The sun was out and the Blackout Artists deejays were in full effect on Friday when they kicked off the weekend festivities at Daylight Beach Club at Mandalay Bay.
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The daylife destination Daylight Beach Club at Mandalay Bay presented an incredible deejay lineup featuring deejays from the famed SKAM Artists including Nathan Scott, Caroline D’Amore, Panic City, Ming and Tony Arzadon on Friday.
On April 16th, 2014, the Brooklyn Museum celebrated art patrons Jenny Holzer, Kehinde Wiley and Ai Weiwei with an exclusive and glamorous gala! Guests were immediately greeted by the detailed work of 20 artists in the museum’s vaulted reception area, and they were also invited to take part in the…Read The Full Post
The Eau Palm Beach Resort and Spa hosted an entertaining night to remember. The Artist for Others benefit raised $100,000 for Agape International Missions, an organization that rescues children for sex trafficking. The evening was filled with music, by entertainers Barry Gibb of the Bee…Read The Full Post
Local Aspen artists, it’s your time to shine: the Roaring Fork Open at the Aspen Art Museum returns for its 33rd year of showcasing valley residents in a month-long exhibit. This year there are 125 artists in the museum-wide exhibition, whose work has been individually selected…Read The Full Post
Hennessy V.S. took over the Emerson Theatre last week to celebrate its new collaboration with Brazilian artists Os Gemeos. The identical twin brothers Otavio and Gustavo Pandolfo (Os Gemeos literally translates as “The Twins”) used their home of São Paolo for inspiration when creating the bottle.
The first weekend in August in Aspen has become synonymous with art. It’s when the Aspen Art Museum’s annual gala, artCrush, returns to town followed by the ArtAspen fair. Major collectors, artists, curators and business leaders from around the country visit for the weekend’s events. The…Read The Full Post
Art and fashion collided at the Ta te Americas Foundation’s Third Annual Artists Dinner at New York’s Skylight at Moynihan Station on May 8. More than 650 artists, socialites and celebrities came out for the celebratory event, which raised more than $2 million for the Tate Americas Foundation. The evening, sponsored by Dior, also honored 30 artists whose works are now part of the Tate’s permanent collection.
Art and fashion collided at the Tate Americas Foundation’s Third Annual Artists Dinner at New York’s Skylight at Moynihan Station. More than 650 artists, socialites and celebrities came out for the celebratory event, which raised more than $2 million for the Tate Americas Foundation. The…Read The Full Post
Fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger has partnered with the Art Production Fund, a nonprofit that supports public art projects, to create six limited-edition surfboards. “APF combines my love of great American art with APF’s mission to produce public art projects, reach new audiences, and increase awareness…Read The Full Post