Culture Etc



  • Installation: 'Theatre for One'

    For the ultimate one-on-one performance, check out architecture firm Lot-Ek's theater built for one audience member and actor.

  • The Arthouse at the Jones Center.

    Keep Austin Adaptive

    LTL's Arthouse at the Jones Center exemplifies the best in adaptive reuse, but at what cost?

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    Internet: Designers & Books

    A new website records book recommendations by architects and interior, landscape, and graphic designers, and allows visitors to create their own to-read lists.

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    Installation: 'Frederick Fisher: The Circle and the Square'

    Architect Frederick Fisher builds a circular wall around his 10-year-old building, the Otis College of Art and Design; June 25 to Sept. 1.

  • Installation: "FAST Light"

    MIT's 150th architecture and art installation festival culminates May 7–8, with a series of light-up site-specific innovations along the Charles River, including ones by Nader Tehrani, Sheila Kennedy, and Meejin Yoon.

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    Installation: What Happens When

    A restaurant in New York is changing its food, music, and decor every 30 days until October.

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    Tour: Miller House

    The Miller House by Eero Saarinen, Dan Kiley, and Alexander Girard in Columbus, Ind., is available for tourists to see.

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    Internet: You Are Listening To

    Listen to the sounds of a police radio feed layered over electronica to get the soundtrack of San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, and Montreal.

  • The public Fundreds drawing project illustrates how lead soil contamination affects children in New Orleans.

    Artist Mel Chin Tackles Lead Soil Contamination

    With his "Fundred" project—and the EPA's help—Mel Chin hopes to clean up NOLA's soil.

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    Object: La Table au Km

    Playing with his Tour Sans Fins concept, Jean Nouvel designs a "table without end."



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