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Poet and POL judge

His collection Trespass shines a light in dark places

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Photo by Bob Haggart Jr.

Pianist and 2017 NEA Jazz Master

A musical shape-shifter.

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Photo by Uli Gruber

Bassist and 2017 NEA Jazz Master

Jazz as a way of life

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Photo by Mark Higashino

Vocalist and 2017 NEA Jazz Master

Going her own way.

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Four National Heritage Fellows

Celebrate Traditional Irish Music

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Illustration by Brian Stauffer Photo credit Jason Hornick

Playwright

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

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Photo by Juna F. Nagle

2014 National Book Award Recipient

With Another Brooklyn, acclaimed children’s author Jacqueline Woodson creates an adult novel that reads like poetry

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Author and moderator of Face the Nation Dickerson’s book  Whistlestop is a witty rollicking tour of presidential campaign history

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Photo by Mathieu Bitton

2017 NEA Jazz Master

One of the best jazz organists, ever…and one of the most sampled jazz musicians.

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Photo by Dave Hall

Author, Crime Fiction

With her character Lou Norton, Hall creates one of the few African American female detectives.

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Photo courtesy of Doby Photography/NPR

Art Critic for NPR’s All Things Considered

Bringing a love of art to the craft of criticism.

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Actress and former member National Council on the Arts

Living a full life on and off the stage.

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Actor

Wright on the transformative power of theater and his two portrayals of MLK.

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Photo: DEVIATED THEATRE ©2016 Enoch Chan

Deviated Theatre’s co-founder, artistic director and choreographer.

Creating a new language of dance.

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Photo by Kursat Bayhan

Award-winning photojournalist

With her memoir, It’s What I Do, Lynsey Addario explains how and why she covers war.

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