Amherst singer/songwriter Mary Lambert wants you to know she is unapologetically fat, femme, and gay as hell.
From Clay to Catastasis
Hartford artist Matthew Towers chats about the history of porcelain, the mythology of hair, and subverting pottery tradition.
Pulp, Plastic, and Poetry
Sandy Hook performance artist Allison Hornak finds beauty in inertia, reading poetry, and visible vulnerability.
Let’s Build a House Together
Interdisciplinary artist John C. Gonzalez chats about collaboration and the power of art to transform our worldview.
From Lemons to Lemonade
Dominican-American artist Silvia Lopez Chavez is teaching Boston about the power of art to transform communities.
Che And The City
From New York native to Worcester rabble rouser, Che Anderson is breathing wonder into Wormtown through street art and ingenuity.
In Beverly, MA, multimedia artist Kristine Roan forges magic from found objects—and a hell of a lot of glue.
Finding the Meaning in Making
Turners Falls artist Fafnir Adamites on trauma, ephemeral materials, and creating a placeholder for invisible things.
Pyrographer Cate McCauley on the power of using her expert illustration skills to create fine art with a fiery twist.
The Simple Power of the Cup
Earthenware artist Ayumi Horie forges magic and activism to change the way you drink coffee, one cup at a time.