Hector Villegas is the first to admit that a school setting is a little foreign to him. We're in a downstairs classroom at King-Chávez Preparatory Academy in Grant Hill, just down the street from...


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In Transitory, Tobias Carroll's stellar debut collection of stories from Civil Coping Mechanisms, art is the dark star around which its satellites of broken artists orbit
Aug. 8 2016
When Walt Whitman famously wrote, "I contain multitudes" in Song of Myself, he was speaking metaphorically. But Fernando Pessoa, Lisbon's everyman, truly did contain a multitude of personas, and you don't...
July 6 2016
What if I told you that the best of these new books chronicles the highs and lows of the band NOFX? Yes, NOFX. The band responsible for songs such as “My Vagina” and “Don’t Call...
A photographic examination of animals in photography showcasing a diverse range of photographers. The exhibition highlights the many ways animals are featured from portraits to supporting subjects
Debunk some of the stereotypes surrounding cannibalism at this new exhibition that takes a hands-on approach to the subject. Includes video games and interactive activities where patrons will have to decide...
This new exhibition highlights naturalists—both past and present—and the impact their work and observations has had on science via rare books, art, photographs, and historical documents
The debut U.S. solo exhibition of the NYC-based artist, who specializes in multi-media works that attempt to render onto canvas his conception of an ideal love
A reception to celebrate the completion of over a dozen new murals that are meant to bring attention to the PangeaSeed Foundation. There will be live painting, prizes and musical performances by The Verigolds
The first major retrospective devoted to the local artist, woodworker and sculptor. Gronborg's writing will also be featured
This exhibition looks at the powerful photographic work that was produced by Carlos LeGerrette, who was Chavez's assistant in the early 1970s
A new treehouse-inspired installation from local artist Wes Sam-Bruce. The interactive piece features many rooms and passageways, and is accompanied by an original soundscape by composer Joel P. West