Love, Simon (2018) resonates with writer Alex Minton.
In the midst of her freshman year of college, Rookie on Love (2018) brings one writer the comfort and nostalgia of her early teens.
One writer binge-watches and reflects on the dark fantasy of Netflix mini-series The End of the F***ing World.
One writer experiences the vibrant fantasy of California on a snowy day by attending the Met's David Hockney retrospective.
Three young writers share the differences and commonalities in their viewing of this Oscar-nominated film.
An installation by artist Anila Quayyum Agha reminds one writer of an inspiring conversation with a dear friend.
One writer considers The Meyerowitz Stories (2017) in relation to her own father’s decline.
Sean Baker's The Florida Project exposes the "magic" of Disney World and forces its viewers to confront reality through the eyes of a child.
Greta Gerwig's Lady Bird (2017) provides a coming-of-age story that our writer can deeply relate to.
Madame Gautreau Drinking a Toast defied 19th century gender expectations.
In Jeannette Haien’s novel The All of It (1986), love cures all.
Reading Matsuo Bashō's Japanese prose-poetry from 1689, while contemplating stillness, isolation, journeying, and the aftermath of death.
A poetic ode to the golden beauty and heavenly touch of Gustav Klimt's famed 1908 painting.
A college freshman finds a curly-haired, sexually liberated role model in Sex and the City's Carrie Bradshaw.
One writer finds solace in Sedaris's Me Talk Pretty One Day as she considers life after graduation.
A poetic exploration of Frida Kahlo's Two Nudes in the Forest in relation to the artist's sexuality.
One writer ponders the unique and confusing way that art captures motion.
With winter approaching, one writer revisits the music and warm nostalgia of her past.
David Harrington discusses his inspiration for starting Kronos Quartet, the energy of collaboration, and his advice for aspiring musicians.
Austin Halpern discusses his practice of interpretive landscape in advance of his photography show at the Telluride Arts HQ Gallery.
Jason Stopa on his curatorial practice, the importance of viewing art in real life, and what it’s like to put together a women-centric show as a male curator.
Visual artist Maura Allen discusses the West, her artistic “reverberations,” and the intersections of business and art.
Sav on growing up in the music industry, writing her own material, and playing in front of people she loves.
Indie pop singer Jess Best on Wesleyan University, her creative process, and nostalgia.
Playing at MASH, Quasimodal hugs and kisses their songs as they make them their own.
Acclaimed Folk-Singer Dar Williams on the function of art, songwriting, Sylvia Plath, and rebuilding community.
A dialogic exploration of the art created by women-identifying Senegalese rappers.
Wyatt on creating a dialogue between visual artists, theatrical performers, and audience members.