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In this interview, I talk with Ned Neely about his incredible artwork, and what it has been like being a serious artist for the past 22 years.
This is an interview conducted with my father, Mauricio Souza, and his life in Brazil and his journey to the United States.
A conversation with Doc Coleman about art, childhood, race, and life.
An interview revealing the predudice within the arts and how women arts has suffered at the hand of elitist preferences. Discussed here is how fibers art is a cultural identity and one that is being swept under the rug.
Esther Kim (38) talks with her stepfather, Charles Kelly (84) about his childhood during World War II, the influence of art, and his unlikely merging with a Korean family -- which has helped him experience the "School of Love".
Levi McBride (20) talks with his friend Scott Jones (61) about the meaning of life, religion, and how their beliefs about both have impacted their lives.
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,...
This is an interview with residents of Middletown residents about another local resident who was one of Americas most prolific sculptors.
Bella Roesler's grandmother, Pamela Taunton, gives advice to teenagers. Pam talks about life in Catholic school and her artistic calling.
One aspiring 8-year old artist talks to his grandfather, painter and sculptor Al Wunderlich, about art.
Tyler discusses his literary foundation as well as what literature means to him.
This is a interview of what my friend what's to be when he grows up.
Zach Wirsum and Patricia Carson talks with Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis Visitor Services Associate Courtney Paolicchi about quarantine and the hope of art while standing inside the art installation "SHELTER" by Derek Fordjour.
Recording September 24, 2017 – Cynthia Hawk discovered an anime club at the Hurricane Branch Library in Hurricane, Utah during her elementary years. It was created by WCLS employees Natalie Daniel and Sarah Hall, called Anime Fannatiku and Manga Club....
Ann Bronsing talks with Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis Visitor Services Associate Gian Garma about quarantine and the hope of art while standing inside the art installation "SHELTER" by Derek Fordjour.
Caroline Patterson (63) talks with her mother Laura Mae Patterson (92) about her upbringing, the many different places she's lived and how she settled in Montana.
In this interview, I asked questions of Nicolas Faucette. Nicolas is a younger sibling of CJ who has Autism. We are being to see his insight of what it is like to be a sibling of a child with special...
My sister Gina and I talked about her seizure condition, why mom is her hero, and how great she is at knitting and painting.
The City of Coachella is growing and Roberto wants to support family and art centered programming that shows our pride in where we live.
Bilal Baeza (20) and Ezra Kelly (23) discuss their experiences as artists and music creators, and the role of math in their creative process. They also discuss their thoughts on the afterlife and morality.