Stories about Arts
COVID froze tours, shuttered venues, shelved releases, and canceled festivals. Local bands do their best to carry on.
Promoter's coronavirus illness, ticket sales snafu, viral reporting added to rage about techno event.
The arts community is putting on a damn good face in this catastrophe, from floral masks to streaming Shakespeare and more.
As even the Silent Film Fest falls silent, there are local resources and online releases to keep you occupied.
Here's a list of links to help people out of work from the coronavirus shutdown. If you are in need, please add your info in the comments.
Tough times for musicians, DJs, performers, and artists as bars and events are shut down.
Large gatherings have been banned, small gatherings are advised against—what are art-lovers (and arts workers) to do?
Plus: the need for an arts, worker, and small-business bailout—and the mayor will get asked about corruption. That's The Agenda for March 9-15.
An innovative program at the de Young, whose staff is mostly white, brings diversity to Black Power and Frida Kahlo exhibit staff.
The pioneering performance trio's provocations feel comforting, but still pack a poignant wallop at Berkeley Rep.