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I interviewed two Appalachian State University students about their experience in Boone and in Charlotte where they both are from as well as their views on finding jobs in town.
Janet shares the story of her brother, a close family member, who was gone too soon. She talks about how he inspired her and how she honors his life today by keeping his story alive.
In this interview Logan and I talked about his childhood, his biggest influences and his current career as a barber at Topstone Barber Co. In New London, NH.
Eric, 35, interviews Ruth, 69, about her career as an archaeologist and her more recent involvement with The Presidio.
For this assignment I interviewed my father, Ryan Watanabe. He has lived in Hawaii, on O'ahu, all his life. We talked about his "sense of place" and how it has changed over time, environmentally and sociologically.
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.
Toodie Stone recorded a love story with us about love of place is Home.
Friends and colleagues Jodi Hope Michaels [no age given] and Leeanne Seaver [no age given] discuss their work with Global Ties Kalamazoo, reflecting on the importance of international exchange and how we can connect more deeply with one another.
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...
I interviewed my 93 year-old great grandmother for my CU Boulder Cornerstone project with the theme of Place.
Debbie Sturm (55) interviews her friend Carole Nash (61) about her work as an archeologist, and the significance of storytelling in her life.
My hometown of South Dallas serves as the basis for my work as an artist. Every location I chose to depict "what it's like to live in the hood" is connected to a friend or family member I questioned about local...
Jane Wolery talks about her memories of the Joplin, Montana Community Hall as a way to build community; "I think about the importance of a place for people to gather in communities ...community halls are so fundamental" to a thriving...