Amelia-Colette Jones interviews the organizers of Perennial, an art-centered social enterprise in South St. Louis.
Max Guy interviews Carey Chiaia of Open Space Gallery about emerging Baltimore staple, The Publications and Multiples Fair.
Andrea Grover moved to Houston in 1995 to attend the Core Program. Shortly after, she founded the Aurora Picture Show. Andrea has much to say about the playfulness and DIY spirit of the Houston art scene and reveals the secret of running a successful program at Aurora.
Amelia Jones talks to Angela Malchionno about social change, homesteading, and facilitating the support of artists in small, sincere ways.
Rachel Reese interviews the founders of the Philadelphia CSA, which supports a direct maker-to-buyer relationship between artists and collectors in the region.
The Print Center in Philadelphia was founded in 1915 and continues to support printmaking and photography through its exhibition and education programs.
The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts has an interdisciplinary and collaborative focus that is very unique in Houston and nationally.
Interview with Matt Arnett of Atlanta’s Grocery on Home: An Intimate Space That Seamlessly Blends Music, Art, and Lifestyle
In partnership with Atlanta-based online magazine BURNAWAY, Lilly Lampe interviews Grocery on Home founder Matt Arnett about the unique domestic space's performance series.
Maggie Ginestra and Aubrey Longley Cook convene a conversation around Atlanta's 'art-drag' community covering Lacan, drag-as-activism, and performance cultures in the city.