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By PBS NewsHour
By Twin Cities PBS
Greg Gossel creates mixed-media art from pop culture imagery, typography, texture, found sigs and billboard scraps.
By Cynthia Stone, KQED
Charya Burt trained as a classical Cambodian dancer, Now, she's passing on her art and drawing on a painful family history under the Khmer Rouge to push her dance in new directions.
The southeastern quadrant of Sacramento is an industrial community that has seen many industries come through: mining, truck farming, recycling. Now, a group that advocates for the community has decided to re-brand it by asking artists to paint dumpsters.
By Laila Kazmi, KCTS
Amongst the smells of medicine and sounds of hospital equipment, four year old Allistaire escapes to a sense of normalcy, playing with instruments and enjoying music just as she does at home.
Dangerdust, an anonymous duo of advertising and graphic design students at the Columbus College of Art Design, create weekly chalkboard designs with an inspiring quote, skillful typography and stealth delivery.
By Rocky Mountain PBS
Photographer Suzanne Heintz captures the hallmark moments of her fictional, mannequin family, including vacations, meals and even steamy shower scenes.
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