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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.
Gene Yang: Drawing on Knowledge. Luke Spiller Struts. RIP Romance.
Sculptor Janet Echelman, milliner Arturo Rios, death in art, photographer Justin Bettman.
Author Daniel Handler, singer-songwriter Lisa Hannigan, artist Nina Chanel.
Celebrated pianist Simone Dinnerstein, in concert and conversation, with Jim Cotter.
Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah is leading the charge into jazz's next chapter.
Ron Nagle’s hit songs and ceramics are born of dedication to harmony and craft.
Sidney Hutter’s plate glass creations have pushed the boundaries of his medium.
The works of choreographer Kyle Abraham feel like a memoir.
Nelson is one of her generation’s most celebrated writers and critical thinkers.
As a child, Ruth Slenczynska studied under Rachmaninoff.
Woolfalk’s imaginary world is populated by mutants, governed by utopian values.
In illustrating the human brain’s complexity, Greg Dunn creates great beauty.