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Actor and Singer

Bringing a modern sensibility to classic characters.

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Photo by Kristina Sherk

Novelist and 2016 Big Read author

Surviving the Khmer Rouge and honoring those who didn’t.

(Injured Military Personnel + Art)

Creating art; changing lives.

Saxophonist and composer

With Presidential Suite, Ted Nash transforms iconic political speeches into an inventive jazz composition.

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Photo copyright 2014 Sharona Jacobs Photography.

Big Read author and 2006 NEA Literature Fellow

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

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Photo by Rux Martin/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Chef, restaurateur, and author

Creating new flavors with traditional food.

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Award-winning orchestrator and music director

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

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Actor and Narrator

Moving between Spanish and English on stage and on the page.

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Photo by Steve Wewerka

Ash/Sweetgrass Basketmaker and 2016 National Heritage Fellow

Bringing an ancient art form into the 21st century.

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Author and NEA Literature Fellow

No one tells stories embedded in Southern Appalachia with more grit or more beauty.

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Mike Vlahovich

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Master Shipwright & 2016 National Heritage Fellow

Restoring wooden boats and keeping alive the culture of the working waterfront.

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Courtesy of The Earl Mosley Institute of the Arts

Dancer, Teacher and Choreographer

The Earl Mosley Institute of the Arts uses dance to create a community of young men

NEA Translation Fellow and Author

Michael Berry reflects on the art of translating Yu Hua’s influential novel and new Big Read title To Live into English

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Photographer and Public Artist

Using empty storefront windows as his gallery, Standart exhibits “WE ARE- A Nation of Immigrants” in the heart of New London, CT.

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Creator and Host of the television series Bare Feet

As host of the Emmy Award-winning series, Mickela Mallozzi travels the world learning the traditional dances and music of each place she visits.

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