Ed Massey's public art creations bring joy and vibrancy to the landscape of Los Angeles.
VantaBlack uses public art as a space for healing and social justice in Miami.
Denver's endangered murals by Chicano artists reveal a vital and overlooked history.
Kensington finds community and hope through poetry and a new public art installation.
Contemporary art installations address social issues through an immersive experience.
Opera star Anthony Roth Costanzo explains the history and appeal of the countertenor.
Jazz vocalist Somi Kakoma celebrates the life and song of Miriam Makeba in a new musical.
Indigenous Enterprise is exciting audiences with traditional dance and their unique style.
A look into the careers of the next generation of classical musicians.
"George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker" returns to ballet companies across America.
A memorial features over 2,000 handmade pouches dedicated to Detroit's loved ones.
The curtain goes up on Broadway, as live theater returns to New York.
The Cleveland Orchestra makes its awaited return to the stage at Severance Music Center.
Dallas Black Dance Theatre returns live with a premiere at Jacob's Pillow.
Actor and prolific Instagram user Brian Jordan Alvarez is starting drama on social media.
Latinx artists created timely work under lockdown in response to the pandemic.
Works & Process presents "New York is Burning" by Omari Wiles and Les Ballet Afrik.
About PBS For The Arts
#PBSForTheArts is a multiplatform campaign celebrating the resiliency of the arts in America during the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown and reopening. The campaign features a variety of programming across broadcast and digital platforms to showcase the devastating impact of the pandemic to the arts industry.
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