Archive for Arts

When Art Equals Activism: An In Depth Interview With The Talented Dana Ellyn

When Art Equals Activism: An In Depth Interview With The Talented Dana Ellyn

Share” I often dream about someone locking me in to my studio from the outside. I think that solitary confinement [...]

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The New Cultural Revolution Will Be Televised

The New Cultural Revolution Will Be Televised

ShareTV Series Reis da Rua shows the creative side of the suburbs of Sao Paulo “Your mother wrote me [...]

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Orcas in the City: The Earth Foundation and At-Risk Youth in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside

Orcas in the City: The Earth Foundation and At-Risk Youth in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside

Share Earth Foundation, founded by Canadian artist Todd Polich in 2008, is a non-profit organization that helps children discover [...]

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The Elephant in the Living Room

The Elephant in the Living Room

Share If you are like most Americans, you have a pet. In the majority of American states – thirty [...]

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Art + Culture = Graffiti

Art + Culture = Graffiti

Share The sound of the honking horns and the smell of car exhaust mixed with city pollution have become [...]

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The Great Wall of Vagina: Getting to Know “Down There”

The Great Wall of Vagina: Getting to Know “Down There”

Share In Western societies, sexual health has long been a taboo subject, typically introduced to curious children by parents [...]

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Meet Aaron Carey – An Artist With a Unique Vision

Meet Aaron Carey – An Artist With a Unique Vision

Share“I was told my cartoonish style wasn’t art when I was in school so I stopped taking art classes, [...]

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Cupcakes Take Over The Walls in Brazil

Cupcakes Take Over The Walls in Brazil

Share Maria Raquel is a young woman who got into graffiti a few years ago in Brazil. She lives [...]

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Issue #1: Graffiti and Brazil’s Poor Youth

Issue #1: Graffiti and Brazil’s Poor Youth

ShareProjects such as “Intervenção do Graffiti” take street art to underprivileged communities Some people call it street art; others [...]

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