On Thursday and Friday, July 13 and 14, the Idyllwild Arts Summer Program’s Native American Arts Festival paid tribute to Soto, a much honored principal dancer of the New York City Ballet. On Thursday the festival screened “Water Flowing Together,” a PBS/Independent Lens documentary. Gwendolen Cates directed the film that follows Soto as he […]
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The Idyllwild Arts Native Arts Week speaker, architect Hank Louis, gave a new and refreshing perspective on architectural training and education. Louis’ presentation was entitled “Building with Empathy: Homes on the Navajo Reservation.”
Steve Heller (right) joins Eduardo Santiago at the INK Book Gathering for the Idyllwild Author Series on Sunday afternoon. Heller talked about his writing and teaching life and discussed his book, “Lucky Kellerman,” which he wrote in 1987. He is currently writing a follow-up to that book, called “Return of the Ghost Killer.”
The 3rd Annual Lemon Lily Festival festivities begin …
The winners from the Art Alliance of Idyllwild’s 2012 Judged Artist Member’s Show …
Lisa Haley and her Zydekats, one of the most popular bands to play in Idyllwild, return to the Summer Concert Series on Thursday, July 19. Like an approaching summer storm front, with intimations of heat lightning and heavy humidity, Haley and her Kats arrive with thunder and the promise of combustion. The storm arrives, […]
Paula Priamos, the next author for Eduardo Santiago’s Idyllwild Authors Series, examines whether a shyster defense attorney, disbarred for embezzlement, can also be a good father. The father in this case is hers, and her memoir “The Shyster’s Daughter” chronicles her father’s peccadillos and unsavory professional practices and at the same time credits his attentiveness and firm hand in raising her.