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My aunt tells me of family history, and the women in my family who went to college during the Great Depression.
Former UCLA Theater graduate students from the early 70s who went on the have successful careers as screenwriters, playwrites, and poets.
Anna Ramirez: 2020-06-06 14:43:09Anna and Danielle discuss losing work and finding it again. During that time, the creativity that emerged and the future direction for this talented lady friend!
Website: Paperlust James: So Shab I’d like to ask you about actual design styles of wedding invitations. There are some very distinct categories. Wedding invitation does contain a lot of trend but the underlying themes behind them really don’t change,...
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...
This interview talks about what music and concerts were like prior to the digital age involving iTunes and Spotify.
Sean Sweeney (69) speaks to Yukie Ohta (46) about soho in the 1960s, 70s and 80s. He speaks about his life working at "the loft" and becoming the director of the Soho Alliance later in life.
From refugee beginnings to being filmmakers, teachers, photographers, moms, and trailblazers.
In preparation for the 2018 Art Action Day, the Artists at Risk Connection (ARC) of PEN America interviewed Khaled Barakeh, an artist and cultural activist who is originally from Syria, but has been living in Europe for many years. We...
Marjan Vayghan (27) and Christy Roberts (29) talk about becoming artists and activists and the moments that have shaped them. They also talk about the Occupied movement and their part in it.
Childhood friends, Jess Eng (21) and Artemisia Luk (20), share memories of elementary school, their experiences at summer camp, and their path into the arts.
Malik Flint and Ciarra Walters discuss their experiences about being a Black artist in 2018.