It seems strange that no teenager ever thought about running his/her own magazine. Oh, wait. One girl already does. Her name is Em Odesser and she runs The Teen Eye Magazine.
In three years Anna Serner, CEO of the Swedish Film Institute, reduced the gender inequality in Swedish film industry. However, both men and women are only 50/50 satisfied.
How much do contemporary artists get for their works, why the United States Artists fellowship could be life-saving, and how can you help, not spending a dollar?
Tiffany Yu is a founder of Diversability, a social good company working to rebrand disability through the power of community. The goal is to foster community online and off to connect, showcase, and empower people of all abilities doing amazing things.
The DisabilityMarch was created because it was indispensable to give people with disabilities a chance to state their rights for medical care, but in fact, such a platform should be a part of every protest, shouldn't it?
Looking into a mirror, the black women asked "Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the finest of them all?". Today there is no such a question, however, in the 80s the answer would have been "the white one".
Two years ago Moscow Theater of Nations presented first inclusive theater performance in Europe. Today a new version of "Touch-ables" in collaboration with British and French directors and deaf-blind actors is going to come up.
Imagine yourself in a completely silent infinite space. Can you? Probably, it's not that simple. New York Guggenheim Museum now gives you a chance to do that.
BBC documentalist Adam Curtis explores the age of self-expressing, how the Power manipulates the masses, how the machines created a dream world. Basically, all his films are about an illusion we all stuck in.