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L. David Bain (64) shares the story of his friend Barry Gerard LeBlanc (57), who survived for over 30 years outside on the streets of San Francisco, and who died in the middle of the night on January 18, 2014....
Katie Maier (38) interviews siblings Preston (21) and Julianne Taylor (23) about their shared love of history and their many adventures together.
Preciliana Sandoval (53) talks to SC Facilitator, Erin Dickey (25), about how she became an artist, how her knowledge of history drew her to open a walking tour business of Mesilla, and about how she is an “unusual” grandma to...
Sisters Amy Grant (61) and Robyn Gahr (63) share a conversation about what it was like growing up as Jewish in Fayetteville, North Carolina, the community they had there, and the role that Judaism has played in their lives.
Cassie Gibson (28) speaks with new acquaintance and conversation partner Kevin Alarcon (25) about their music career and their move from their hometown in Binghamton, New York to Decatur, Georgia.
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...
Spouses, Lisa Imbasciani (56) and Robert Imbasciani (59), and their daughter Brittany Imbasciani (32) reminisce about their daughter and sibling, Erica Imbasciani, who was fatally hit in a car crash.
Nicole Cromwell [no age given] reflects on her experience caring for a young woman and the connection she had with her patient's family. She speaks about her dual career as a nurse and artist and how both roles have sustained...
Connie Evans (48) interviews coworker Dr. Paul Nussbaum (62) about his parents’ immigration from Poland, growing up Orthodox Jewish in Brooklyn, becoming a doctor, and raising a family.
Kathy Purnell (54) interviews colleague Buddy Hannah (74) about his life and work in the arts, particularly his approach to building and celebrating community through this work.
Oliver Bell (41) interviews his father, Larry Bell (83), about his life, his artwork, and his approach to seeing the world. The two talk about centering improvisation, spontaneity, intuition, and trust in making art.
Jim Chesnutt interviews his friend Michael Rieger about their mutual September 11th experience in New York City as photographers during the World Trade Center tragedy.
David and Timm talk about their artistic mentorship and friendship.
Mary “Wisher” Barthelman and her daughter Meg Reuthe talk about their mother-daughter relationship.
Brad Johnson (53) interviews his brother-in-law Paul Hillmer (62) about Paul's family and life.
Lea Zikmund (23) and her new friend James Douglas Whitfield (69) talk about James' deep religious practices, religious visions he has had, and what he wants his grandchildren to know about living a life of faith.
Spouses Melissa Bent [no age given] and Michael Phelan [no age given] tell the story of how they met in the art world, their journey moving to and living in Marfa, Texas, and the reasons they stay in Marfa.
Friends Ricky Mestre [no age given] and Patrick Dunn (36) talk about LGBTQ+ art and the challenges that come with creating and curating art that portrays the LGBTQ+ experience.
Friends and colleagues Kathryn Muhlstein (37) and Nancy Carson (61) talk about dance, their children, and the organization Nancy co-founded, The Dance Cooperative.
Lorrie and Rob talk about their experiences as friends and artists in Dayton, OH.
Best friends Wylene Carol (81) and Floyd Tunson (76) reflect on Floyd’s journey as an eclectic artist, how identity and location factor into success in the art world, and working together for the past 45 years.
Sisters, Amy Voss-DeVito (58) and Beverly Harrison (53), share a conversation about their mother's legacy and stardom in crafts, in particular, the mouse and pretty girl dolls.
Sara, 47, interviews her father, Bernard, 82, about his work as an architect and sculptor.
Friends Agnetha "Jaime" Gloshay (41) and Amy Dale (58) reflect on their identities as Native women and discuss the work they have been doing in the community to uplift women and youth.
Delores Thompson [no age given] shares a conversation with her cousin, Davian Chester (28), about the Juneteenth Google Doodle that Davian illustrated and how the reception to that piece of art affected his life and career. Davian also talks about...