Arts & Culture

The Francesca box

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George Lange kept the box shut for nearly 40 years. So long as he did, his old friend Francesca Woodman stayed...

The family in the house

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For writer/director/editor Trey Edward Shults, making movies is a family affair. It doesn’t matter if he’s shooting in his parent’s home in Spring, Texas,...

Unearthing a forgotten history

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Adriana Corral’s art explores the human condition and our fundamental rights. Her research-based process has taken her from her home in...

Faces of nature

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During a snowy day, if you look outside the window, all you may see is a smattering of white flakes coating the...

Only time to be yourself

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Shantell Martin works fast. With a marker in hand, she stays in constant motion — drawing lines, faces, words, squiggles, stick...

The STEAM of dreams

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“We believe art is a powerful gateway drug into science,” George Sparks, CEO of the Denver Museum of Nature & Science (DMNS), says...

To be transformed

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As an avid theater lover, I’m always excited to try a new experience. Last spring, I was intrigued when a friend...

A little of the absurd

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"Hold on just one moment,” Gerda Rovetch says over the phone, “I just need to fortify myself with a pen.” 

Dark spaces

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Stacey Steers’ films are far from straightforward. She uses collage to stitch together found imagery like Victorian illustrations and silent movie...

Outside the gallery walls

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When you enter an art gallery, you agree to an experience. There will be some sort of exchange between art and...

If you knew my story

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There’s something about folk music — the twang of a banjo, the lonesome drawl of a singer’s voice — that captures...

The hakawati

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Across the Potomac, Helen Zughaib could see the Pentagon burning from her home in Washington, D.C. on Sept. 11, 2001. Soon...