“Deja View: The Art of Andreas Deja” at the Walt Disney Family Museum

TweetMarch 21, 2017–Oct. 4, 2017  Explore the dynamic work of one of the most accomplished and versatile character animators of our time: Andreas Deja. This unique exhibition showcases original works on paper and maquettes of Deja’s most iconic characters, from … Continue reading →

2017 – Rodin Centenary at the Legion of Honor  

Tweet  Marking the centenary of Auguste Rodin’s death in 1917, the Legion of Honor will present a completely new installation of its extraordinary Rodin holdings in “Rodin Centenary.” Approximately 50 objects in bronze, marble, and plaster—all from the Fine Arts Museums … Continue reading →

Through April 2, 2017 – Four New Exhibitions at the Museum of the African Diaspora

TweetThe Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD), presents four new exhibitions through April 2, 2017.   “Where Is Here,” curated by Jacqueline Francis and Kathy Zarur, presents the work of contemporary artists of African descent who are interested in claiming, making, … Continue reading →

Discover World-Class Arts and Culture in Philadelphia

Tweet From ballet to theater to the orchestra and beyond, it’s no wonder Philadelphia was ranked America’s No. 1 city for culture by Travel + Leisure magazine. Explore our galleries, hear world-class music or discover something altogether new. Museum Mile … Continue reading →

Let the good times roll with spring events on Alabama

Tweet Let the good times roll with spring events on Alabama’s beaches Mardi Gras parades kick off event lineup from February through May GULF SHORES AND ORANGE BEACH, ALA. – Mardi Gras, which originated across Mobile Bay in Mobile, Alabama, … Continue reading →

Until – June 25, 2017 – Cary Leibowitz at the Contemporary Jewish Museum

TweetNew York–based contemporary artist Cary Leibowitz (b. 1963) creates comically self-effacing text-based works with a decidedly gay and often Jewish perspective that address issues of identity, kitsch, modernist critique, and queer politics. Since the early 1990s, when he became widely … Continue reading →

London’s Most Famous Cultural Institutions Shine a Spotlight on American Art

Tweet American history and culture will be at the forefront of a series of world class exhibitions due to go on display in London this year. Over the next 12 months, five exhibitions featuring some of America’s most celebrated artists … Continue reading →