Seattle Playwright, Amontaine Aurore, Says ‘No’ To Flat, One-Dimensional Characters and…Listen now (20 min) | Undeterred by the limitations of a hostile society, Seattle playwright and actress, Amontaine Aurore, creates characters that are complex, flawed, and human.
Moses Sun: The Re-Birth of An ArtistListen now (16 min) | From darkness to hope, visual artist Moses Sun shares his journey of healing, personal evolution, and artistic liberation.
Next post on Tuesday, October 18thThe next Artists Up Close article will be released on October 18th!
From Midwestern Farm Town to Seattle Urban Landscapes, Artist Keven Furiya Explores Life’s Visual FabricListen now (18 min) | Seattle artist Keven Furiya explores urban decay and his multiple-decade artist journey.
Artist Fumi Amano: Womanhood, Feminism, and The Pressure To ConformListen now (18 min) | Did you climb into a giant red uterus during the pandemic? That belonged to visual artist Fumi Amano. Not her actual uterus, but…
DAIPANbutoh Collective: At Home In The DarknessListen now (16 min) | Dance has the power to heal, transform, and unlock possibility. DAIPANbutoh Collective traverses the geography of butoh to find…
July Issue Coming Out Next WeekHey guys! I’m still working on the July issues of Artists Up Close. I will release it next week!
The Original Lady A Still Has Her Name, Her Music, and A Zeal For LifeListen now (15 min) | What makes Lady A the hardest working woman in blues, soul, funk and gospel? She shares her story and some advice for emerging…
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