MIDORI CURTIS: New Gallery Opening in NYC featuring Intaglio Abstract Prints!

Midori Curtis’s new show,  ABSTRACT PRINTS BY MIDORI CURTIS officially opens Thursday December 3rd with an Artist Reception from 6-8 PM at the WORKS GALLERY. The show runs thru January 4th, 2010. WORKS GALLERY 1250 Madison Ave. (Between 89th & 90th St.)  New York, NY 10128 212.996.0300 Email: WorksGallery@aol.com Watch the VIDEO below of Midori […] Click to read more »

Art Priced for the Holidays! “SMALL WORKS” Opens Saturday at GALLERY 9 In L.A.

In an effort to bring art to holiday buyers, Culver City’s Gallery 9 is bringing you “Small Works” — an exhibit featuring California artists who work in small scale.  All art will be sized under 18″ x 20″ all of which will also be priced for gifting. Gallery 9 will host an Artist’s Reception on […] Click to read more »

FELA: NEW MUSICAL TRIBUTE TO THE LEGENDARY MUSICIAN BRINGS PARALLELED RELEVANCE TO TODAY’S POLITICAL CLIMATE!

Watching FELA, the new musical directed and choreographed by Tony award winner, Bill T. Jones and presented by Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter and Will & Jada Pinkett Smith,  feels like you are a part of something radically and refreshingly new and different for musical theater. The show which officially opens November 23rd, centers around the late […] Click to read more »

FASHION ART BRAVURA: Latin Art & Fashion Merge at The Setai

The SETAI CLUB NEW YORK presented FASHION ART BRAVURA on Wednesday night featuring  ARTISTS OF THE AMERICAS and the current collection of fashion designer, Gustavo Arango. ARTISTS OF THE AMERICAS was founded by Astrid Amaya and is directed by her son, Alejandro Garcia-Amaya. There mission is to bolster recognition of talented international emerging Latin American […] Click to read more »

ALL A SHOW NEEDS IS KERRY BUTLER by Kevin M. Thomas

Kerry Butler isn’t a household name. But she is making herself quite known on the Broadway stage. The demure actress with the big voice has worked her way up the ranks in the passed several years from Belle in “Beauty and the Beast” to last year’s surprise hit “Xanadu,” which Butler received a Tony nomination […] Click to read more »

“Little Dog” laughs best at small venue

Douglas Carter Beane’s “The Little Dog Laughed” is right where it should be – on a small intimate stage. The production running through Nov. 8 at San Francisco‘s New Conservatory Theatre Center is at a better suited venue here than the more grandiose Broadway stage where it was nominated for Best Play at the 2007 Tonys. “Dog” […] Click to read more »