American children are losing their creativity, but scientists and experts are trying to help them get it back.
The Motor City has become an epicenter of scantily clad shimmies, but belly dancing is still controversial.
Director Lisa Cholodenko on making an accessible, touching film out of what could have been an outsider art-house flick.
William Kentridge's films create a space where South Africans can remember and come to grips with the atrocities of apartheid.
On the anniversary of Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho," artists and thinkers explore the film's ability to continually scare the heck out of people.
A trio of young African-American musicians are re-inventing banjo music for a new generation.
Twyla Tharp on her Sinatra-inspired musical, how she came to develop her art form, and the legacy she wants to leave behind.
In Miami, poets create on-demand verses for passers-by on manual typewriters -- the project is called the "Poem Depot."
In garages, basements and even a Quonset hut, amazing science is happening without institutional or government funding.
The underground hip-hop scene is thriving for women -- get a sampling of the amazing female hip-hop artists at the SXSW music festival.