Diversity, Equity, and Engagement
Intermedia Arts has spent the last year aiming to turn talking points about diversity and community engagement into action. It’s progress, artists say, but we’re not there yet.
A Walking Tour Through Paradise
Sarah Stonich and Mickey Smith team up for a photo-essay on the new iteration of “headland Sculpture on the Gulf,” a contemporary public sculpture biennial in New Zealand.
In Practice: Anitra Budd
Coffee House Press editor-at-large Anitra Budd on colors, money, work, and leisure, and the tension between editorial taste and trends.
Making it Real
Documentary filmmaker Deb Wallwork on the thorny business of both true stories and sustainable farming.
Writing in Place
Kari Mugo writes her way through the French Quarter during the New Orleans Writing Marathon and, in the process, ownership of the declaration, “I am a writer.”
Speculations on Digital Art Media’s Future(s)
How we will be reading and writing on the arts ten years from now? A range of voices—from the Washington Post and ArtSlant to Chicago Artist Writers and MinnesotaPlaylist.com—weigh in.
Camille LeFevre on the raw violence and emotional candor of Martha Graham’s dance, on view in the repertory and new works presented by the Martha Graham Dance Company recently in Minneapolis.
The Seventh Daughter
Pao Houa Her’s experimental new installation work offers understated but potent commentary on the intersection of desire with notions of culture and authenticity.