Voivod could be considered the musical
equivalent of the post office: The Canadian Progressive Metal quartet
cannot be stopped by wind, rain, snow, sleet, dark of night (in fact,
they rather prefer it), death, break-ups, lawsuits or stylistic shifts.
Do you have a passion for bock beer and
sausages? If so, you’re a viable contender for this year’s Little Kings
Sausage Queen, a gender-neutral competition that distinguishes one
outstanding individual as Bockfest royalty.
The traveling exhibition organized by
Austrian artist and activist Oliver Ressler and New York-based artist,
scholar and activist Gregory Sholette titled It’s the Political Economy, Stupid,
will have an opening reception at DAAP’s Reed Gallery this Thursday
The Taft Museum of Art’s chief curator, Lynne Ambrosini, has spent 14 years organizing the Daubigny, Monet, Van Gogh: Impressions of Landscape
show that opens Saturday and believes it will be one of the museum’s
most important presentations.
20 x 20 x 20, now on
display at the gallery, celebrates the milestone by presenting 20 works
by 20 individual artists or artistic collaborators whose work appeared
there in solo exhibitions over the years.