Virginia’s latest poet laureate talks family, culture and the benefit of writing daily.
Good Shot Judy still has that swing
Good Shot Judy’s staying power seems anchored in both the audience’s appetite for live, bygone music and a dazzling delivery that provides the bridge between there and here.
Artist Clayton Singleton on race, love and the beauty of Blackness
Singleton, 50, is chair of the Fine Arts Department at Lake Taylor High School. The four-time Teacher of the Year has taught with Norfolk Public Schools since 1994. He has come a long way from the days of being a heartbroken young man who could draw Michael Jackson pretty well. Now, along with being a respected teacher, he is a sought-after artist, who for decades has explored the themes of race, love and joy.
Williamsburg printmaker brings the world to life in rare art form
Paula Goodman Koz is among a small cadre of artists who cut, gouge and chisel boards into an art form that’s heavy with history and meaning.
COVID and The Arts
More than a year after the onset of the global pandemic, arts and cultural organizations are feeling the sting of canceled performances and lost revenue.
A Short Interview with | Marleigh Culver
Marleigh Culver has come a long way from youthful experimentations with Photoshop and Illustrator on her parents’ home computer. Now wielding both paint and digital tools, the 30-year-old’s art and design work have graced textiles and leather, canvasses and office spaces. She’s collaborated with Nike, Google and Coach; a puzzle project she was part of […]