Tag: Palm Springs Art Museum

Annenberg Theater at the Palm Springs Art Museum Happenings!

Have you been to the Annenberg Theater at the Palm Springs Art Museum lately? If not, what are you waiting for? This time of year is perfect to take advantage of all the phenomenal programming here in our own backyard. Here are some of my top picks for upcoming shows: …

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Palm Springs Opera Guild to Celebrate 50 Years of Cultural Impact at the Palm Springs Art Museum

The summer’s behind us, and we’re swinging into High Season, Palm Springs! And nothing is more Palm Springs than the fabulous philanthropic and cultural galas that adorn our season. Here’s a very special one that just came across my desk. Hope to see you there! XOKate Palm Springs Opera Guild …

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PalmSprings.com Spotlight: An Interview with Designer Trina Turk

Trina Turk

Trina Turk is renowned for putting the iconic Palm Springs style on the international stage. Known for her bold prints and dynamic hues that celebrate the relaxed Palm Springs resort lifestyle, Trina is greatly respected locally as the pioneer who first took a chance on what is now the flourishing Uptown …

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PalmSprings.com Spotlight: An Interview with Lisa Vossler Smith of Modernism Week

Lisa Vossler Smith is the Executive Director of Modernism Week and is passionate about promoting cultural tourism and the rich heritage of the Palm Springs desert region.  Lisa attended Indio High School and grew up in La Quinta where she began her early career training at La Quinta Hotel under …

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PalmSprings.com Spotlight: An Interview with Palm Springs Art Museum’s 2013 Artist-in-Residence, Cristopher Cichocki

Cristopher Cichocki

PalmSprings.com Spotlight: An Interview with Palm Springs Art Museum’s 2013 Artist-in-Residence, Cristopher Cichocki Cristopher Cichocki lives and works in the desert of Southern California’s Coachella Valley. He creates multi-sensory artworks of intersecting media: painting, photography, sculpture, video, sound and installation. Cichocki’s “Desert Abyss” landscapes, topographies, and micro-worlds manifest as mutations of …

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