Arts America | October 29, 2016

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A Detroit woman uses the fabric arts to tell stories about herself and most recently about the architectural history of her city.
Graffiti artists evolve into talented muralists who are helping transform a run-down Reno, Nevada commercial district.
A New Mexico sculptor uses his art to examine universal questions about our lives and our universe.
A profile of The Big Muddy Dance Company, based in Grand Center.  The troupe’s 2016-17 season kicks off November 19th at Washington University’s Edison Theatre.


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