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Step

Behind the scenes of the award-winning documentary STEP.

Musical instruments illustration.

Four National Heritage Fellows

Celebrate Traditional Irish Music

Illustration of a mask haging from a pair of gloved hands over a city landscape.
Illustration by Brian Stauffer Photo credit Jason Hornick

Playwright

Her play Intelligence is a political drama that centers on accountability.

Headshot of a woman.
Photo copyright 2014 Sharona Jacobs Photography.

Big Read author and 2006 NEA Literature Fellow

Pretty Monsters combines the ordinary and the magical—with flair.

Headshot of a man.
Photo by SweetLips Photography

Award-winning orchestrator and music director

Alex Lacamoire  on bringing Hamilton and In the Heights to life on the stage.

headshot of Kevin Locke
Photo courtesy of Kevin Locke

Lakota Flute-player, Hoop-dancer, and 1990 National Heritage Fellow

By performing and teaching Lakota flute and dance, Kevin Locke brings the past and the future together.

Simi Linton headshot

Disability/Arts Advocate

Equality, justice, and a place on the dance floor.

Charles Lloyd headshot
Photo by Dorothy Darr

2015 NEA Jazz Master

The saxophonist/flutist/composer talks about expanding the tradition and language of jazz.

Margot Livesey
Photo by Rob Hann

NEA Literature Fellow

Author Margot Livesey discusses The Flight of Gemma Hardy -- her reimagining of Jane Eyre. [32:40]

Michele Lowe
Photo by Laura Rose

Playwright

Michele Lowe discusses the process that moved her award-winning play Inana from page to stage. [32:07]

Jonah Lehrer
Photo by Nina Subin

Author

Jonah Lehrer, author of Imagine: How Creativity Works, discusses the new science of creativity. [34:06]

Laura Lippman
Photo by Jan Cobb

Novelist

Laura Lippman talks about crime fiction, journalism and the social novel.  [30:30]

Billy Luther
Photo by Idris+Tony

Filmmaker

Billy Luther explores different facets of his heritage in his documentaries. His latest looks at a little known celebration of the Laguna Pueblo, Grab Day. [26:38]

Liz Lerman, Part 2
Lise Metzger

Choreographer

In part 2 of our conversation with Choreographer Liz Lerman, we explore false dichotomies, including the one that opposes art to science. [25:11]

Liz Lerman, Part 1
Photo by J.S. Rosenthal

Choreographer

Liz Lerman: Conversing through dance. [23:50]

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