Sugar Tongue Slim, Bruce Metcalf, Fear of the Known
For STS, wordplay is a way of life. Master fine art jeweler Bruce Metcalf refuses to use traditional metals and gems in his work. For generations, the early 20th century American writer H.P. Lovecraft has been terrifying readers.
The Ghetto Potter, Changing Minds about Changing Climate, Gerald Busby’s Lust for Life
Potter Roberto Lugo, climate change-themed art, composer Gerald Busby.
Under Pressure, The Jazz Sensibilities of Moe Brooker, The Nature of Art
Performance anxiety is common even among the most accomplished professionals. Moe Brooker is rightly regarded as one of the greats of American abstract painting. Brandon Ballengée’s artistic practice and scientific research share a single purpose.
Brandon Ballengée Mourns the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker
Brandon Ballengée is an environmental artist, whose work highlights the impact man’s actions have on endangered species. Since 2006, he’s also been memorializing extinct animals through his ongoing series, “The […]
A Place at the Table, Tap into America, Music with Teeth
Woodworker Mira Nakashima, tap dance as an American art form, the music of Roomful of Teeth.
Michelle Dorrance on Aging, Improvising, and the Physical Demands of Tap
Tap superstar Michelle Dorrance has split the difference between the athletic and the aesthetic paths forged by her parents: a professional ballet dancer and a World Cup winning women’s soccer coach.