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6 Places to Find Culture on the Cheap in DC

The capital is blessed with an abundance of celebrated cultural institutions, from the museums of the Smithsonian Institution to iconic performance venues like the Kennedy Center. While there are plenty of world-renowned venues to appreciate the fine arts, the city’s nooks and crannies are...



Dozens of SoCal Museums Free on January 28th

SoCal museums announced the 13th Annual Museums Free-for-All on Sunday, January 28th. Dozens of museums in Los Angeles are participating by opening their doors to the public. The event is intended to emphasize each museums’ free day throughout the year. The following museums will...


A Guide to The San Francisco Fall Art and Antiques Show

The San Francisco Fall Arts and Antique Show is the oldest continuously operating international art and antiques show on the West Coast. Approximately sixty dealers offer an extraordinary array of pieces from around the world including paintings, furniture, textiles, jewelry and more. The Gala:...





Burning Man 2017: Epic Photos Capturing Playa Magic

Every year for nine days the magical Black Rock City springs to life in the Black Rock Desert. On the final day, the temporary city with a population of 70,000 returns to sand and dust leaving behind nothing but memories and spectacular photos. Here...


Award-Winning Art Series Captures LA Neighborhoods

For 14 years, LA Metro has been commissioning artists to capture the unique feel and look of each neighborhood in Los Angeles. You may recognize a few of the more notable pieces from the metro trains and buses around the city, where many of...


$200,000 Fumble or Fraud at LA’s 14th Factory?

You may have seen the famous video making its way around the interwebs this weekend: a woman, desperately-seeking-selfie in LA’s own 14th Factory, leans a little too far back and upends an entire row of expensive art pieces amounting in $200,000 worth of damage:...