Photo copyright 2014 Sharona Jacobs Photography.
Pretty Monsters combines the ordinary and the magical—with flair.
Photo by Rux Martin/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Creating new flavors with traditional food.
Photo by SweetLips Photography
Alex Lacamoire on bringing Hamilton and In the Heights to life on the stage.
Photo courtesy of Adriana Sananes
Moving between Spanish and English on stage and on the page.
Photo by Steve Wewerka
Bringing an ancient art form into the 21st century.
Photo: Courtesy of author
No one tells stories embedded in Southern Appalachia with more grit or more beauty.
Photo by Edwin Remsburg, courtesy of MSAC
Restoring wooden boats and keeping alive the culture of the working waterfront.
Courtesy of The Earl Mosley Institute of the Arts
The Earl Mosley Institute of the Arts uses dance to create a community of young men
Michael Berry reflects on the art of translating Yu Hua’s influential novel and new Big Read title To Live into English
Photo courtesy of Joe Standart
Using empty storefront windows as his gallery, Standart exhibits “WE ARE- A Nation of Immigrants” in the heart of New London, CT.
Photo by Benedetto DiGirolamo
As host of the Emmy Award-winning series, Mickela Mallozzi travels the world learning the traditional dances and music of each place she visits.
Courtesy of Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company.
Pushing the boundaries of improvisation.
Everyone has a story; Story District helps tell it.
Photos Courtesy of Shirley Road Productions
Black Ballerina looks at different generations of dancers, but is it the same story?
Justin Cronin brings his post-apocalyptic Passage trilogy to a close with The City of Mirrors.