Featured: Isabelle Molinari
At the end of what will almost certainly be remembered as one of the most turbulent twelve months in recent history, like the famous groundhog of movie legend, the arts world is slowly peeking its head out of its pseudo-hibernation. In-person concerts have been green-lit for this summer, Broadway is re-opening at the beginning of the fall, and amateur companies are cautiously optimistic in the planning of upcoming seasons. All in all, the global creative sphere is experiencing a rebirth of inestimable importance. Hundreds of thousands, perhaps even millions, of jobs globally are slowly beginning to return, like flowers in springtime. And while there is a long way to go before the word ‘normal’ can be uttered with any seriousness, for the first time in months, the hope has returned.