A few standouts from Take Magazine‘s photo shoot with Hartford dancer Arien Wilkerson that we couldn’t fit into print.
Bill Vollers had been creating his art form for years before realizing its roots were based on a traditional Japanese belief.
Interview outtakes from Hartford performer Arien Wilkerson that our writer wished he could’ve fit into our October/November 2017 print issue.
Colorful cans and bright brews from New England Brewing Company connect with IPA fans eager to pop open Fuzzy Baby Ducks IPAs.
John Bell, director of UConn’s Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry, is just one reason shows like Avenue Q remain popular.
Connecticut novelist Harriet Scott Chessman takes on a piece of Vietnam history, the My Lai Massacre, in an opera.
Arien Wilkerson is fueled by his blackness, queerness, and desire to bring the language of movement to Hartford’s North End.
Artistic Director Rob Ruggiero is one reason Hartford’s TheaterWorks has been a star in regional theater in New England.
Connecticut Director of Culture Kristina Newman-Scott on the need for relevance, equity, access, and diversity in the arts.
The minimalist clothing of De Muerte in Hartford, Connecticut serves monochromatic fashion that’s both subtle and new.