GRAMMYS 2023: HOW TO WATCH, TIME AND STREAMING

A guide to everything you need to know for the 65th annual awards on Sunday night.

TURNING NAIROBI'S PUBLIC LIBRARIES INTO ‘PALACES FOR THE PEOPLE'

A Kenyan nonprofit is restoring iconic public libraries, leaving behind a segregated past and turning them into inclusive spaces.

 
 
 

‘THREE-BODY' REVIEW: A CHINESE SERIES BEATS NETFLIX TO THE SCREEN

A 30-episode adaptation of the celebrated science-fiction novel “The Three-Body Problem” is premiering simultaneously in China and...

CAROL SLOANE, JAZZ SINGER WHO FOUND SUCCESS EARLY AND LATE, DIES AT 85

After seemingly being on the verge of stardom, she languished for decades, battered by changing tastes and bad luck, before enjoying...

 
 
 

WHAT WILL IT TAKE TO TRUST M. NIGHT SHYAMALAN?

The director, whose latest is “Knock at the Cabin,” has been working to regain audience faith, one B-movie at a time.

LINDA PASTAN, POET WHO PLUMBED THE ORDINARY, DIES AT 90

In 15 collections, beginning in the early 1970s, she wrote of family, nature, loss and sometimes dogs.

 
 
 

REVIEW: FROM LIL BUCK, HISTORY AND A CHANCE TO FLASH SOME BRILLIANCE

“Memphis Jookin': The Show,” which presents jookin “in the world it comes from,” is sincere entertainment, packed with talent and heart.

BROOKLYN MUSEUM CELEBRATES 25 YEARS OF FIRST SATURDAYS

During that time, the museum has welcomed more than 1.5 million visitors to live performances by a diverse group of artists.

 
 
 

RAYE MADE ‘MY 21ST CENTURY BLUES' AFTER A LONG JOURNEY

The British musician spent years writing for other artists, eventually sharing her frustrations online. After speaking her truths about...

REVIEW: AT 95, A CONDUCTOR IS STILL SHOWING NEW FACETS

Herbert Blomstedt introduced the New York Philharmonic to a piece he premiered in Stockholm 59 years ago.

 
 
 

HOW TO TURN A GOOD CRY INTO GOOD CINEMA

Bringing a great crying scene to the big screen requires a combination of craft and empathy. This is how three recent movies - “Close,”...

HOW BMG SECRETLY SIGNED A RAPPER DROPPED FOR ANTISEMITIC LYRICS

Though the music label ultimately backed out, the deal illustrates the temptations and risks faced by corporations seeking to capitalize...

 
 
 

KAROL G AND ROMEO SANTOS'S SENSUAL GOODBYE, AND MORE NEW SONGS

Hear tracks by Morgan Wallen, Yves Tumor, Lankum and others.

THE ECSTATIC, ELUSIVE ART OF MING SMITH

The artist was the first Black woman photographer to have her work acquired by MoMA. Now, decades later, as she returns for a solo...

 
 
 

FIVE HORROR MOVIES TO STREAM NOW

This month's picks include a pandemic-inspired killer, a trance-induced massacre and a bloodthirsty little boy.

HOW MUCH WATCHING TIME DO YOU HAVE THIS WEEKEND?

Our critic recommends checking out a show about pasta, a French political comedy and a potent new true-crime documentary.

 
 
 

JOHN GUILLORY'S ‘PROFESSING CRITICISM' ASKS, WHAT IS LITERARY CRITICISM FOR?

John Guillory's “Cultural Capital,” published amid the 1990s canon wars, became a classic. In a follow-up, “Professing Criticism,”...

COURT UPHOLDS CHARGES AGAINST MARTINEZ, EX-LOUVRE CHIEF

Jean-Luc Martinez, who led the museum from 2013 to 2021, is fighting charges of complicity in fraud and money laundering, part of an...

 
 
 

THE-DREAM AND MUNI LONG: FROM BEHIND THE SCENES TO THE GRAMMYS

Ahead of the first-ever Grammy Award for songwriter of the year, two musicians who have been both headliners and behind-the-scenes...

DIRECTORS OF ‘SKINAMARINK' AND ‘THE OUTWATERS' ON HORROR EXPERIMENTS

Kyle Edward Ball, the filmmaker behind “Skinamarink,” and Robbie Banfitch, who made “The Outwaters,” talk about their creepy, buzzy...

 
 
 



Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott is one of forty sculptors selected for on form 18, a biennial exhibition of sculpture in stone at Asthall Manor in the Cotswolds. She joins world renowned and... Read more ...

‘Blue Marble': How Half a Century of Climate Change Has Altered the Face of...

‘Blue Marble': How Half a Century of Climate Change Has Altered the Face of the Earth

In December 1972, NASA's final Apollo mission took the iconic “Blue Marble” photo of the whole Earth. Many, including science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke, had expected that... Read more ...

Shooting the Landscape at 70 Miles an Hour

Shooting the Landscape at 70 Miles an Hour

Landscape photography at 70 mph. Is it even possible? For years the idea of landscape photography was to put your camera on a tripod, frame very carefully, then wait for the... Read more ...

How to Photograph Sun Rays in a Forest

How to Photograph Sun Rays in a Forest

The Speulderforest is a beautiful and serene forest, and one of the best ways to capture its natural beauty is through photography. It's one of the more popular forests when it... Read more ...

2023 WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

2023 WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

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Torso in soap

Torso in soap

Normal hand soap 4.5" x 2.5" x 1.5" I have been reading some stuff about carving and someone suggested working with soap before you attempt plaster. The studio stinks like a... Read more ...

Salt Island

Salt Island

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Grammys 2023: How to Watch, Time and Streaming

A guide to everything you need to know for the 65th annual awards on Sunday night. Read more ...

PWC Mondorf / Moreno Architecture

PWC Mondorf / Moreno Architecture

Mondorf-les-Bains, Luxembourg Project Year: 2021 Photographs: Christophe Bustin Area: 400.0 m2 Read more ...

Villa Wood / NORD Architects

Villa Wood / NORD Architects

Brønshøj, Copenhagen, Denmark Project Year: 2019 Photographs: Adam Mørk Area: 180.0 m2 Read more ...

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