NEURONITE 
Coachella Magazine » Arts & Culture
by CM
2w ago
Alexander Millar (aka VATTICA) is producing Los Angeles’ first ever mini festival designed around the needs of the Neurodivergent and D/disabled communities, called NEURONITE,on Friday July 26th, 2024, at the cutting-edge Media Pollution warehouse space in Los Angeles, CA. As a queer nonbinary neurodivergent person with lifelong OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) that experienced a near-disabling resurgence in their symptoms once the pandemic began, Alex believes that their intersecting identities help them to be uniquely positioned to serve the neurodivergent, queer, and nonbinary ..read more
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The Dinah Celebrates 33 Years
Coachella Magazine » Arts & Culture
by CM
1M ago
The Dinah, the world’s largest event and music festival for queer women, is set to celebrate its 33rd anniversary from September 25th to 29th in the city of Palm Springs. This milestone marks not only the festival’s longevity but also its enduring impact on both the LGBTQ+ community and the cultural landscape of Palm Springs. Founded and produced by Mariah Hanson, The Dinah has carved out a commanding place in the music festival market over the past three decades. Hanson’s visionary leadership and keen sense of the music scene have consistently brought together an eclectic mix of high-profile ..read more
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Salt of the Earth
Coachella Magazine » Arts & Culture
by CM
2M ago
The Walter N. Marks Center for the Arts is proud to announce the opening of “Salt of the Earth,” a compelling exhibition that delves into the pressing public health and environmental issues stemming from the Salton Sea. As the lake diminishes, it releases harmful sediments into neighboring communities, exacerbating respiratory diseases and threatening local ecosystems. The exhibition will feature a collection of community-created installations and individual artist works. Curated by Adriana Lopez-Ospina and William Schinsky, the exhibition showcases the collaborative efforts of artists deeply ..read more
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In BLACK + WHITE
Coachella Magazine » Arts & Culture
by CM
2M ago
The Shops at 1345 presents “in BLACK + WHITE  A Group Exhibition curated by James Bacchi Featuring works by:  Eric Rewitzer, Lucky Rapp, Pamela Merory Dernham, Marc Lambrechts, Serena Bocchino, Paul Morin, Scott Idleman, LOLA  and James Bacchi. Sculpture, Furnishings and Accessories Courtesy of: The Backyard, L’INDY CALIFORNIA, Baldo Creative, FOS Palm Springs and Talini Home The Shops at 1345 On display: May 2 – 31, 2024 Opening Reception: Saturday, May 4, 2024 TIME: Noon-3pm The Shops at 1345 1345 Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs CA Hours:  Thursday – Monday, 11-5 ..read more
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GRANDI
Coachella Magazine » Arts & Culture
by CM
3M ago
GrandI, a versatile artist and fashion designer, splits her time between the serenity of Coachella Valley and the bustling city of Vancouver, Canada. With a background spanning over a decade in commercial fashion, Grandi transitioned into the world of wearable art two years ago, marking a creative evolution. Initially drawn to the Coachella Valley by its alluring climate, Grandi soon found herself captivated by the desert art scene. Now, she presents “The Future Is Here,” with an opening reception on Friday, April 26th, coinciding with the Perez Art District Art Walk. Inspired by humanity’s re ..read more
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MOBIUS CONFERENCE 2024
Coachella Magazine » Arts & Culture
by CM
3M ago
The Mobius Conference is once again bringing together a dynamic group of speakers from throughout the country to meet with and engage Coachella Valley students, artists, and community leaders. The conference will take place April 17-18 at five different venues including Sunnylands Center and Gardens, PKS3 Studio, and the Coachella Library. Over 1,000 students are expected to attend programs directed toward career development, media diversity, civic engagement, and AI technology. MOBIUS CONFERENCE 2024 April 17, 9 a.m. -12 p.m.“Your Future” Session Palm Springs High School Speakers: Tob ..read more
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Neon Carnival
Coachella Magazine » Arts & Culture
by CM
4M ago
Liquid I.V. presents Neon Carnival, the desert’s ultimate party extravaganza, is set to ignite Coachella’s nightlife scene for the 13th consecutive year. Hosted by Bolthouse Productions & Best Events, featuring A-list guest roster comprising celebrities, influencers, and industry insiders. Attendees can expect an evening filled with carnival games, rides, and live performances amidst the desert landscape. Led by nightlife visionary Brent Bolthouse, Neon Carnival has evolved into a must-attend event synonymous with Coachella’s allure. With its roots tracing back to intimate gatherings, the ..read more
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Party With The Pink Elephant
Coachella Magazine » Arts & Culture
by CM
4M ago
On February 3, 2024, Rancho Mirage is set to host the eagerly anticipated ‘Party with the Pink Elephant’ event, marking the city’s 50th anniversary and celebrating the recent historic designation of its iconic neon sign. The Rancho Mirage Amphitheater will come alive from 5:00 PM to 9:30 PM with a captivating lineup of entertainment. Preservation Mirage, in collaboration with the City of Rancho Mirage, played a key role in securing the full historic designation for the Pink Elephant, ensuring its permanence as a cherished landmark on Highway 111. As part of the celebration, attendees can look ..read more
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Intersect Palm Springs
Coachella Magazine » Arts & Culture
by CM
4M ago
Intersect Palm Springs to Honor Local Artists Gerald Clarke and Ryan Campbell Both to receive the 2024 Influential Artist of the Desert award during the Launch Party on Thursday, February 8 Intersect Palm Springs kicks off its weekend long celebration, February 8-11, 2024, at the Palm Springs Convention Center. The festivities kick off with a Launch Party on Thursday, February 8, presenting the 2024 Influential Artist of the Desert award to local talents Ryan Campbell and Gerald Clarke. Emerging as a standout luminary in the art scene, Ryan Campbell presents a compelli ..read more
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The Rancho Mirage Writers Festival
Coachella Magazine » Arts & Culture
by CM
4M ago
Celebrating its tenth anniversary in 2024, the Rancho Mirage Writers Festival stands as a world-class gathering, welcoming 60 esteemed authors and 1,000 readers annually from across the globe to the Rancho Mirage Library and Observatory every January. Founded by Jamie Kabler in 2014, with the vision of creating a premier intellectual event for the Coachella Valley, the festival has earned the moniker “Coachella for the brain.” This milestone is not just a celebration of a decade of literary excellence but a testament to the enduring love for the written word, bringing together writers, readers ..read more
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