The nay is a notoriously difficult instrument, which tends to be a point of pride for Cairo’s nayatiyya, or nay players.
Immigration & Migration, Language
A multi-voiced conversation about our complex society is happening right in front of our ears.
Protests have grown under the watchful eyes of news media, law enforcement, locals, and visitors. Alongside those protests, a complex system of regulations has also developed.
History, Social Justice
Now the Workhouse Arts Center, the facility does not stand in spite of its past, but because of it.
Cultural Sustainability, Music
“Who the hell is Ralph Rinzler?” I asked. “The director of the Smithsonian’s Festival of American Folklife, you idiot!”
Cultural Sustainability, Work Life
I hoped we would have time to make personal connections, but I couldn’t predict the way it would became the heart and soul of the trip.
Cultural Transmission, Religion & Spirituality
My childhood gave me certain abilities: I was good at relaxing my mind, I knew how to be my own companion when I felt lonely.
Art & Design, Social Justice, Video
At the height of the Silent Intifada in 2014, three Jerusalem performance artists demonstrate how art can pick up where the conversation stops.
History, Sports & Games
한반도 스키의 현재와 과거가 강원도에 모였다.
Choi Hoon was the first Korean skier to ever win a medal in competition. He was also my grandfather.