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Rum, Cigars, and Mozart. Artist Peter Shire. Floriography. Sculptor Elizabeth Turk.
Michelle Cuevas, Mason Bates, Antonio Martorell, Joan Shelley
Cartoonist Kenny Scharf. Buffy Sainte-Marie. Patriotism in art.
Jennifer Allora & Guillermo Calzadilla, Doug Balliett, Veruschka Stevens, Daniel Levitin
Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah, Tommy Pico, Ron Nagle, Sidney Hutter
Kyle Abraham, Maggie Nelson, Ruth Slenczynska, Saya Woofalk
Mark Mothersbaugh of Devo. Textile designer Liz Casella. Greg Dunn thinks about thinking.
Reuben Margolin, Jennifer Higdon, Chemi Rosado-Seijo, Sara Rahbar.
Elizabeth Turk's sculptures test the limits of her medium's fragility.
In the Victorian era, the language of flowers was boundless.
The Havana Lyceum Orchestra is proof of classical music’s resonance in Cuba.
Shire is an alumnus of the Italian avant-garde movement, The Memphis School.
Martorell has been at the forefront of Puerto Rican art for over half a century.
The anthropological perspective of singer-songwriter Joan Shelley.
Mason Bates challenges existing notions of what belongs in the concert hall.
The characters in Michelle Cuevas’s children’s books leap off the page.