- Post-BulletinApr 13 01:54 PM
In the early 20th century, poet Ezra Pound gave the shout that would fundamentally change Western literature: "Make it new!" The arts, which had become bland and formulaic in the Victorian Era, were to be reinvigorated by the movement scholars…
- The ForwardApr 06 02:04 AM
This year marks the 450th anniversary of Nostradamus’s death. A little known fact is that the 16th century seer — who was said to foretell 9/11 and the death of Princess Diana — hailed from Jewish ancestry.
- International Herald TribuneMar 30 07:18 PM
Alexander Sokurov’s unsettling film examines efforts by the Louvre’s director and a Nazi conservator to protect the Louvre’s collection.
- Capital City WeeklyApr 27 02:44 PM
How can we know the dancer from the dance?
- The Buffalo NewsApr 10 07:26 AM
For a generation of musicians and filmmakers in Buffalo and around the world, Tony Conrad was the walking embodiment of the avant garde.
- The Victoria AdvocateApr 18 09:45 PM
April 18, 2016 at 11:06 p.m. Updated April 19, 2016 at 6 a.m. Charles Bernstein has written poetry for more than 40 years, and every poem has been a unique process.
- Fast Company MagazineApr 24 07:10 PM
"Any fool can make a point," says writer Jeff Goins. "The truly creative person makes a connection." Most of us value creativity even if we do so for different reasons. Maybe you're an entrepreneur trying to hit on your next big idea. Or maybe you're somebody with a creative side hobby. So even while many of us are looking for our inner artist, only some think to ask themselves what's the actual...
- U-T San DiegoApr 08 04:17 PM
Terra Madre Gardens will take over where Stone Farms left off
- The Huffington PostApr 07 11:28 AM
Since he burst onto the concert scene in 1983, pianist Stephen Hough has become widely regarded as among the most versatile and probing of artists. "In addition to being a pianist of uncommon depth and sensitivity," the Boston Globe's David Weininger wrote last May, "Hough is also an increasingly visible composer, a painter whose works have been exhibited at London's Broadbent Gallery, and a ...
- The New StatesmanApr 15 02:08 AM
From sound aesthetic to Finnegans Wake, a new book explores Tolkien's relationship to language.
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