In March 2020, Camilla Byrd found $50 worth of forgotten oil paint in a wayward closet. The 29-year-old painter never looked back.
Students in the Journeys in Journalism magnet program are exhibiting their photojournalism work at Studio@620 through January 30, in-person and virtually.
Sure, you could start binging yet another series, but there are other options – and some of them are live and local.
For the first time in 48 years, the Annual Art Festival Beth-El – normally held at Temple Beth-El in South Pasadena – will be available online only, through a virtual gallery.
Do you love to read? There’s a whole lot going on for readers in the area, whether you love cozy mysteries or non-fiction.
On January 1, the Gulfport Merchants Chamber kicked off the new year with a themed First Friday Art Walk, challenging artists to express what “Imagine” means to them.
Gulfport artist Margo Christie’s current work is influenced by pique assiette – using recycled materials such as glass, broken cups, and tiles to create mosaics.
In December, we asked people to share personal stories of their experience in 2020. Here’s what they had to say: Art Heals By Kiersty Long “The most powerful art in […]
Brock Adams’ “Apocalypse Yesterday” is perhaps the most underrated book of 2020, and also offers the perfect allegory for the year.
The Gabber’s Lynn Taylor talks to local artists about their year of inspiration in 2020, in their own words.
For many, the considerable absence of live theatre and performance in 2020 was catastrophic. But the survival instinct kicked in as well.
This month, three readers shared their choice for the best book they read this year and why it was their favorite.