Interview

Maria Parra Cano, a Xicana Indígena is holding a clay bowl filled with beans, corn, chiles, and other indigenous dried food. She is wearing a black huipil with embroidered red flowers and a red rebozo. Her lipstick is dark red and one point.

My Mother’s Sauces

Maria Parra Cano on healing self, family, and community with ancestral foods and forests Interview by Kimi Eisele Maria Parra Cano is a chef, ancestral … Read more

A woman smiling at the camera, holding a violin.

The Violin Will Remember

Armenian violinist Tamara Khachatryan on Arabic music, coming to the US, and the soul of the violin Interview by Kimi Eisele Tamara Khachatryan is an … Read more

Figuring Out Who You Are

Mestra Luar do Sertão on art, science, and the beautiful challenge of Capoeira Interview by Kimi Eisele Anne Pollack, also known as Mestra Luar do … Read more

A black background with a Pinedale Polychrome Bowl with black glaze and white kaolin paint. The middle of the bowl is brick red with black jagged and swirling lines. The left and right inner sides of the bowl have black and white lines, some straight and some jagged.

Earth, Water, Fire, and Air

Archaeologist Barbara Mills on vessels of early people in the American Southwest Interview by Kimi Eisele Barbara Mills is an anthropological archaeologist who uses ceramic … Read more

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