery, you'll find complex back stories that deepen appreciation for the work.
Yes, the floats of Magic Happens provide the requisite eye candy needed for a theme park parade. But the stars of Disneyland's new parade are the dancers.
Unhappy with LACMA plans for a new building and its permanent collection, the Ahmanson Foundation ends the art gift program it started in 1972.
Mexican-Japanese artist Shizu Saldamando's portraits of artists and friends at Oxy Arts show a thriving Latinx art movement. Rafa Esparza, Ramiro Gomez, poet Raquel Gutiérrez and Guadalupe Rosales are some of the faces on the walls.
The Rabkin Foundation awarded Christopher Knight its second lifetime achievement award, which comes with a $50,000 prize.