Category: Creativity

How Black Women Artists Fight Racism And Identity Disguise

Black Women Artists for Black Lives Matter is a collective that unites black feminist women against problems of racial discrimination and its institutionalisation. Now they explore strategies that structure human's identity at the exhibition called THREE.: On Visibility and Camouflage.

/ July 24, 2017

Dandelion Wine Collective: Live The Drawing Diversity

Have you ever thought that the kings of this drawing industry used to be abundantly whitewashed?  Dandelion Wine Collective is a project that opens a path to underrepresented artists, characters, and topics.

/ July 19, 2017

A Piece Of Work: When Modern Art Seems A Joke Abbi Jacobson Is Not Kidding

Have you ever walked around galleries with this “What the hell is going on?!” face? Broad City's Abbi Jacobson hosts a podcast to help you solve the mystery of modern art.

/ July 19, 2017

Halsey Inc: How To Make Yourself A Brand

Multitasking is a new defining feature of modern people heading to success. Singer and CEO in one person Halsey shows how  the business mind can boost an artistic career. How does it works - to make yourself a business?

/ July 18, 2017

Tribal Beauty: How Native Fashion Now Makes A Tradition Trendy

Tradition and “going to the roots” sounds a little bit old-fashioned and conservative, doesn’t it? But Native American designers from Native Fashion Now project proved that “indigenous” equals “trendy” today and that minority nations are not minor in fashion industry.

/ July 18, 2017

Point 453: How Ethan Paisley Is Changing The Scene Of Youth Documentary

Think documentary-making is reserved only for the old and wise? Think again. A 16-year-old Ethan Paisley has debuted at the Festival de Cannes 2017 with his feature film Point 453, and there is much more to his story and flourishing career. 

/ July 14, 2017

Dance To Protest: How FLEXN Evolution Confronts Social Inequality

If art is a boat on the flow called society, then FLEXN Evolution is a paddle, daunting its severe waves. Just recently street artists have got on to the walls of the galleries and scenes of great halls, while today their projects aim to empower social...

/ July 14, 2017

This Intimate Podcast By Sex Therapist Esther Perel Is An Absolute Must-Listen

Esther Perel found a way to make intimate therapy sessions help more people than just the two. In her podcast, Where Should We Begin, couples of diverse backgrounds let others listen in on their stories and struggles.

/ July 6, 2017

How Kitchen Connection Is Using Tech To Feed People Around The World

An interactive social network for all of us - food lovers - is stealing the show. Inspired by a personal experience, Earlene Cruz created Kitchen Connection, a platform "where the love of food could be the source of peace and cultural exchange for others". 

/ July 6, 2017