Sabine Azéma, actress: “My photos are a metaphor for performing arts”

Sabine Azema actress My photos are a metaphor for performing

A photo taken in England by actress Sabine Azéma. SABINE AZEMA “I never go out without my camera. I constantly take images of what surrounds me, on the spot or that I compose, with only one requirement: I systematically seek the interplay between a setting and a person, to provoke a surprise. My photos are … Read more

REVIEW: The Legacy of Terrible Italian Food Lives On at L’Arte di Mangiare for the 2022 EPCOT International Festival of the Arts – WDW News Today

REVIEW The Legacy of Terrible Italian Food Lives On at

EPCOT describes L’Arte di Mangiare as “indulge in Baroque cuisine, prepared with rich color and dramatic flavor.” This year, the food studio returns with an entirely new food menu, and while we aren’t typically fans of the Italy food kitchens for festivals, we’re still going to try all the new items (mostly so you don’t … Read more

Jazz Album Review: “El Arte del Bolero” – Passionate Homage to the Era of the Bolero – The Arts Fuse

Jazz Album Review El Arte del Bolero Passionate Homage

By Michael Ullman Miguel Zenón, who on saxophone has the facility of a bebopper, which he uses discreetly, is here a singer as well as an instrumentalist. Miguel Zenón and Luis Perdomo, The Art of the Bolero (Honey Music) As I write, it is alto saxophonist and composer Miguel Zenón’s 44th birthday. He’s a MacArthur … Read more

Arte Del Corazón: Increasing access to the arts in Pajaro Valley

Arte Del Corazon Increasing access to the arts in Pajaro

Generosity, inclusion, and love. That’s what it is all about for Arte Del Corazón founder and artist, Monica Galvan. Her vision for Arte Del Corazón came while taking a business class at Cabrillo College. Galvan noticed there were places for children and youth in Watsonville to experience visual arts on a regular basis, but few … Read more

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