Art Meets Science
Beginning in 1924 with the construction of their historic headquarters building in Washington, DC, the National Academy of Sciences has been an advocate for the arts; particularly when art intersects science. The building has an impressive collection of murals, sculpture and other artwork and is open to the public from 9:00 to 5:00 weekdays. The […]
Night and Day
If you’re in Philadelphia stop by the Allens Lane Art Center to see work by two great photographers – Thom Goertel and Bryan Karl Lathrop. Thom’s work highlights the quiet beauty of cities after dark, while Bryan’s photographs are brimming with activity. The exhibit – Night and Day – is free and open to the […]
R is for Roller Derby
Montréal and Washington, DC don’t have much in common. Sure, local Montréal political scandals are starting to rival DC (Neither can hold a candle to Toronto of course) and DC is stepping up its food scene. And while Montréal sent its baseball team to DC, the cities share a surprising passion for an unexpected sport […]
Peggy Stern
Austin just hit the jackpot. Pianist Peggy Stern recently relocated to Austin and is playing venues around town on a regular basis including her own SalonPeggy. Peggy combines a range of musical styles from jazz to classical to country. Her performances make serious music accessible and fun. Perhaps it’s her background as a teacher and […]
The Corner Store incorporated as a nonprofit arts center in 2002, where the work of actors, playwrights, musicians, filmmakers, artists, poets and chefs are regularly showcased.