In 1964, a group of Jewish families went to the World's Fair in Queens, NY. When they saw the spiral-shaped American-Israel Pavilion, which took visitors through 4,000 years of Jewish history, it spurred this idea of "what if"?
All across the country, Americans are making memories each year on this date with barbecues, fireworks, and star-spangled banners.
On Thursday, June 30th, a community of next-generation artists joined together through the efforts of Gaining Ground for the Project Change Arts Showcase at Guthrie Green in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Gaining Ground, a non-profit literacy organization, represents a mission “to develop readers, thinkers, and leaders by
When I asked the multi-disciplinarian artist, Michelle Firment Reid, to describe her work, it made sense when she answered, “Art for me is all the time.” Having a 30-year career as a full-time artist, Michelle’s so-called input-time comes in the form of her everyday living.
Having started his career as a full-time artist in 2015, Jay Exon seems to have found his sweet spot many artists struggle with- focusing on his art full time while someone else markets and sells it. "I think as an artist; you're painting for you. You're not