Myles Anderson releases album Myles From Home on 604 Records.
It’s been important to scale up the curatorial process in much the same way that artists have to enlarge their images to mural size.
The Los Angeles artist already had a cult following when his iconic portrait of Barack Obama went viral during the 2008 American presidential campaign.
The final part of the ensemble’s summer season will be both a visual and a sonic spectacle.
The live mix of camp game show, variety hour, true storytelling, and raucous art party had its humble beginnings in a Seattle living room.
Early-music specialists will present a number of intriguing portals into the great German’s output.
A film so timely, it could almost include the feed on your current smartphone...
The Japanese singer and pianist draws from an eclectic array of global sounds.
Lan Tung of the Orchid Ensemble and Aeriosa’s Julia Taffe reimagine a 2,000-year-old Chinese book of legends.
The self-deprecating performer—who also deprecates everyone else—has called his Del Rio character “Don Rickles in a wig”.
Comedian Ed Hill releases third comedy album Son of Smiley
The musical came to life as a 1992 Disney movie, and then turned into the rambunctious Broadway stage adaptation that’s now hitting the TUTS stage for the first time.