Published in 2003, the novel The Kite Runner was met with huge success and spent years on the best seller list. Now playwright Matthew Spangler has brought it to the stage.

Following a devastating tornado in April of 2011, the St. Louis International Airport launched a major renovation, which includes strategic placement of public art created by local artists.

A look at the Van Rensselaer great hall, built in New England in the 1760s and currently on display in New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art.

For over 25 years New York’s Arts for Transit has been responsible for bringing art to the city’s underground stations. We visit sculptor Tom Otterness, who talks about his whimsical creations.

Photographer Daniel Rebert found his love for art in the midst of major health problems.


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