Rock’n’Roll superstar Graham Nash, a founding member of The Hollies and Crosby, Stills and Nash has made an indelible mark as a musician, but his first love has always been photography.
Illustrator John Gulliver Hancock is an Australian who moved to New York City. As a child he used whimsical drawings to communicate his feelings. After adopting New York, he pulled out his sketch book and developed a relationship with his new home by sketching as many buildings as he can.
Art Fusion 3 – Rick Dildine, Artistic and Executive Director of Shakespeare Festival St. Louis, talks about his efforts to bring Shakespeare productions to underserved neighborhood – integrating plays with the real lives of neighbors and recruiting non-actors as talent.
A group of Philadelphia teachers has founded an organization called Fresh Artists to bring art to children both inside and outside the classroom with surprising results.
A new show on Broadway, “After Midnight” brings to life the 1930s era of Jazz and African American culture in Harlem’s Cotton Club.