What does the Cultural Alliance do? How does the Alliance help the art community in Hampton Roads? We spoke with the Executive Director, Joan Rhodes-Copeland, to learn more.
Varekai is Romany for “wherever,” paying homage to universal wanderers and to the nomadic soul.
The Business Consortium for Arts Support, aka, BCAS, is one of the unsung heroes of the Hampton Roads arts community.
“Oh, it’s a contemporary setting,” said the woman in front of me, who claimed formation at a conservatory in her earlier days. She sounded disappointed, so I shared with her my own disappointment, “And it’s in English, too.”
Renowned artist Walt Taylor speaks about his early influences in drawing, how he got into sketching people, and how staying on top of technology has allowed him to take his art to a truly self-gratifying place.
This Valentine’s Day emerging artists the Dwell Collective will take part in a weekend of events at Taphouse and Conch & Bucket.
The Zigzag Kid is an effortlessly stylish Dutch film about a young boy’s journey to find the truth about his mother on the eve of his Bar Mitzvah.
As an HIV/AIDS pandemic ravages lives in South Africa, a group of women - now tasked with becoming parents to their orphaned grandchildren - has organized to hold their communities together in the face of an enormous care deficit. Their stories will be told in their own words in October, when five South African visitors bring "The Nevergiveups" photo exhibition and book launch to Old Dominion University.
This week I gave my students their first quiz.
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