The Vision Male Ensemble from Detroit provides training and mentorship for boys at the Detroit School of the Arts.
By Kaysie Ellingson, Indie Alaska
Para-rescuer Roger Sparks found that the art of tattooing helped him deal with his grief following a deadly military operation in Afghanistan. Now he's trying to help others who are suffering from emotional trauma.
When 27-year-old artist Antonio Ramos was shot and killed last fall while painting a mural under a highway overpass in West Oakland, the story of his death captured national headlines and inspired other young people to honor his legacy through…
By Rocky Mountain PBS
Former army sergeant Jim Stevens hasn't let his blindness prevent him from creating art that inspires others to look at paintings in a new way.
By Jackie Shafer, WOSU
When she couldn't find paper dolls that looked like her, she made her own. Today, Katurah Ariel creates art to inspire and empower girls and women of color.
By Brad Turner, Colorado Public Radio
Hester Prynne is one of the great feminist characters in all of literature, says librettist David Mason: full of dignity and courage, in a story that is as relevant today as when it was written.
By Laila Kazmi, KCTS
Weaving themes of war, betrayal and sexuality, Yussef El Guindi's latest play addresses the current atmosphere of mutual distrust between America and Arab countries.
By Kelly Whalen and Omid Zoufonoun, KQED
On the Hill aims to spark a conversation about racial profiling, police shootings and the rapid displacement of Latinos from San Francisco.
The Austin Community Steelband is working to help low-income children make music with the steel pan.
By Alaska Public Media
Film archivist Angie Schmidt thinks of her job in terms of time travel.
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