Have you spotted content online that highlights cultural experiences and resources that would interest our Bainbridge community? Currents plans to periodically share a list of recent articles, podcasts, and videos for you to check out. The Arts & Humanities Bainbridge staff and board, which brings Currents to you, helped put together this initial list. If you have suggestions for the next list, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Temporary public art is connecting Tacoma during the pandemic
- A New York art exhibition shows how creativity survives even behind bars
- How would you paint a portrait of Breonna Taylor? Artist Amy Sherald shares her inspiration and creative approach in creating the portrait for the cover of Vanity Fair.
- Showing immense creativity, Bainbridge children used whatever they could find around their homes to create photos that duplicated famous paintings.
- Our Bainbridge children turned to art during the pandemic and so have children around the world. The World Economic Forum featured children showing their lockdown art.
- Three Black and female artists create images exploring mythology and race.
Linda Kramer Jenning is a veteran journalist who continues to freelance since moving to Bainbridge in 2017. In Washington, D.C., she taught journalism at Georgetown University, served as the DC editor for Glamour magazine, and earlier worked in the Time Inc. bureau for People. She started her journalism career at the Associated Press and covered politics in Oregon and worked at KOIN-TV before moving to DC. She is a graduate of Smith College and earned a master’s in writing from John Hopkins. She’s also a member of the AHB Board.