In 2012, when pediatric ophthalmologist Dr. Alan Richards made his first trip to Kyiv, the New York Times described the Ukrainian capital as “one of Europe’s most vibrant 21st-century cities, with a contemporary art scene, a new generation of chefs taking innovative approaches to Ukrainian cuisine and a delirious dance-til-dawn nightlife.
Hundreds of Wreaths Across America volunteers from Pearl Harbor to Valley Forge work year-round to ensure that military laid to rest are remembered, their families and living veterans are honored, and the next generation is taught the value of freedom.
“Lost Ollie” is an unusual hybrid of live-action and animation from series creator and executive producer Shannon Tindle, who produced “Kubo and the Two Strings” and “Coraline.” Academy Award-winner Peter Ramsey, who produced “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,” is director and executive producer.
Chip Kidd, one of the world's greatest and most renowned graphic designers, is also known as one of the world's greatest Batman aficionados. He is bringing his Manhattan Batman exhibition, "Batman Black and White: Sketch Covers, Commissioned by Chip Kidd," to Mainspace Artspace in downtown Shreveport on June 24.
isolation of a pandemic can catalyze creativity. As plagues ravaged London in 1606, William Shakespeare wrote “King Lear,” “Macbeth” and “Antony and Cleopatra.” When the Great Plague spread through England in 1665, Sir Isaac Newton developed calculus, the spectrum and started his study of the laws of motion.
Morris Lessmore” is a book written by Joyce and transformed into a short film directed by Joyce that won 2012’s Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. It is a story about the transformative power of books, emphasizing connecting readers and books.
began in 2012 as a way to ensure that visiting National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Chairman Rocco Landesman “saw” the art of Northwest Louisiana artists, grew into one of the most high-energy, vibrant reflections of the passion and talent of local visual, literary and performance artists.
Fight and keep on fighting! We are not defined by what happens to us, but by the decisions we make to go on living — and fighting, no matter what the “attacker” is. For more than 21 years, the Gingerbread House has been sharing this message with children who have been abused and betrayed by those they trust most.