Month: August 2017

These 6 Female Arab Cartoonists Know How To Challenge Authority

The stereotypical image of a Muslim woman is crushed by these decisive female cartoonists who fight for their rights with pencil in their hands.

/ August 28, 2017

Digital Activism School: Young Creatives With Disabilities Who Make The World Stunning

One billion people, or 15% of the global total, experience some form of disability or health issues. They are more vulnerable for external difficulties. Despite on this, disabled young creators fight for better reality.

/ August 28, 2017

10 Contemporary Performance Artists Shaking Up The Art Market

The Digital Era brings us to the new world of total communication, where the problem of art-and-audience connection is still questionable. Here we have 10 contemporary artists who question issues of modern society and they come up not with kitchen debates but real acts.

/ August 28, 2017

Returning Citizens: How Ex-prisoners Fight For Their Lives On The Loose

"Returning Citizens" ... Prisoners return from exile when all their civil advantages were replaced with restrictions. Now they come back and have to become caring citizens again. But did it come down? This documentary captures their second chance.

/ August 28, 2017

8 Must-Attend Human Rights Conferences Which Impact The Today World Agenda

Can you imagine what could happen if all the changemakers get together? We will show you: here is the list of 8 forums devoted to human rights where people unite all their efforts to improve the lives of minorities.

/ August 28, 2017

‘David Bowie Is’: How The Record-Breaking Exhibition Reflects Ziggy’s Career

The exhibition is the first international retrospective of Bowie's extraordinary career. The V&A has recently announced that it is the most-visited show in the Museum’s 164-year history. Why the show is so attractive?

/ August 28, 2017

Creativity Fights Absurdity: How Artist Olivia Locher Sarcastically Fought The US Law

Laws give us rights and responsibilities, prescribing bans and placing limits on what is permitted. But sometimes the thirst of legislators to control everything comes to the point of absurdity. The photographer Olivia Locher created a visual series ‘’I Fought Law’’ in which she embodied the...

/ August 22, 2017

Ordos Kangbashi: Inside The China’s Brand New Ghost Town

A group of skateboarders explored Mongolia and grinded "a ghost town" called Ordos. But Ordos of Kangbashi district is different from typical abandoned place, and is planned as one of the most progressive cities of China. Is Ordos a city of future or an empty skatepark?

/ August 22, 2017

Advocating For A Cashless Society: How The EU Hides Behind The Complication Of Terrorism

The EU has past the period during which it was only the result of its member-nations' wish to work together: it is now an entity of its own, a super-state. The EU is trying a new strategy: establishing its influence on European citizens by cutting a...

/ August 22, 2017