For "Minari," writer and director Lee Isaac Chung drew on his memories of religion growing up in the south.
Imagine discovering that a painting on your wall is a long, lost masterpiece. In two recent cases, the story centers…
In the aftermath of the killings by police of George Floyd and other black men and women, American institutions of…
A symphony requires all musicians playing their parts in harmony, but the pandemic makes that delicate choreography all the more…
Face masks have become part of our daily lives in a way few would have anticipated only months ago. Yet…
How will theater weather the pandemic? Especially in its more fearless forms, it will always adapt to reach audiences, said…
Songwriting duo Louis York picks five songwriters who deserve more credit.
For hitmakers Chuck Harmony and Claude Kelly, songwriting can be a "lifesaving tool" during times of distress.
This artist turns tea bags into tiny, detailed paintings
MerleFest celebrates music from the Appalachian region and boosts the local economy
New exhibit chronicles work of late painter Barkley Hendricks and his use of the camera
Five years after taking its last bow, Ringling Bros. is back – this time, without animals
Young playwrights use the theater to confront the trauma of gun violence
Ukrainian band Kalush Orchestra wins Eurovision with a show of support for a nation gripped by war
‘Faces Of COVID’ memorializes Americans who have died during the pandemic
Detention of WNBA star Brittney Griner in Russia extended another month, lawyer says
‘Philip Guston Now’ portrays art of controversial and confrontational painter
A Brief But Spectacular take on the power of documentary filmmaking
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