Afrofuturism uses elements of fantasy and magical realism to examine narratives from the African diaspora and construct stories of the future.
In an exhibit at the Cultural Arts Center in Columbus, Ohio, artists living with developmental disabilities transformed a gallery into a life-size board game called “Superland."…
By Twin Cities PBS
Artist Emily Lynch works for a math publishing company in Minneapolis, training teachers to use materials that are created for visually-oriented students. She also creates paintings based on number systems.
By Abhi Singh, KQED
The Renegade Rockers are legendary in the Bay area, having perfected the art of hip hop dance since 1983. Now, they have two new members: Alex Flores and Marthy Galimba, also known by their dance names Prince Ali and Marthy…
By Laila Kazmi, Stacey Jenkins, KCTS
Artists in Seattle, Havana and Tehran are "more alike than different." That's the premise for a new show displaying the work of graphic designers in all three cities.
The Barrio Writers program began in 2009 with small workshops at El Centro Cultural de Mexico in Santa Ana, Ca., to give teenagers a voice to speak out on the issues they normally would not address in a classroom.
By Alaska Public Media
For Kimberly Mejía Gúzman and her five siblings, moving from Guatemala to Anchorage, A.K. meant the promise of new opportunities -- but it also meant leaving their home behind.
By Kelly Whalen
The Latin Jazz Youth Ensemble of San Francisco was founded with a simple but ambitious mission: to preserve the traditions of Latin jazz and Afro-Cuban music by teaching it to young musicians.
Featuring larger-than-life creatures powered by pedals, Austin Bike Zoo is a one-of-a-kind blend of puppetry and cycling.
By Twin Cities PBS
By day, Minneapolis native Drew Erickson works as a charter pilot. At night, he spins under the name DJ LAST WORD.
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