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Tagged with: Visual Art

Desperate times call for ‘Anna Karenina’

Joffrey Ballet's triumphant return to Cal Performances revives a literary tale that centers love after loss.

With dazzling breadth, ‘Art is Art’ highlights 40 years of creation by artists with disabilities

Milestone book beautifully situates local nonprofit Creativity Explored's artists in the canon.

Screen Grabs: Stalin’s funeral, New Deal art, and a harrowing Mexican fable of unrest

Three new movies seem like history repeating. Plus, an invigorating Legacy Film Festival On Aging

Now Watch This: Madison McFerrin, OSEES, Automatic, more video delights

A clutch of new audio-visual offerings to turn you on to up-and-comers and familiar faves.

Performing poverty in ‘Nomadland’ and ‘White Tiger’

Two acclaimed movies from poverty outsiders don't go far enough in exposing wealth-hoarding and corporate slavery.

Oakland’s Brijean on effervescent new LP ‘Feelings’—and music’s essential conviviality

"It was like sampling ourselves or our group of friends," say duo, whose technique included hours of improvisation.

Our biggest news stories of 2020

1 million readers, 950+ stories, and a community of engaged supporters that can't be beat: Here's what we accomplished together this year.

Two artists from Black Joy Parade talk end-of-year resilience

"The main opportunity I can see is that the general public is suddenly left with a lot more time to really look at creativity around them."

Divine intervention: Reconfiguring monumental art project ‘The Black Woman is God’

My experience as part of the ongoing SOMArts exhibit, now entering a new phase, pushed me to return to what matters.

On being seen: Online MoAD exhibition showcases the work of San Quentin artists

In 'Meet Us Quickly,' artists incarcerated at the site of one of the nation's most deadly COVID-19 reframe their experience in the US prison-industrial complex.