Art Mailbox: Drama about New Acting Director of ARTS, Van Gogh’s Immersive Installation Delayed, There’s a New BLM Mural in Town – Slog

Two Seattle Arts Commission co-chairs resigned on Tuesday on Mayor Jenny Durkan’s sudden appointment of the former executive director of the Royal Alley-Barnes Center for Contemporary Art as interim director of the Bureau of Arts and Culture (ARTS), Publicola reported. The post was vacated by Randy Engstrom earlier this year, …

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10 historic games for Assassin’s Creed fans

The Assassins Creed Games are masters in the art of incorporating real life story into their games while keeping them fun to play. They take a lot of liberties and add more fantastic elements, but that’s what makes it fun. RELATED: 10 Games You Didn’t Realize Were Spiritual Successors Of …

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HED COVER: The Maestro & The Movement

“Bernstein’s Wall” will be screened Saturday afternoon at Aspen Filmfest. (Courtesy of Aspen Film) Leonard Bernstein was a proud warrior of social justice who sought – on and off his conductor’s podium – to change the world. Yes, he was arguably the most important American musician of the 20th century, …

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Odipe takes the stage in Berlin

BERLIN – “The city stinks of death in its streets,” laments the chorus in Sophocles’s “Oedipus Rex”. Thebes is in the grip of a deadly plague. The king summons a prophet to guess the will of the gods, who accuses the monarch, “You are the damned polluter of this earth. …

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