Arts America | October 1, 2016
Sacramento painter Rufus Chalmers uses pastel as his medium of choice in his portraits of jazz musicians.
At the Listing Room Festival in Tampa, venues for touring musicians are living rooms in private homes.
In the Columbus, Ohio studio of woodturner Devon Palmer, fresh sections of tree trunks become a variety of functional and visual art.
St. Louis’ Gitana Productions is restaging a timely one-act play in light of the international refugee crisis: “New World” tells the story of three refugee women in St. Louis and their journeys here from Bosnia, Afghanistan and the Republic of The Congo.