Results related to “Art”
by Von Diaz on November 26 2013, 3:22PM
Pimprae Hiranprueck inserts herself into family photographs and landscapes of her home country in her ‘Intersecting the Parallels’ project.
by Von Diaz on October 30 2013, 7:00AM
Thirty five years after affirmative action, the number of women in construction remains flat. A travelling exhbition about the field’s sexism, racism—and physical danger—points to why those numbers remain so low.
by Julianne Hing on June 13 2013, 4:44PM
The series of customizable e-cards is a project from Strong Families, a reproductive justice organization.
by Julianne Hing on May 8 2013, 1:05PM
Their statement comes just as the Senate takes up its immigration bill.
by Jorge Rivas on April 12 2013, 10:43AM
The work is designed to be placed on the street to add the presence of strong women in that environment to combat street harassment.
by Julianne Hing on March 29 2013, 6:00AM
In the fight for immigration reform, the parents of undocumented youth are regularly chastised for their immigration misdeeds. An undocumented Arizona photographer wants to change the conversation.
by Jamilah King on March 18 2013, 10:28AM
Because, duh. They belong where harassment happens.
by Jorge Rivas on February 24 2013, 10:51AM
Gomez’s installation includes cardboard cutouts of the Oscar statue, a housekeeper and gardener.
by Julianne Hing on February 14 2013, 6:45PM
Simultaneously skewering Islamophobia and Valentine’s Day with sharp political humor.
by Julianne Hing on December 19 2012, 9:10AM
Baltimore-based graphic designer and artist Andrea Pippins talks to Colorlines about her new four-art poster series.
Topics: Arts & Culture
by Jorge Rivas on December 4 2012, 12:50PM
The list highlights notable designers, Olympians, filmmakers, writers and innovators.
by Jorge Rivas on October 16 2012, 12:45PM
The infamous photographer Terry Richardson snapped pictures of Oprah Winfrey for the November issue of “Harper’s Bazaar.”
by Jorge Rivas on August 30 2012, 10:46AM
Angelica Dass’ project “Humanae” uses people’s skin color to complete a human Pantone chart.
by Jorge Rivas on August 13 2012, 2:32PM
Gabby Douglas will return to her hometown of Virginia Beach, Va to find a new 9-by-30 foot mural made in her honor.
by Jorge Rivas on June 5 2012, 2:31PM
Gomez hopes his works shed light on the unseen laborers who keep homes and lawns and care for youngsters.
by Jorge Rivas on May 10 2012, 7:09PM
Mexican-American artist Ramiro Gomez has a message for Obama: “We’re all Americans.”
by Jorge Rivas on May 9 2012, 10:45AM
A 25-year old Mexican American artist is forcing drivers in Beverly Hills to think about it’s workforce with art.
by Jorge Rivas on April 19 2012, 11:15AM
A Swedish organization promoting the rights of people of African origin on Tuesday called for the minister to resign for participating in a “tasteless, racist spectacle” that’s made international headlines