Julia Wright, Arlene Wood, and Amanda Shotts

Amanda Shotts (45) interviews her friends Julia Wright (72) and Arlene Wood (84) about the Commonwheel Artists Co-op in Manitou Springs, Colorado, and their work as artists in the local community.

Bo Bartlett and Betsy Eby

Spouses Bo Bartlett (65) and Betsy Eby (54) sit down for a conversation about how their respective childhood homes have influenced who they are today, the inspiration behind each of their artistic styles, and the role that the Bo Bartlett...

Art and Artist

Two artists discuss the complexity of seperating yourself from your art as well as the experience of being a Woman of Color in a creative field.

UCLA in the 70s

Former UCLA Theater graduate students from the early 70s who went on the have successful careers as screenwriters, playwrites, and poets.

Matthew Hillman and Rissel Peguero Almonte

Spouses Matthew "Matt" Hillman (42) and Rissel Peguero Almonte (27) reflect on the role that music has played in their lives and how working together as musicians influences their relationship. They also talk about family, religion, and creativity.

Cameron Decker and Corwin Clairmont

Friends Cameron Decker (32) and Corwin “Corky” Clairmont (72) discuss Corky’s art piece, Split War Shield, currently on display at the Missoula Art Museum. The two talk about their Native American background, the need to respect nature and the inspiration...

Frank Altman, Lauren Altman, and Miriam Altman-Reyes

Frank Altman (68) speaks with his two daughters Lauren Altman (33) and Miriam Altman-Reyes (35) about their family's history of civic engagement and philanthropy. The trio also reflects on the impact that different members of their family have had on...

From Stereos to IPhones: How Hip-Hop Has Changed Over Time

In conversation with his daughter, Laila Carey, Don Carey explores hip-hop’s past and its future. Through analyzing short comings and strengths, he explains the evolution of the diverse genre.

Emanuel Martinez and Lucha Martinez de Luna

Emanuel Martinez [no age given] speaks with his daughter Lucha Martinez de Luna [no age given] about their family's background in the Southwest and finding his passion for art and painting, and about his involvement in the Chicano movement. He...

Afrocreativity in the Digital Age

Malik Flint and Ciarra Walters discuss their experiences about being a Black artist in 2018.

Harrison Watkins and Roselyne Swig

Harrison Watkins (33) reminisces with his grandmother Roselyne Swig [no age given] on her vast knowledge and experiences as a businesswoman, mother, and grandmother.

Donna Runnels and Jodi Edwards

One Small Step conversation partners Donna Runnels (71) and Jodi Edwards (63) talk about law enforcement and working in prisons, family dynamics and growing up, and the people or events that shaped their beliefs.

Change of Musical Taste Over Time

This interview talks about what music and concerts were like prior to the digital age involving iTunes and Spotify.

Christopher Gulick and Elissa Fuchs

One Small Step partners Christopher Gulick (62) and Elissa Fuchs (67) talk about Elissa's new method of asking questions, Christopher's upbringing in a family of artists, and their beliefs about public art.

Fred Villanueva and Darryl Ratcliff

Artists and creative partners Fred Villanueva (41) and Darryl Ratcliff (27) talk about their upbringings in the Dallas metroplex, their work at Ash Studios, and the underrepresentation of artists of color in the current Dallas art scene.

Kelly Dozier and Laurie Dozier III

Laurie Dozier III (71) interviews his wife, Kelly Dozier (61), about LeMoyne Arts, where Kelly serves as the Board Lead Director. They discuss Kelly's passion for the work she does, the art center's award winning Chain of Parks Art Festival,...