The Sophia News is pleased to announce a new interview series alongside its regular publications. The series profiles artists, doctors, celebrities, and a number of other professionals from a number of walks of life. These interviews are built to give readers insight into aspects of fields that they otherwise may not have the opportunity to look into.
The journal’s most recent interview with Bonnie Clearwater, Chief Curator and Director of the Nova Southeastern University Art Museum in Fort Lauderdale, discusses art and its relation to the Palm Beach coast, the art community, her inspirations for exhibits, and what drives her as the museum’s director. The interview is a thoughtful and engaging piece that sets an impressive stage for what is to come in this new series.
The Sophia News is an ad-free journal that covers news, philanthropy, art, technology, and so much more. The header on the home page that reads “Philanthropy | Creativity | Wisdom,” a broad yet inclusive tell as to what this publication is all about. The journal strives to publish reflective and inspiring pieces that other web journals just don’t do.
In recent weeks, the magazine has discussed a pastry chef who made history, a dance company helping charity with their art, philanthropists who are making a difference in their community. These pieces show readers that in times like these, there are still good things in the world that should be celebrated.