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Award-winning cartoonist and Big Read author draws the lines of absurdity

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Photo by Mike Wolforth

2016 National Heritage Fellow and Dakota flute player and maker

Reinvigorating a traditional First Nation art

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Author, Journalist and Filmmaker

His book Tribe rethinks PTSD.

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Comic book and game creators

They combined gun slingers with werewolves and created a classic, High Moon.

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Photo by Stefanie Keenan

Painter and multimedia artist

Creating  language with paint.

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Award-winning children’s and young adult writer

Opens up worlds of complications and riches.

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Artistic director and founding member of Spiderwoman Theater

Forty years on, the first Native-American women’s theater is still going strong.

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Photo by Nina Subin

Author

The National Book Award winner talks about Julia Alvarez, Oscar Wao, and the wonder of reading.

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Courtesy of Jeff Malmberg and Chris Shellen

Documentary filmmakers

Their film Spettacolo  looks at a small Tuscan village where each year life is translated into art.

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Photo by Reed Hummell

Executive Director of Metro Nashville Arts Commission

Creating places for the arts and for artists

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Photo by R.L. Geyer

Buck dancer and 2017 National Heritage Fellow, Making music with his feet

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Photo by John Abbott

1983 NEA Jazz Master and 2010 National Medal of Arts recipient

The great tenor saxophonist reflects on his life in music.

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Photo by Maike Schulz

Bindlestiff Family Cirkus co-founder, artistic director and performer

Circus arts by way of the East Village performance scene

Step

Behind the scenes of the award-winning documentary STEP.

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Photo courtesy of SimonSays Entertainment

Actor and Tony- Award winning Producer

Shining a light on untold stories.

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