As live shows begin to return, intimate productions like 'Sea Change' lead the way in the post-pandemic world.
Andra Day is excellent as Billie Holiday in 'The United States Vs. Billie Holiday' but the film around her cannot decide exactly what story it wants to tell.
The Center for Design and Material Culture hosted a virtual 'Textiles from Home' exhibition on Mar. 14-20 that allowed the audience to learn more about the connection between past and present textiles.
Lana Del Rey's 'Chemtrails over the Country Club' takes listeners through a detailed description of trying to make it in the music industry, from her teenage day job to her friendship with Stevie Nicks.
The Daily Cardinal Arts Desk remembers children's author Beverly Cleary, who passed away in late March at the age of 104. Her most notable work includes "Beezus and Ramona" and "Henry Huggins."
'Moxie' is a great movie for our time, as it showcases a diverse cast and touches on areas of concern that are becoming increasingly important for future generations.
The sixth installment of Netflix's "Last Chance U" follows East Los Angeles College's mens basketball team as they work towards a state title, while handling emotional stress, intense pressure and the overall handwork required for success.
The Madison Arts Commission grants funds to local artists and helps kickstart projects and Lilian Sizemore is a recent recipient whose work will be showcased at Olbrich park.
Staff writer Maddie Urlaub spoke with UW-Madison Harp Lecturer Johanna Wienholts about stereotypes art students tend to face and how wealth inequality plays a role in student experience and exposure.
Communication, a Madison arts nonprofit, elevates local artists and recognizes the important role public officials play in fair and equal funding.
An extremely visceral and genuinely heartbreaking coming of age story, “Cherry” caught my attention from a pop culture podcast I frequent on a regular basis.
Music's biggest night might've received low ratings but with a new, engaging structure, a new direction proves promising.
The Daily Cardinal staff votes on who should bring home some of the Grammy's biggest awards.