Ildikó grew up in socialist Hungary in the 70s under Soviet occupation. She studied in Hungary and at Eastern Washington University and has worked in the folk dance/research field in the US and Hungary. Her work is greatly influenced by both cultures.
Originally from Great Falls, Montana, I grew up surrounded by art -- mostly nostalgic celebrations of the Old West. I attended Gonzaga University and spent my junior year in Florence. There I became enamored of the serene beauty of Renaissance painting.
Bon Odori is the the Beauty of Japanese Dance.
Janelle Cordero is an interdisciplinary artist and educator living in the seventh most hipster city in the U.S. Both her writing and her paintings are sparse narratives that emphasize the disconnected nature of the human condition.
I write poetry, short fiction, and nonfiction for kids.
Spokane photographer John D. Moore created a goal of showcasing (photographing) Spokane architecture, landscapes, and local historical features after dark.
Frankie Ghee is a solo acoustic musician who plays memorable, sing-able songs.