Martinz art

Importance of family and Brotherhood in life

Sink or swim: the making of an artist

Talking with a young ambitious Artist who made the decision on not returning to school. On the mission to furfill he goal of being an established artist making his living on doing what he loves, Art.

My Nana (the Scicilian One)

I sit down with my Nana (grandma) who is 82, turning 83 in a couple weeks. We talk about her childhood, her job, what it was like when she got a divorce, and how much she loves her family.

December 18, 2018 App Interview
“Every child is an artist” – Pablo Picasso

In this interview, conducted on December 18, 2018 at Santa Monica High School, student Sabrina (15) explains her love of the Arts. She discusses how her childhood has influenced her to pursue the Arts.

Memories from 98 years ago

My great grandma (98), my mom (55), and I (15) have a conversation in my grandma’s living room in Garland, Texas. The date is November 22, 2018. (Thanksgiving day.) Mamaw talked to us about her childhood, her job, her pets,...

Painting My Problems

Elliot, a struggling art college student, with social anxiety reminisces through his childhood years and his tough relationship with his father.

December 14, 2018
Artistic Life

Betty McKeone talked about her love for swimming and art. She showed us some pieces of art she made and talked about how she ran the swimming pool for a long period of time. She mentioned her family briefly.

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December 13, 2018
Art brings People Together – Paulist Fr. Frank Sabatté

In this interview with Emanuele Sesta, Paulist Fr. Frank Sabatté discusses his life, vocation story and ministry. Fr. Frank is currently the Artist-In-Residence for the Paulist Fathers in New York City and the Director of “Openings”, an artist collective. He...