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At 92, the architect Frank Gehry has the luxury of focusing on what matters to him most — but he's not scaling back. “What would I do?” he said. “I enjoy this stuff.”
Stay entertained this week with a sourdough bread baking class, an Earth Day-themed yoga class or a drawing class from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Passion, planning and a willingness to scrap just about everything is what allowed some major international film festivals to deliver robust versions of themselves despite Covid-19. Here’s what their organizers learned from the experience.
Asian-American artists are generating subway posters, leveraging social media and staging Zoom webinars. “Our community couldn’t take being invisible any longer,” one artist said.
BTS is funding a new series of global arts projects, featuring 22 artists including Antony Gormley
As the K-pop boy band BTS’s popularity grows, so does the demand for translations of the group’s songs, social media posts and interviews
Two former students of an acting school that James Franco helped create say the now-defunct program was a scheme to provide him and his male collaborators with a pool of young female performers that they could take advantage of
A new kind of pop star stormed 2018: How the dominance of streaming (and the power of hip-hop) pushed BTS, Bad Bunny and Cardi B to the next level
Breaking: Beyonce's "Lemonade" is coming to iTunes at midnight