From “Ave Verum Corpus” to “The Storm is Passing Over,” from Beyoncé to Bach, singing at Milton...
Artists move mountains: shifting perspectives, opening hearts and minds, instructing us quietly, revealing difficult truths. Over the ages, we have been grateful to artists, or angry with them, or astounded, or affirmed. In the most difficult times, we rely on artists to wrestle with the most complicated issues, take us to unfamiliar places, and burrow into spaces that need light. They connect us powerfully to beauty and transcendence. Artists help us reach for our deepest selves and for each other.
- Nina Riggs, the Poet, Speaks in Prose for the First and Last Time
- Promoting Stories That Need to Be Heard and Seen
- ‘Photography Means Writing with Light’
- Defying Gravity on the World’s Stages
- You, too, can have your own, cozy classical music party
- Moving on, with Skills, Insight and Power
- When the Middle School Speechies Took Over Birmingham
- Leveraging Applause
- Tze’s Fail-Safe Plan for Meaningful Success