Arts News Digest – July 2018

Itineraries for Culture Lovers – July 2018

California Desert Arts Council unifies, empowers, and promotes art and culture in the Coachella Valley region
through advocacy, 
business and professional development, cultural tourism, and education.

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ARTS TANK GREATER PALM SPRINGS

California Desert Arts Council introduces Arts Tank Greater Palm Springs, a funding platform for new, unique, innovative, and publicly accessible arts-based initiatives.

We're looking for initiatives that stimulate cultural tourism, address a concern of a particular community, and engage a broad cross-section of residents and visitors in the Coachella Valley. 

CDAC welcomes high-quality pitches from all artistic disciplines, both from individuals and groups of creative people, as well as from the community’s arts and culture organizations.

Read the frequently asked questions (FAQ) or click to apply or donate to Arts Tank Greater Palm Springs.

 

PLAN YOUR EXPERIENCE

Our recommendations for July 2018

VISUAL ART

HIGH DESERT ART: Artists from across the High Desert converge on Joshua Tree Art Gallery, aka JTAG, for its Pop-Up Exhibition through July 14. Info

DESERT PHOTOGRAPHY: Journey Through the Desert – The Road Less Traveled, a survey of photography from early 20th century to today, continues through July 29 at Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert. Featured photographers include Stephen H. Willard, John Divola, Lee Friedlander, Karen Halverson, Wanda Hammerbeck, Richard Misrach, and Mark Ruwedel. Info

EIGHTY@80: This exhibition of recent gifts to the Palm Springs Art Museum runs through September 16 at the museum’s main location in downtown Palm Springs and features works by Alexander Calder, Julius Shulman, Diane Arbus, John Divola, Maynard Dixon, Frank Lobdel, Squeak Carnwath, and Hung Liu. Info

NARRATIVES IN GLASS: This exhibition, through November 4 at Palm Springs Art Museum’s main space in downtown Palm Springs, showcases artists working in glass who use the human form to share their individual storytelling. Featured artists include Nicolas Africano, Sibylle Peretti, William Morris, Oben Abright,and Clifford Rainey. Info

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