Arts America | April 2, 2016
Two friends strive to minimize waste and environmental impact in both their craft and their lifestyle by developing alternative power sources for hand making wooden eyeglass frames.
The Rose Kennedy Greenway has a fresh vision for public art – including a soaring sculpture made of fabric that, at least for the moment, is changing the Boston skyline.
A Tampa Bay artist puts a new twist on the Buddhist art of the mandala by making them out of candy.
Photographer William Fields receives inspiration from Missouri river country to create images that evoke strong emotional responses.
We meet Jane Chu, who as new chair of the National Endowment for the Arts, discusses her hopes to bring art to all corners of the United States.