Lisa Alexander is a poet. She’s a member of the Madwomen in the Attic workshops and a sound engineer for Prosody, WESA’s weekly poetry show. She’s currently working on a manuscript for a book called Throttle Body. Hear some of her poems here. Lisa describes big concepts with delightful details and a poet’s eye. We…
It started with two pals talking about art. A poet (me!), and an illustrator (Beth!). And then, as artists/dreamers tend to do, we got dreamy and decided to investigate life together. By that I mean we wrote down a bunch of topics about people’s lives that we’re curious about over drinks at Gus’s and put each…
2015 CMU International Film Festival creatively makes well-crafted films into interactive events.
Clohn Art keeps it rogue with an Honor System Art Gallery on S. Braddock Ave.
Hatch Arts Collective brings together artists to create beautifully relevant performance pieces.
Ryan McCormick is a colorblind painter who encourages everyone to embrace their own style of creating.
Here is permission: Yes. You should do what enlivens you–because how can that not bring brightness into the world? Come alive.
“I love abundance,” Natalya says. “I grow a lot so there’s enough for everyone, and there’s enough for failure, and there’s enough to try and to play.”