Artist Bruce Herman's Journey Podcast: Live at KindlingsFest 2009

Dick Staub interviews artist in residence Bruce Herman, whose painting "Called" was featured at KindlingsFest 2009. KindlingsFest 2009 explored theme of Broken Beauty with Dr. Jerry Root, Nigel Goodwin and artists-in-residence Bruce Herman, Michael Ward, Rick Stevenson and Michael Kelly Blanchard. This is just a taste of KindlingsFest. Come join on us this summer for […]

"The Artist's Life." Live At Hales: What is it like to make your living with your art?

What is it like to make your living with your art? The fame? The fortune? The Limos? Each of us has a unique creativity but only a few pursue their artistic impulses… and only a few of those are able to make their living at it. The rest wonder—chip away at their novel, poem, songwriting, […]

Sandy, Golden Sea and the Dillion Gallery

Never did I imagine then the catastrophic damage… due to Superstorm Sandy. By Mako Fujimura

Faith and Art: What is the Heart of the Matter?

What is at the heart of the conversation between art… By Jeff Berryman

The Quietest Painting in The Room

We think of the Sistine ceiling as heavenly and eternal, but it helps to remember it was new once… by Mischa Willett

Culture Care: Promoting the Arts & Social Responsibility

featuring Mako Fujimura. October 18, 2012 7PM (EST)

Paul Hobbs(UK) Exhibition "The Art of Things" October 16 – 27

Painting & Sculpture by Paul Hobbs & Sarah Kelly-Paine Menier Gallery, 51 Southwark Street, London SE1 1RU

A Conversation with architect Daniel Libeskind. Podcast: International Arts Movement Interview

Of all his memorable interviews, Dick Staub puts this one with Daniel Libeskind at the International Arts Movement Conference in NYC near the top of the list. Libeskind, is a Polish-born Jewish American architect, whose prominent and celebrated buildings include Podcast: Play in new window | Download (47.5MB)

Mystery and Message, or What We Talk About When We Talk About Art

No one has taught me more about considering and making art than "Mr. D.” By Jeffrey Overstreet

Hearth Alum Nick Park: "60 Minutes" interview (1996)

An intricate look into the world of stop-action animation made famous in the "Wallace & Gromit" films…