Jason Schneiderman

Jason Schneiderman is the author of Primary Source, winner of the 2016 Benjamin Saltman Award; Sublimation Point, a Stahlecker Selection from Four Way Books; and Striking Surface, winner of the 2009 Richard Snyder Prize from Ashland Poetry Press. His poetry and essays have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies, including American Poetry Review, The Best American Poetry, Poetry London, Grand Street, The Penguin Book of […]

Jan Harrison

Jan Harrison is an American painter and sculptor whose work, which primarily features animal imagery, centers on the animal nature as it relates to human existence and the collective psyche. Since 1979 her art has been connected with the philosophy of deep ecology. She speaks and sings in Animal Tongues, which she performs in conjunction […]

Martine Fougeron

Martine Fougeron is a fine art photographer living and working in New York whose work has been exhibited internationally and is held in major public and private collections. Her incisive images of life and culture in that city have made her a frequent contributor to The New Yorker, The New York Times Sunday Magazine, The […]

Monika Bravo

I was born in Bogota Colombia in 1964, it took me a while to become an artist since I wanted to be so many things, an astronaut, a language expert, a fashion designer, but my real passion has always been painting, I have never done it, instead I started arranging images since early age, as […]

Greg Matloff

Greg Matloff is a leading expert in possibilities for interstellar propulsion, especially near-Sun solar sail trajectories that might enable stellar travel. He is a professor with the Physics Department of New York City College of Technology, CUNY, a consultant with NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, a Hayden Associate of the American Museum of Natural History, […]

Joseph Keckler

Joseph Keckler is a singer, musician, writer, and artist. He performs widely and has appeared at venues such as Lincoln Center, Brooklyn Academy of Music, SXSW, Miami Art Basel, and Centre Pompidou. He is the author of several plays, many songs, and has occasionally written about contemporary art for VICE and other publications.   His work […]

Bonnie Clearwater

Bonnie Clearwater joined NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale as Director and Chief Curator in September 2013. An influential leader who played a major role in Miami’s emergence and development as an international arts center, she is widely recognized for her curatorial vision, scholarship and record in administration, public education and community outreach. Ms. Clearwater spearheaded […]

Chavisa Woods part 2

Chavisa was interviewed previously this year abut her recent book, and that interview is here. Chavisa Woods is the author of three books o fiction: “Things to Do when You’re Goth in the Country” (short fiction, 224 pages), 2017; “The Albino Album,” a novel, (550 pages) Seven Stories Press, 2013; and Love Does Not Make […]

Mark Guglielmo

Born and raised in New York, Mark received a Bachelor of Arts in History from Haverford College in 1992. A self-taught photographer and painter, Mark has been experimenting with photo-mosaic since the late 80s. His work has been featured in Huffington Post, Art New England, Rolling Stone, New England Public Radio, The Sun, Big Red & Shiny, Greenfield Recorder, […]

Cheryl McGinnis

In 1995 Cheryl McGinnis began looking at Chinese contemporary artists.  Having become entranced and excited about the work of Zhang Hongtu, Zhang Huan, Gu Wenda, Ai Wei Wei, to name a few.  Neither these artists nor she wanted to be apart of the traditional gallery system. Her vision was to create a space in which […]