Here are the top 14 things to do in Houston this weekend

This weekend comes to life with Broadway smash Chicago — starring a familiar Houston face — while Cirque du Soleil shines beneath the big top. Yet another circus makes a splash with performances in 35,000 gallons of water. A star-studded art show begins with iconic images of the biggest names in pop culture, while a … Read more

Tate Modern ruling on privacy could lead to worrying future for cities | building

tVerdict: People who live in glass houses may throw stones with impunity. After six years of legal battles, the highest court in the land He ruled that residents of the luxury glass-walled apartments opposite the Tate Modern gallery face an unacceptable level of “constant visual intrusion”. They’ve been content with the dream of living in … Read more

Art Industry News: LVMH Helped the Musée d’Orsay Purchase Impressionist Masterpiece for $47 Million + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily summary of the most important developments emerging from the art world and the art market. Here’s what you need to know on Tuesday, January 31st. Need to read Designer Paul Smith to stage a Picasso show – The famous British designer was invited by the Musée National Picasso Paris … Read more

“Exciting and Attractive”: Officials and Visitors Praise the Biennale of Islamic Arts in Jeddah

JEDDAH: After several years in the making, the Jeddah Islamic Arts Biennale is offering visitors from across the Kingdom and around the world “eye-opening” access to Islamic art. The event is being held under the theme Awal Beit, or “First House,” in the Aga Khan Award-winning 1983 Western Pilgrimage Building, which began receiving guests on … Read more

Music, Literature and First Nations at the Forefront with $300 Million to Support the Arts, Labor Announces | Arts funding

The 48-year-old federal government’s arts finance and advisory body will receive a $200m funding boost and a new name in the Labor government’s overhaul of Australia’s arts and culture sectors. The Arts Council of Australia will be renamed Creative Australia and will take two-thirds of the roughly $300m the Albanian government has promised to put … Read more

This British Columbia cartoonist explores the ups and downs of a mother’s dementia through his art

Cartoonist Gareth Godin owns a vintage comic book store in downtown Victoria, British Columbia. He writes comic books for young adults and He teaches comics and graphic novels at Camuson College. He also writes one cartoon every day, sometimes documenting his life, sometimes making a pun or joke. Documenting his life means drawing moments from … Read more

6 Annoying Things Paparazzi Do (Now Stop!)

After I’ve met and talked to quite a few photographers, I’ve seen that there are a lot of things we do that, to me, annoy a fellow photographer. Some are innocent enough like ordering a light fixture, but others sit on the fence about it being illegal. Talk about gear a lot I’ll flip next … Read more