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A Theater Without Walls at The Wallis

A Theater Without Walls at The Wallis

“I’ve always been drawn to projects that shake things up and look at physical spaces in a new way, which is where this idea began,” said Crewes.

Writers Bloc Discusses Jewish Female Freedom Fighters

Writers Bloc Discusses Jewish Female Freedom Fighters

Batalion offers her 576-page book as an answer to those questions—an answer that Grossman described as “one of the most inspiring and astonishing chronicles of collective courage I’ve ever read.”

Commission Plans Summer of Art in  Beverly Hills

Commission Plans Summer of Art in Beverly Hills

The city and The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts have each contributed $50,000 to fund the Sing for Hope project.

“Sing for Hope” Celebration Planned for Aug. 5 – Sept. 6 in  Beverly Hills

“Sing for Hope” Celebration Planned for Aug. 5 – Sept. 6 in Beverly Hills

The one-of-a-kind public arts project places artist-designed pianos in parks and public spaces for anyone and everyone to play.

June 21 is “Make Music Day” in Beverly Hills

June 21 is “Make Music Day” in Beverly Hills

The City of Beverly Hills will make its debut as a new member of “Make Music Day,” by hosting a number of activities:

City of Style: Beverly Hills Shows Off  its Public Art

City of Style: Beverly Hills Shows Off its Public Art

Beverly Hills certainly understands the power of art, its ability to stimulate, entertain, and enhance. Long known for its public and private support for the arts, Beverly Hills is committed to providing access to diverse public artworks.

THE BEVERLY HILLS “IDOL”

THE BEVERLY HILLS “IDOL”

The Courier’s Lisa Bloch sat down with Lionel Richie to talk about his music, his passions and his life experiences.

Open Call for Artists to Design “Sing for Hope” Pianos

Open Call for Artists to Design “Sing for Hope” Pianos

The Sing for Hope Pianos will be displayed throughout parks and public spaces in Beverly Hills.

LACMA Modern Art Returns

LACMA Modern Art Returns

The galleries have been redesigned in collaboration with Frank O. Gehry and Associates, and the presentation includes new interpretive texts, six thematic audio tours, a 30-minute film drawn from LACMA’s exhibition archives, and a collection soundtrack. The new presentation is curated by Stephanie Barron, Senior Curator and Department Head of Modern Art, and Katia Zavistovski, Assistant Curator of Modern Art.

Beverly Hills Students Perform in Westside Ballet Workshop

Beverly Hills Students Perform in Westside Ballet Workshop

Both Shim sisters will perform in newly choreographed numbers. Sixth-grader Elle will dance in “Les Petites Étoiles,” Mozart’s charming piano composition of “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star,” a new piece choreographed by Associate Artistic Director Caprice Walker and featuring the pre-professional performance company’s younger dancers, to be accompanied by live piano. 

Commission Discusses Beverly Hills Public Art Projects

Commission Discusses Beverly Hills Public Art Projects

“I’ve got some great news for Tom Friedman,” Patty Acuna, Interim Assistant Director of Community Services, said. Friedman’s piece, “Takeaway,” is a 12-foot-tall stainless-steel sculpture of a man with takeout food boxes balanced on his head in Beverly Gardens Park.

It’s Spring Art Show Time in Beverly Hills

It’s Spring Art Show Time in Beverly Hills

“We are excited to showcase a few amazing Art Show artists in Master Class workshops,” said Brooke Putich, Art Show Coordinator and Arts & Culture Recreation Supervisor for the City of Beverly Hills.

Applications Open for  Beverly Hills National Auditions

Applications Open for Beverly Hills National Auditions

Auditions are open to professional musicians from age 16. Each candidate must be able to present a one-hour recital program without intermission.

Installation Underway for  Alexandra Nechita Bronze

Installation Underway for Alexandra Nechita Bronze

One of five towering figure sculptures produced by Nechita, “Love Anatomy” depicts a stylized female figure in the artist’s signature neo-modernist manner. 

Academy Museum of Motion Pictures To Debut Virtual  Programming

Academy Museum of Motion Pictures To Debut Virtual Programming

Movies will come home to the new museum. And they will do so in an immersive, dynamic format befitting a medium that has captured the world’s imagination since the latter part of the 19th century.

The Wallis Announces Two First Time Endowments

The Wallis Announces Two First Time Endowments

“Philanthropic investments of this magnitude speak to the dedication of our Wallis Family members and the priority they give The Wallis as a cornerstone institution of our community and a bright hope for our future,” said Wallis Executive Director and CEO Rachel Fine in a statement.

First International African Contemporary Art Gallery Opens on Melrose

First International African Contemporary Art Gallery Opens on Melrose

Since its inception, Rele has served as a critical interface between the art world in Africa and the international sphere. The original gallery in Lagos has become the leading space for contemporary art and artist development in Nigeria.

“Love Anatomy” on BH  Commission Agenda

“Love Anatomy” on BH Commission Agenda

“I’m also super proud to be part of the Burton Way Median project. I think it parallels so much of the messaging of this piece. We kind of assign this idea of love to people and to humans, but really, that’s exactly a fraction of it. And that’s what the sculpture represents. Love for your space, love for your city and love for your community. It’s greater and bigger than just love shared between two people.”

Part 2 of 2: Rabbi Steve Leder on His New Bestseller

Part 2 of 2: Rabbi Steve Leder on His New Bestseller

The other beautiful thing about memory is that it enables us to round the sharp edges and leave behind what we choose to forget. This is where the book title comes from.

Beverly Hills High Graduate  Featured in Art Exhibit

Beverly Hills High Graduate Featured in Art Exhibit

Abrahams’ painting chosen by the AP Art and Design Board is titled “Adam and Eve,” inspired by the creation narrative in the Book of Genesis.

Justin Bieber NYE Concert Shoot in Beverly Hills

Justin Bieber NYE Concert Shoot in Beverly Hills

Singer Justin Bieber has been practicing for a New Year’s Eve performance in front of the Beverly Hilton Hotel. “T-Mobile Presents: NYE Live with Justin Bieber” will stream live this evening at 7:15 p.m. PST and re-air twice on New Year’s Day.

Beverly Hills Announces New  Inter-Commission Collaborative

Beverly Hills Announces New Inter-Commission Collaborative

Arts & Culture Commissioner Deborah Frank pointed out the groundbreaking nature of the new collaboration.

Rodeo Drive Launches Historic Podcast

Rodeo Drive Launches Historic Podcast

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