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Stained glass artist Judith Schaechter, tattoos, singer Eric Owens.
Rapper George Watsky, life lessons from theater, quilter Dindga McCannon
Conductor Fabio Luisi. Scholarly translations. Choreographer Elizabeth Streb.
Singer Kevin Barnes, portraits, Designer Walé Oyéjidé.
Sugar Tongue Slim, jeweler Bruce Metcalf, H.P. Lovecraft
Potter Roberto Lugo, Changing Minds about Changing Climate, Gerald Busby's Lust for Life
Under Pressure, The Jazz Sensibilities of Moe Brooker, The Nature of Art
A Place at the Table, Tap into America, Music with Teeth
Tattoos have gone from being a mark of the outsider to artistic self-expression.
Meet Eric Owens, one of opera's most celebrated bass-baritones.
Judith Schaechter applies avant-garde sensibilities to a once traditional art form.
If life is itself a performance, what can theatre teach us about how to be ourselves?
Dindga McCannon helped pioneer art quilting, a fresh approach to a traditional medium.
Spoken word poet-turned-rapper Watsky pulled no punches in his first collection of essays.
Elizabeth Streb may well be the most fervently anti-dance choreographer you’ve ever met.
Scholarly translations are a battle between literal accuracy and literary interpretation.
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