Friday’s Art Notes

BY Mike Melia  June 11, 2010 at 12:23 PM EDT

A young resident of Soweto, a suburb of Johannesburg, takes part in paintings on the street welcoming the 2010 Football World Cup. Photo by Yasuyoshi Chiba/ AFP/ Getty Images

A young resident of Soweto, a suburb of Johannesburg, takes part in paintings on the street welcoming the 2010 Football World Cup. Photo by Yasuyoshi Chiba/ AFP/ Getty Images

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Comedian Conan O’Brien played a surprise concert with Jack White in Nashville on Thursday, via the New York Times.

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This year’s Tony Awards statuette will be bigger and heavier, via the New York Times.

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In Philadelphia, you can now use your cell phone to access a new audio tour describing the city’s outdoor public artworks, via the Philadelphia Inquirer.

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Is there an Andy Warhol on the moon? An upcoming episode of PBS’s History Detectives investigates, via ARTINFO.

You can watch the full episode of ‘History Detectives’ on PBS on June 21: