We are meant to cultivate community as much as we are designed to create.
In art, to skip the journey is to skip the creation.
I’m here to argue for the little square frame, the little bit of perfection surrounded by chaos, and the little pieces of art in our everyday lives.
I’m not talking about the safe snippets. I’m talking about honesty, openness, and vulnerability.
Artist extraordinaire Carl Fougerousse shares insight into his multimedia art approach.
An original poem by Katie Robinson
Good friendship is indeed art, and I am convinced that it might be the most dangerous, satisfying form of artwork.
The artful home is far from perfect. It’s the antithesis of the trendy, white-washed showroom.
You could blame technology or point to commercialism and pop culture for the decline in art appreciation. But there is another reason.
The amazing story of twenty-six African American artists who painted to live.
Museums remove art from life, and the result is more devastating than you might think.
An original poem by James Matthew Wilson
Because the world is true, it is actual, it exists, and we must learn to reconcile our longings to it.
Two original poems by Joseph Cunningham
When we reduce things to transactional value, we essentially make them worthless.
Writer extraordinaire Robert Bruce shares insights and busts myths about the writing process
Sufjan Steven’s latest album, “Carrie and Lowell,” is a poetic tribute to Steven’s mother, a woman he barely knew.
An original poem by Troy Norman
“Language is the most intimately physical of all the artistic means.”
The point of the muse is not only her creative capacity. Sometimes you’re not even aware that you’re being affected by one.