Pieter Ouwehand describes he and his wife Lida’s relocation from Europe to New Jersey in the late 1960s as an adventure and a change of scenery.
Performing arts audience members with visual impairments might get more out of a live performance than their sighted seatmates do thanks to View Via Headphones, an audio description program created
Maria Schneider, who NPR describes as “a national treasure,” calls her own shots.
Audial information—assigning a sound to data—is a part of the modern world.
Patty Griffin, Sara Watkins, and Anaïs Mitchell are coming to the Center for the Performing Arts at Penn State for a celebration of American songwriting and performance.