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  • ... colony--profiling desert artist pioneers Fred Drake and Ted Quinn. The first installment of an excerpt from Martínez's new book, ... Norwegian, Irish. The family came west in 1963, when Ted was about four years old. Both he and his sister, Debbie, were ...
  • ... A Taxidermist Talks by Jim Wickens Watch the full episode here ...
  • Amjad decides to have a special brithday party for his father. He invites guests and musicians and doesn't spare efforts to make it the best birthday ever, until he hears his neighbors saying that "Arabs make a lot of noise." Amjad is convinced they are right and that Arabs really are loud and noisy. He tries to find a solution to his father's upcoming "noisy" birthday that is supposed to take...
  • The fourth iteration of the program "Songs About Place" features performances of songs about the San Gabriel Valley.
  • ... embrace the broadest audience possible. We do that through programs . I wish I could give you the recipe; I would be a billionaire. ... the program and the leadership. The one that everyone talks about is "Art in the Streets." I don't know anything about street art; ...
  • ... range from installations, exhibitions, readings, workshops talks , music, and more. One of the main exhibits will be open to the public ... have been in Los Angeles and have had shows or done talks -- unless they're part of a show that calls them 'Islamic artists.' I ...
  • ... Kim Stringfellow examines the plethora of artist residency programs that have sprung up in and around the Morongo Basin. ...   A plethora of daring and diverse artist residency programs have sprung up in and around the Morongo Basin. Several have ...
  • "Walk and Talk Therapy" founder Clay Cockrell uses New York's Central Park as his office and holds patient sessions outdoors in the park all year round.

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