Local organizations hopeful even as future looks bleak
By Jan Engoren
ArtsPaper Contributing Writer
When the Cannes Film Festival is canceled and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City is projected to lose $100 million after closing down be
Here are edited reviews of performances that occurred in early March. For complete reviews, see palmbeachartspaper.com
The cultural season has returned with concerts, theatrical productions,
art exhibitions and other events that enrich each day. Be sure to see what’s on tap
in the ArtsPaper season preview:
It’s that time of year again, when the holiday calendar gets crowded with arts activities to put everyone in the mood for the season.
This month, we have two calendars: one of the non-holiday events and one devoted just to seasonal off
Yes, we have sand, sun and blue waters, alligators and anhingas, chic cities full of beautiful people and warm temperatures while everyone else is shivering through the gloomy
By Greg Stepanich, ArtsPaper Writer
Delray Beach’s Arts Garage, an arts performance space featuring theater, jazz, blues and pop, opened five years ago last month on the bottom floor of a parking garage on Northeast First Street. Its director for the
By Thom Smith
Lights, camera — and lots of action.
But what would you expect at a 20th birthday party for the Palm Beach International Film Festival?
It seems only yesterday the festival took its first cinematic breaths, as organizers
By Hap Erstein
ArtsPaper Film Writer
Remember when the Palm Beach International Film Festival was born? Believe it or not, that was 20 years ago, and the eight-day celebration of movies from around the world that begins on March 26 will “dazzle and
October is here and “season” has begun. So, to arm you with plenty of planning material for the busy months ahead, you will find inside this edition some special features.
• The ArtsPaper is back with your complete guide to the 2014-15 cultura
By Greg Stepanich
The very first piece of art Tim Wride tried to buy was a drawing by Edward Gorey, which he saw at the old Gotham Book Mart while he was a college student in New York.
Although he ended up not being able to afford the drawing, Wr
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