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This was just a short interview with my little sister about what inspires her life and her interests.
My grandmother, Corazon (Zonie) Rodis’ experience as a child in the midst of WW2 in the Philippines and her immigration to the US. Zonie expresses her increasing passion for the Arts as well as the importance of family.
I decided to interview my mom for this project, I think she is interesting because she grew up differently then me and she has an interesting line of work.
Phat Lu met his art teacher after a year and relived their memories together of Phat’s older brother
Talbot and Persaud get a chance to interview each other about how they began their music and poetry journeys. They also talk about how they became friends and ended up where they are now.
“You know that saying about doing something that scares you?” Nancy Campbell has left no corner of Saugerties untouched by her DIY approach. She has been an owner of a gallery downtown, served on the town board and acted as...
DRIP is a performance art company and is a dance show on International Drive in Orlando as well as traveling performances, like the one done here at Creative City Project in downtown Orlando. We featured a brand new piece called...
Elane Elias was born on June 1, 1937. She spent most of her early years growing up in Webster, New York with her two other siblings. Her father was an artist, so she grew up in an artistic environment, later...
Sandra is an art teacher who teaches artists from kindergarten to 80 year old students who want to expand they’re creativity. She both inspires and takes inspiration from her students which helps both them and herself to grow.
This is an interview with residents of Middletown residents about another local resident who was one of Americas most prolific sculptors.
Ramesh Chandrasekaran talks about our ancestors and the activities that they took part in back then. He also talks about a very interesting tradition that we still do at home today and it’s significance in the Hindu culture.
Annelise and Al Wunderlich, daughter and father, reflect on Al’s adventurous life, his major influences and his relationships.
Jon, Aria-Blair, and their toddler daughter join Alison for a conversation about their lives in Richmond, their two businesses (Black Dog Printing and Tarot Tattoo), and how they are helping to create safe spaces for women and creative places for...
Grammy speaking about her childhood, her and Dadad’s marriage, and her Christian journey.
This is an interview conducted with my father, Mauricio Souza, and his life in Brazil and his journey to the United States.
Mrs. Hinch talks about growing up in North Carolina with her siblings, going to the theatre, civil rights, and moving North.
89 year old Bob Short relays the meaning behind some of his art pieces while imparting his life philosophy.
I interviewed my maternal grandmother, Rosh Dia Mostafa. She was born in Cairo, Egypt on October 28, 1930. She came to the United States in 1968 with my mother and grandfather. She got her masters degree in fashion design at...