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By Jerome Weeks, KERA
Artist Mark di Suvero's "Proverb" sculpture was 60 feet tall and stood at the corner of Woodall Rodgers and Pearl Street in Dallas, T.X. for nearly 13 years.
By Alaska Public Media
A family carries on its tradition of rough-terrain unicycling across the beaches and mountains of Alaska.
By Abhi Singh, KQED
Miko Fogarty, a Bay-area teenager, is on her way to the U.K. to pursue a career as a professional ballerina for the prestigious Birmingham Royal Ballet.
By Twin Cities PBS
Butoh, a form of Japanese performance art, brings weakness and sadness to the surface in a society that often suppresses those feelings.
By Nine Network
As the anniversary of Michael Brown's death approaches this weekend, young opera singer Melvin Bozeman reflected on his experience with the police in Ferguson and how the arts drove him to succeed.
By Kelly Whalen
How the "Black Lives Matter" movement is inspiring conversations among young singers about identity and the role of art in social change.
An exhibit at the University of Texas in Austin asks viewers to look at skateboarding as a process of creation.
By Joel Wanek and Kristin Farr, KQED
Ask Bay Area native Jenny Odell to describe her artistic practice and she just might tell you her work is more akin to a scientist or archivist. Typically it involves scouring the internet for images on Google Maps, YouTube, Yelp…
By Jackie Shafer, WOSU
Artist Amanda Louise Spayd has created a whole world populated by endearing doll-sized creatures. Her fabric creations bring to mind cast-off children’s toys and ill-conceived taxidermy experiments with crooked human teeth.
Enzina Marrari designs dresses and garments using natural materials. Inspired by her chosen home of Alaska, she creates with wood and flowers, even swan feathers and horse hair.
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