In his essay “The Poet,” Ralph Waldo Emerson argues that the poet expresses and even finds what we cannot
No one’s going to miss your unfinished novels or paintings. Or will they?
As their Germanic moniker (“new lore”) implies, Neulore aims to tell stories as grand as the beginning of human history and as familiar as grappling with family issues
Overcome your fears and artistic blocks with some help from this beloved author
Tuning is one of my favorite parts of a night at the orchestra. Here’s why
…what will you do?
Contrasting the perspectives of Albert Camus and Fyodor Dostoyevsky on art and rebellion
This Norfolk-based folk artist is southern Virginia’s best-kept secret
Artist extraordinaire Erica Brown talks about the joys and the dangers of painting with encaustics
Art doesn’t have to end when you have children. It just needs to become a regular appointment.
Why I read ancient Egyptian love poems
John Cheever and The Walking Dead have something in common: a love for the ordinary person.
We are meant to cultivate community as much as we are designed to create.
These cookies are pillowy and dense, and surprisingly easy to make.
In art, to skip the journey is to skip the creation.
You sit down to write or draw. The page is empty, the canvas is blank. And suddenly your mind is…
In the 1970s, philosopher Attali predicted that the sheer proliferation of music would destroy its value.
Look no further than “Four Quartets” and “Little Gidding” for master tips.
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.
Are we taking pictures to remember or to showcase?