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The fire station will present “Murder on the Orient Express” GRAND FORKS — The Greater Grand Forks Community Theater Company presents Agatha Christie’s “Murder on the Orient Express” at 7 p.m., March 24-26; March 31-April 2; and April 7-9 and 2 p.m. March 27 and April 3 at the Fire Hall Theater in downtown Grand …

It’s no secret that Jerry and Jackie Miles deserve much of the credit for Fountain Hills’ extensive public art collection. Over the past 20 years, their generosity is responsible for much of the collection that continues to entertain visitors and locals alike, bringing recognition and accolades to Fountain Hills. Now, Jerry’s widow, Jackie, has made …

The jazz festival starts today at UI The Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival begins today and continues through Saturday at the University of Idaho in Moscow. A celebration of world music at 7 p.m. tonight, a performance by Grammy-winning Dee Dee Bridgewater at 7 p.m. Friday and a show with the Chris Potter Trio at 7 …

Remember when we all thought the COVID shutdowns were going to last, like, two weeks? As of this month, it’s been two years, and we barely remember what it was like to attend a live event without worrying that someone in the crowd might be a Typhoid Mary. But, with about 70% of adults in …

The video creates a meditative and immersive experience to provide decompression from the stresses of everyday life Times Square Artsthe largest public platform for contemporary performance and visual arts, is pleased to present continuum by artist Krista Kim for the month of February as part of the organization’s signature Midnight Moment series. Midnight Moment is …

Pat Kennedy is a sculptor based in Loveland, Colorado. For over 73 years, Pat has been in Loveland creating works of art that can be found in cities across the country. His latest creations titled “Tango” and “The Cameraman” have found permanent residence on the campus of the Stanley Hotel. Kristina Rusch, Estes Park Trail-Gazette …

When it comes to how local artists create their art, the medium used knows no bounds. Paints, wood, marble and scraps can all be used, but those that Anne Cofta Jobs are particularly unique, at least, it seems, around Greenpoint. Ann sews, embroiders, quilts and collages to give a colorful and softened look to beloved …

Abby Lynes for the Missoulian Andrea Joyce Heimer’s work asks you to remember a skill often overlooked in the hubbub of adult life. “As a kid we would go days without thinking about it,” she said. Heimer’s exhibition “Pastime,” on display at the Missoula Art Museum, explores seemingly mundane experiences of childhood and adolescence. As …

2021 continued to see museum closures and a drop in memberships. When the institutions opened, visitors were turned away when they forgot to download the online ticket office. Those who resisted masks or showed tapes of gunshots were trampled on when they were refused entry. Outdoor art venues have become popular – I visited the …

By Tracey Kutschker, Salmon Arm Arts Center Despite the twists and turns of the year, the Salmon Arm Arts Center launched a number of dynamic and engaging programs in 2021. Over the spring and summer, the Arts Center team created The Wharf Sessions, a digital album celebrating the spirit of Wednesday on the Pier, which …

One of the country’s most sought-after literature festivals, the Jaipur Literature Festival will be back on earth in 2022. After a Covid-induced shutdown, the literary festival is back, with a stellar lineup talking about books, themes, of topics and ideas representing literature and thoughts intrinsic to both India and the world, for the next edition. …

Few works of art speak to me more than the passionate and gestural paintings of Helen Durant. Now in the early 1970s, fragile and graceful as a bird, delicately boned and softly spoken, Durant’s southern accent and distinguished appearance belies the daring and intensity she brings to her work. It was a teacher at her …

Delaware has a plethora of parks owned, managed, and funded by the city government – and one that isn’t. It is the Boardman Arts Park at 154 W. William St. and is run by a nonprofit, run exclusively by volunteers and funded entirely by grants, donations and event proceeds, said the director Roxanne Amidon. For …

The design advances the goals of expanded and improved art and public spaces, while increasing accessibility throughout the museum. Elements of the museum transformation include: – Welcome new entrances allowing ease of access for visitors of all ages and abilities. – Additional galleries adopting new technologies and allowing a more extensive exhibition of the museum’s …