December 21, 2012

Thingies: games as op-ed, rescuing things from the trash, and congrats to Nicholas David

Using games for a year in review Over at The Gameological Society (a gaming blog spun off from Onion’s A.V. […]
December 20, 2012

Your creative holiday traditions: an ARTSpulse Speakup

The holidays: no matter what Big Media tells you, we all celebrate them differently. And, it’s not even that we […]
December 19, 2012

The Week Ahead: North Meets South, Jonathan Rutter, Maker’s Market

That deep exhaling sound you hear is from our many Partner groups who held successful, joyous, and well-attended holiday productions […]
December 19, 2012

How a simple song can provide peace and comfort

Confession time: my little family, due to the squirreliness of our three-year-old daughter, only spent 36 minutes at this year’s […]
December 18, 2012

Upcoming classes for film and TV acting

Acting for film and TV Teens: Dec. 27 – 29 Ages 9 – 12: Jan. 7 – 17  February classes […]
December 18, 2012

Last-minute gift idea: give the gift of creative experiences

A couple weeks ago, we offered up a few recommendations for shopping for fun and creative gifts at some of […]
December 16, 2012

The Week That Was: Dec. 16

Experiencing ARTSpulse FOMO (fear of missing out)? Fear no more. Here’s a handy rundown of this week’s blog content, social […]
December 13, 2012

FMCT raises $1,700 for Habitat for Humanity

Coinciding with their production of It’s a Wonderful Life, FMCT has been collecting donations from audiences to benefit Habitat for Humanity. […]
December 13, 2012

The artist will see you now: Sanford’s resident artist creates a more ‘human’ hospital

Artists work in some of the most peculiar places: expansive studio spaces; cramped, cluttered holes in the wall; on stages; […]
December 13, 2012

Commentary: F-M area greater than the sum of its parts

(Ed: Matt Hansen, a senior studying sociology at Concordia College, served as an intern for ARTSpulse during these inaugural first […]