Brandee Younger brings soulful vibrance to community arts

The intimate PSI Theatre at Durham Arts Council felt like the perfect space to experience the soul vibrations of Brandee Younger, along with Chelsea Baratz...

Tennyson: Playing through Process

The crowd at Motorco Music Hall grooved along with Tennyson, deeply attuned to the myriad frequencies and rhythms being processed and punctuated before our...

Terence Blanchard & the E-Collective: Groove As Advocacy

Terence Blanchard and the E-Collective’s headlining set at the Art of Cool Fest began with a sense of drama that was only amplified by...

RECOUNT: Art of Cool Festival Playlist

In anticipation of Durham's third annual Art of Cool Festival, RECOUNT presents this 2-hour Spotify playlist of our featured artists! We'll be bopping around the Bull...

Alex Quirk invites you to explore memory and perception

"In Western thought, the conscious being is often divided into two parts: mind, and body. Senses, and thoughts. Perception, and memory. It seems every...

Overcoming Fear of Feeling the Bern

Some people will read my account of attending three Bernie Sanders events and think I have a long way to go before I’m able...

A fresh lens on Fes

Faces and places in Fes, Morocco captured by Hannah Sommer, our Asheville-based contributing photographer, currently abroad in Europe and North Africa. Her lens invokes a willingness...

Your Vote Matters: A Call to Arms in South Carolina

When the speech ended, the floor opened for questions from the audience when a man asked why it felt as though the fate of civilization rested on these elections...

Q&A: Dr. Jill Stein on human rights in the US, the...

Dr. Jill Stein is tireless, fearless and just won’t stop... watch video of the interview or scroll for the Q&A. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSb6fhb57iM] Are you tired from your...

On the outside looking back: Göran Hugo Olsson documents global history...

In this sphere, where power, violence, and race collide, the contemporary understanding is dominated by history's victors. Most of us are paralyzed in the face of these narratives. In positioning the history to speak for itself - candidly and directly to the audience - Olsson shows no cowardice.