Recently I’ve been on the hunt for something that confirms my belief that art is important. But I didn’t want anything too long, heavy or academic. And it had to fit in the book holder on my treadmill at the gym.
An art exhibit, theatrical performances and an artist talk offers strength and support to individuals affected by illness or domestic violence. See the exhibit at the Alice C. Sabatini Gallery Jan. 13 through March 16.
Read what 324 people shared about the people they loved, battles they fought, childhood memories and odd facts from wartime.
It’s an amazing story, this story of real people.
Shimomura’s work is so powerful it transcends his own experience and becomes a voice for Americans marginalized in our country due to physical appearance or heritage.
Keeping morale up was critical: the music speaks of hope, of dancing, of forgetting the dangers the world was in.
December 7, 2011 marks the 70th Anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor.