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Five Questions for LOUISE DeMASI

Artspan sits down with water color artists Louise De Masi.

Your work seems more defined than many watercolors—with more detail and harder edges. How do you achieve this effect?  793 more words

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Five questions for ANDREW K. CURREY

An interview with Artspan member Andrew K. Currey.

Your work seems to strike a balance between armor/shells/protection and vulnerability. Is that a fair assessment? Is that something calculated, if so, what inspires it, and to what effect? 935 more words

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Five (or Six) Questions with Michael Gorman

The rules of our Five Questions interview series are simple: we send authors a long list of questions. Some are serious, some are . . . 1,057 more words

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Five Questions You've Always Wanted to Ask: A Teacher

Today, in honor of Teacher Appreciation Month, I’m bringing you an interview with Emilie Gordon Del Risco, a Spanish teacher currently living and working in The Cayman Islands. 738 more words

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Five Questions with Nicholas Wolterstorff

The rules of our Five Questions interview series are simple: we send authors a long list of questions. Some are serious, some are . . . 1,378 more words

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Five Questions with Bimba Landmann

The rules of our Five Questions interview series are simple: we send each of our guests a long list of questions. Some are serious; some are . 599 more words

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Five Questions: Kate Romano (producer)

1. What first attracted you to the idea of the Tokaido Road project?

I’ve been a founder member of Okeanos since 2000. I became more and more curious about our mix of Western and Japanese instruments and our collaborations with other art forms. 1,173 more words

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