Events

Desert X 2021 to Open March 12 – May 16 in the Coachella Valley

The third Desert X edition will open March 12 – May 16, 2021 in the Coachella Valley. Curated by Artistic Director Neville Wakefield and Co-curator César García-Alvarez, the exhibition ...

5 Things To Watch For At Biden’s Big Earth Day Climate Summit

As 40 top world leaders gather online for the first big climate confab since 2019, here are the key policies and political dynamics for which to keep an eye out. By Alexander C. Kaufman | HuffPost Con...

Modernism Week 2021: In-person tours are underway

By Erin Rode | Desert Sun After more than a year without the signature events that bring thousands of visitors to the Coachella Valley, Modernism Week will start Thursday with a series of in-pers...

New Popsicles art installed in Palm Springs neighborhood

By Caitlin Thropay As temperatures start heating up this week, a new art installation is hoping to remind people to stay cool. News Channel 3’s Caitlin Thropay reports to us the on new popsicles art i...

DAP Health Unveils New Les Dames du Soleil Wellness Space

By Jack Bunting | POZ Earlier this year, the Desert AIDS Project (DAP)—an advocacy-based health center in Palm Springs, California—officially updated its name to DAP Health. Like many other ...

Palm Springs Art Museum to auction donated artwork for fundraiser

By Brian Blueskye | Desert Sun The Palm Springs Art Museum has announced its Art Auction ’21, a biennial signature fundraising event, will take place in April and feature 40 donated contemporary...

Signature Events in Greater Palm Springs

Several signature events in Greater Palm Springs have earned this chill oasis a worldwide reputation for fun, excitement, and energy. Where else are there entire weeks devoted to midcentury modernism,...

Holiday Happenings in Greater Palm Springs for 2020

The weather outside is far from frightful, which means winter in Greater Palm Springs is oh-so-delightful. Here, we stuff our stockings with sunshine and deck the palm trees with twinkling lights. And...

‘Candy Cane Lane’ in Cathedral City returns with some new COVID-19 modifications

By Brian Blueskye | Desert Sun Cathedral City homeowner Issac Lopez says he returns to his Minerva Road home every year from San Francisco at the end of November to decorate the house and ya...