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- Andover Center for History and Culture 2
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Mrs. Hinch talks about growing up in North Carolina with her siblings, going to the theatre, civil rights, and moving North.
This was just a short interview with my little sister about what inspires her life and her interests.
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.
Grandma describes her role in the women in art movement in the 1970s in DC to her three grandchildren
An interview about the conflicts of entering and pursing jobs in art in today's society
I spoke with my grandpa about his childhood, career, and what it is like working with his son; my dad!
Greg and I talked about the type of art he creates and where he gets his ideas from
The daughter of a resident interviews her mother and they reflect on fond memories at The Mount, and what The Mount has meant to multiple generations of their family.
Talking about healthy habits we currently have and ones we can in relation to art.
We discussed the differences between childhood aspirations and current ones. We also discussed how Katy’s goals have evolved throughout the years and why they have changed.
Justin Huynh interviews Mike Davison about his passion for woodcarving, what exactly he has found most meaningful in his art, and how woodcarving all relates back to his veteran background and life experiences.
In this interview, Alison talks with Amy and Andy Dudas, owners of Dudas Law and community builders who are turning a vacant building in downtown Richmond into a place where all are welcome to create art of any form.
Carlton Highsmith (70) and his mentee, James Brockington (31), talk about entrepreneurship and the Edward A. Bouchet Scholarship. James talks about the Tia Russell Dance Studio and the work he and his wife are doing in Connecticut to teach young...
Anna and LeeLee discuss their lives during Covid 19 and changes for them and their families.
Nancy and Heidi share memories of the history of the Aspen Art Museum developing, along with personal anecdotes about why art matters and why Nancy begin collecting art.
During Thanksgiving dinner this year, I interviewed an elderly from my church. We talked about her current life, immigration experiences and happy memories.