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14 Sep 2020
I Thirst by Megan Kenyon

Kenyon: When I Look Into the Face of My Enemy, I See My Brother

A Look at the Heart Behind “Consider…” By Megan Kenyon “We have learned to fly the air like birds and swim the sea like fish, but we have not learned the simple art of living together as brothers.” -Martin Luther King Jr. Full disclosure: When I initially came up with the idea for Consider…, my vision for this show revolved … Continue reading →Kenyon: When I Look Into the Face of My Enemy, I See My Brother
10 Aug 2020
Caffeinated Curation featuing "Leo the Late Bloomer" by Robert Kraus and High Low barista Josie's Special Blueprint Coffee

Caffeinated Curation: Robert Kraus

“Caffeinated Curation” is a routine book and beverage pairing that highlights Blueprint Coffee and relevant reading recommendations from High Low resident artists and community members. Our latest chapter of the series comes from High Low barista Josie. Sometimes a book just calls to you. One day working at High Low, “Leo the Late Bloomer” by … Continue reading →Caffeinated Curation: Robert Kraus
29 Jul 2020
Midnight Company presents "Give 'em Hell Harry"

Hanrahan: Choosing Plays To Present — This Year’s Process And Challenge

by Joe Hanrahan The selection of plays for a theatre group’s season is always an exciting, wildly hopeful, sometimes frustrating process. The scripts must play to a company’s strength, while often exploring new themes and production styles to encourage artistic growth. It has to take into account the appropriateness of available spaces for the plays … Continue reading →Hanrahan: Choosing Plays To Present — This Year’s Process And Challenge
22 Jul 2020
embroidered portrait of Christine A. Holtz wearing face mask and superimposed portrait of Jessica Witte and child

Holtz & Witte: Processing the Pandemic as an Artist and Caregiver

Videos and process behind the artmaking for “It Hits Home” By Christine A. Holtz and Jessica Witte In March 2020, this New York Times headline grabbed readers’ attention: ‘I Feel Like I Have Five Jobs’: Moms Navigate the Pandemic. Simultaneously, artists Jessica Witte and Christine A. Holtz were responding to these exact same sentiments through artmaking. … Continue reading →Holtz & Witte: Processing the Pandemic as an Artist and Caregiver
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