“In this historical and personal examination of famed composer Leonard Bernstein, Carey Mulligan measures both ends of true love – its extraordinary heights and intense lows – conveying a striking role as Felicia Montealegre Cohn Bernstein,” said Festival Chairman Nachhattar Singh Chandi. “For this performance and her remarkable stature in world cinema, we are honored to present the International Star Award, Actress to Carey Mulligan.”
Read the full press release, link in bio.
Photo credit: Sam Jones
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Did you know that the largest collection of Lloyd Wright buildings in the world is at the historical Joshua Tree Retreat Center at the Institute of Mentalphysics?
The Joshua Tree Retreat Center - Lloyd Wright Historical Walking Tour on February 18 + 19 will take participants from the Sanctuary down Silk Road, the campus’ main walking path, with stops at Water Terrace, Lotus Meditation, the Ridge Cottages, the Amphitheatre, and Caravansary, culminating at Friendship Hall. Highlights include a tour of the most intact coffee shop style building in all of Southern California (Water Terrace, 1955) and prime examples of desert masonry and Lloyd Wright organic architecture (Caravansary, 1947).
This Saturday, don't miss author/filmmaker Matt Tyrnauer's lecture on Kali, the enigmatic Palm Springs-based photographer!
Matt co-authored the book "Kali, Artographer," and will be joined by museum CEO Adam Lerner for a discussion which will include a Q&A with the audience. Matt has written for Vanity Fair, where he was editor-at-large and special correspondent, and his work has appeared in GQ, The New York Times, and Architectural Digest. After the lecture, he will sign copies of his book and there will be a cash bar reception by Little Livs.
Saturday, December 2, 2023 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. Lecture and Discussion 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. Book Signing and Reception Free for museum members, $16 for nonmembers Annenberg Theater
Photo of Matt Tyrnauer by David Needleman Kali, "Photo Booth Self-Portrait," 1964, pigment print on rag board over Dibond aluminum, 30 x 40 inches framed, estate of the artist, L2023.42.39. ... See MoreSee Less
Imagine a giant warehouse filled with all things Pee-wee — from original Playhouse sets to rare, deadstock JCPenney clothing, and everything in between. Well, guess what? It exists, and we were just there! That’s where we snapped this photo of this cool model from the Christmas Special and can't wait to share more.
We’ll be back exploring at the warehouse in the new year. Anything you’d like to see? No promises but we’ll do our best to get a photo of it!
Also, a reminder that the Pee-wee's Playhouse Christmas Special is streaming for free on Pee-wee’s YouTube channel through the holiday season! (Look for the link in the comments)
Today’s Secret Word? #Treasure! You know what to do when anyone says the Secret Word, right? #ScreamRealLoud 😱
Always on the hunt for a great piece of #vintageart! 🖼️ Join us this Sunday for the December installment of Palm Springs Vintage Market…7-8am first pick ($10), 8am-2pm general admission ($5), 2300 E Baristo Rd, Palm Springs. 📸: @martinhamrock #palmspringsvintagemarket #psvintagemarket #palmsprings #midcentury #midcenturymodern ... See MoreSee Less
VLA has been lucky to share and feature some of your personal photos over the years. Here’s one submitted by photographer, Stephen Fleay and what he had to say about it.
“The iconic Theme building outside the LAX airport terminal. I photographed this in Kodachrome film in November 1968 with my Mom. We had just arrived on a PSA 727 jet from San Francisco. What a sight! Kodachrome and late afternoon sun light are a wonderful combination. This iconic futuristic structure I had often seen in movies, the real thing was a magical sight!”
- Stephen Fleay Anchor on Australian Television Network CBN 8 CWN 6 Orange New South Wales.
Our current exhibition at the Architecture and Design Center, "Eso es la vida/This is life: Graphic Design from Mexico," closes this Monday, November 27. Don't miss this fascinating look at graphic design from Mexico's past and present that examines the field's development over the past century and its role in popular culture.