Ellsworth Kelly: the gloriousness of color and form.
Bora Yoon talks about building the sonic design of her album Sunken Cathedral.
Julie Otsuka’s first novel When the Emperor Was Divine explores her family’s history in the Japanese-American internment camps during World War II.
Two legends look at their careers in jazz.
It's a tuneful podcast as we go to the heart of Irish music with Seamus Connolly.
NEA Chairman Jane Chu talks about her ideas for the agency and the place of the arts in her own life.
Art-Force: Artists revitalizing rural manufacturing.
For Jennifer Pickering, all art is both local and global and LEAF is that philosophy in action.
The author discusses the latest Big Read pick, The Beautiful Things that Heaven Bears, his novel about an Ethiopian exile in a gentrifying Washington DC neighborhood.
This Memorial Day Weekend, conversations about Blue Star Museums and the healing power of art, Jacob Lawrences's War Series, and a poem by veteran Lynn Hill.
Behind the scenes of “Sending Messages,” the award-winning monthly podcast produced by incarcerated youth.
Disability through the lens of poetry. [27:59]
David Mura uses his considerable talents as a poet, novelist, memoirist and performer to explore what it means to be Japanese-American.
With a trunk full of her mother’s saris, Kenyan author and performer Shaija Patel reclaims a lost history. [29:28]
Sherrie Maricle has played with jazz legends, leads an all-woman big band, and forges new roads for women in jazz. [29:28]