In this interview, contemporary visual artist Dawn Williams Boyd (b. 1952) shares with scholar Margaret T. McGehee the ways in which her work (which she terms "cloth paintings") and her house and studio in Atlanta, Georgia, serve as a sanctuary--a space of safety, a place where she can be at home, a place where she can sigh. She further shares details from her life that inform her art, discusses the process by which she creates cloth paintings, and offers insight into her aims and choices within specific pieces.
A conversation exploring Jones's passion for photography and science, and the points of connection between two men raised proximate to islands and landscapes that continue to inspire us.
This set of twenty interviews, conducted between September 2020 and July 2021, opens the workshop door and steps behind the customer counter to reveal the artistry, satisfaction, and expressions of care behind repair.
A conversation between authors Michael Croley and Belle Boggs.
Set in 1986, a year after Rock Hudson’s death brought the news of AIDS into living rooms and kitchens across America, author Carter Sickels’s second novel The Prettiest Star shines light on an overlooked part of the epidemic, those men who returned to the rural communities and families who’d rejected them. Sickels discusses his book with Wiley Cash.