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The Colombian Embassy in Azerbaijan will organize a concert of Musica Ficta on October 30.
An International Ceramics Duet Symposium kicked off in Baku, Trend Life reported.
This Philadelphia show of political art from 1910-15 focuses on pioneers of the Mexican movement for artistic nationalism.
Baku’s Nizami Cinema Center hosted a gala-night of the Turkish film "Instead of both of us", Azertac reported.
The critically acclaimed drama about growing up black and gay in American opens in theatres Friday.
The exhibition of Azerbaijani artists of 1960-1980's 'Absheron Constellation', which will be held February 15-26, 2017 in Moscow, Vestnik Kavkaza reported.
Nate DiMeo, who produces the history podcast “The Memory Palace,” is this year’s artist in residence at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
An international project Most Fashionable Awards-2016 was launched in Azerbaijan, Trend Life reported.
YARAT Contemporary Art Space is pleased to invite architects to a Paper and Parametric Modeling Workshop by Pedro Miguel Gomes Januário (Portugal), PhD Architect.
Dermot Mulroney stars in “Pure Genius,” a medicine-meets-technology series. And Joel McHale is an outdoors writer in a digital world in “The Great Indoors.”
The country’s ultimate savior might not be President Kirkman, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
The conflict between private and public is the central subject of this ambitious Netflix show about the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.
Mr. Chick’s tracts, which became known worldwide for their promotion of religious salvation, were said to have sold more than 900 million copies.
Mr. Davies directed renowned productions for the National Theater, the Old Vic and other British theaters, as well as nine productions on Broadway.
Zoukak Sidewalks will be familiar to anyone following Zoukak Theater Company – being the name of a yearlong series of performances, workshops and talks by international and local artists.
Dig beneath the usual stories of broken marriages and adolescent angst, and we discover wells of darkness that seem to have no bottom.
A Minnesota judge says a woman and girl who claim to be Prince's niece and grandniece will not be considered heirs of his estate.
Mr. Curran won three Emmy Awards for his work on the show and was a writer for “Late Night With David Letterman” in the ’80s, sharing in three Emmys.
The creator of “Mad Men” has signed on for an eight-episode series for the streaming service.
Ms. Lo’s new album, her second, finds her back with Max Martin, with songs that seem much the same as those on her debut, but far more coolly produced.
This cross-border megalopolis is a hotbed for binational artists and works that explore the nature of boundaries and identity.
The 25-year-old is a classically trained experimental cellist. He is also signed with Wilhelmina modeling agency.
The Belgian artist Koen Vanmechelen crossbreeds fowl to explore ideas of globalization, identity and diversity. And for the eggs.
Xian Zhang, on the eve of her debut concerts as the ensemble’s music director, discusses being a female conductor and what she hopes to accomplish.
This second part of Bill T. Jones’s “Analogy Trilogy” explores the dual lives of a nephew and his club-dancer alter ago, Pretty.
The work, by the Pulitzer Prize winning playwright, explores the real-life story of a play that was shut down in part because it depicted a lesbian relationship.
The acclaimed company’s avowed artistic goal is to “examine and illuminate American nostalgia.”
A growing protest is urging consumers to #GrabYourWallet and boycott Trump products, including presidential hopeful and patriarch Donald Trump's bran
This saucy comedian and singer has a strong singing voice that can stir up quite a storm. At Café Carlyle, she is accompanied by a jaunty pop-jazz ensemble.
Joel McHale stars in this CBS comedy about an outdoors writer who suddenly finds himself office-bound with a bunch of tech-savvy millennials.
A concert aims to evoke a term coined in an Italian courtier’s 16th-century book, suggesting in music “something a little jazzier, more flexible.”