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Cirque du Soleil - Art in Motion

Dec 3, 2007  |   Contributor: Ruth Mitchell  |  1 Comment

For a number of years now I had heard about Cirque du Soleil.... Read More

It's no Sugar Shack

Dec 3, 2007  |   Contributor: Ruth Mitchell  |  2 Comments

It's a tradition now at the Westin St. Francis in San Francisco.... Read More

BuyOutsidetheBox.com: Creative Consumerism

Jul 31, 2007  |   Contributor: Christina Stewart

Consumers in search of that perfect piece of art often find themselves lost in a tangle of webs created by less-than-helpful gallery curators, bidding wars, and issues stemming from exhibit proximity and lack of time.... Read More

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Jul 9, 2007  |   Contributor: Ruth Mitchell

Some critics might say Jasper Cropsey's "The Backwoods of America" -- part of the Crystal Bridges growing American Art Collection -- is a symbolic icon for billionaire Alice Walton's passion for the arts.... Read More

The Clay Studio: Ceramic Arts Center

Jun 25, 2007  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Arts & Culture: Founded in 1974, The Clay Studio is Philadelphia's only nonprofit organization whose sole focus is on education and promotion of the ceramic arts, and is one of the leading international institutions in the field. Through... Read More

It's the Summer of Love at the Whitney

Jun 18, 2007  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Arts & Culture: Sixties American counter-culture has gone high-culture. Last summer, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London presented an exhibition of 1960's fashion and classic rock posters. Now, to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the... Read More

Moscow Ballet: Great Russian Nutcracker

Jun 7, 2007  |   Contributor: Christina Stewart

Arts & Culture: Though it may be summer, the holiday season will be here before we know it. The thought of holiday shopping may be daunting, but the smell of pine and the gathering of loved ones fill us with warm fuzziness. And with the... Read More

Rock 'n Roll Wine Series: Truly Buzz Worthy!

Jun 6, 2007  |   Contributor: Christina Stewart  |  1 Comment

Arts & Culture: What began as a leisurely wine night among a close knit circle of friends has evolved into an empire of sorts. From its inception in 2002, the original "Rock 'n Roll crew" has made great strides in its attempt to combine the... Read More

J. Paul Getty Museums: Culture, Culture

Mar 3, 2007  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Arts & Culture: The J. Paul Getty Museums are among the top art galleries, as these venues exhibit a kaleidoscope of cultural and educational events and activities year round at its two Southern California locations. The Los Angeles Getty is... Read More

Tut II: Walk Like an Egyptian

Feb 5, 2007  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Arts & Culture: Lovers of Egyptology who missed viewing Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs at its stops in Los Angeles, Fort Lauderdale and Chicago have one more opportunity to view Tut's treasures stateside. The Franklin... Read More

The Noteworthy Academy of Music

Jan 30, 2007  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Arts & Culture: Natives fondly refer to Philadelphia's Academy of Music as "The Grand Old Lady of Locust Street," and as she celebrates her 150th birthday, the Grand Old Lady's elegance and cultural importance endures. Opened to the public... Read More

First Fridays Expand Cultural Horizons

Jan 15, 2007  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Arts & Culture: Museums throughout the U.S. are offering First Friday programs to attract an audience who may view spending time at a museum as an ill-spent afternoon with a doting elderly relative, or heading up a fieldtrip with a pack of... Read More

 
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