A behind-the-scenes look at the passion, struggle and toil that go into creating a work of art. 

Spring Arts 2001: Creation Stories

Curating 101 - How to put together a major museum exhibition in two years and 10 not-so-easy steps.

An Exhibit of Her Own - Gloria Blades puts the finishing touches on her solo exhibition for Main Art.

A Richmond Phenom - The man behind VCU's French Film Festival is not what you'd expect.

Going Solo - Richmond Symphony Principal Cellist Neal Cary gets his turn in the spotlight

Pieces of a Performing Life - For jazz singer Stephanie Nakasian, all the sacrifices are worth those fleeting moments of audience connection.

Mambo Queen - Ana Ines King celebrates the lively spirit of Spanish and Latin American cultures through the Latin Ballet of Virginia.

Quaint as Folk - There may not be much money in it, but Floating Folk Fest musicians are happy just to have a place to play their music.

Spring Fever - Fast cars, fast girls and special FX: It must be spring at the megaplex.

Best-Reading Books - These books may not reach the top of best-seller lists, but they may top your list of new personal favorites.

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