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Q & A With Web Comic Illustrator Olivia Stephens

Q & A With Web Comic Illustrator Olivia Stephens

“Art has always been important to me. As a child my brother and I entertained ourselves with nubs of crayon and printer paper. In the 8th grade I saved enough… Read more »

Artist Appreciation: Kara Walker

Artist Appreciation: Kara Walker

I was recently exposed to the work of artist Kara Walker thanks to my Art History professor. In my Art History class, we watched an Art21 Episode where Walker talked… Read more »

An Appreciation of Jenny Holzer

An Appreciation of Jenny Holzer

“I used language because I wanted to offer content that people, not necessarily art people, could understand.” – Jenny Holzer Jenny Holzer attended art school college level and graduate level… Read more »

Women Every Woman Needs to Know: Carmen De Lavallade

Women Every Woman Needs to Know: Carmen De Lavallade

Name: Carmen De Lavallade Occupation: Dancer, Choreographer, Professor, and Actress  Birthday: March 6, 1931 (Age 83) Birthplace: Los Angeles, California Zodiac Sign: Pisces With a scholarship to study under modern dance pioneer Lester… Read more »

Women Every Woman Needs to Know: Sylvia Plath

Women Every Woman Needs to Know: Sylvia Plath

Name: Sylvia Plath Occupation: Poet, Novelist, Short Story Writer Birthday: October 27, 1932 Birthplace: Boston, Massachusetts Death: February 11, 1963 (age 30) Place of Death: London, England Education: Smith College,… Read more »

10 Spoken Word Poems to Get You Through the Week

10 Spoken Word Poems to Get You Through the Week

Image by Grant via Flickr/ Creative Commons From Adriane and Lauren Andrea Gibson, “The Madness Vase” Rives, “Mockingbird” Phil Kaye, “Teeth” Sarah Kay, “If I Should Have a Daughter” Shane… Read more »

Celebrating Culture: Dia de los Muertos

Celebrating Culture: Dia de los Muertos

Note from founder: Dakotah M. Spent her weekend at Birmingham’s Dia de Los Muertos celebration and was kind enough to share the visual experience with us through photographs. Dia de… Read more »

Reading Wrong

Reading Wrong

I do not know how to read books. Well, I don’t know how to read poetry either, but maybe that’s a discussion for another time. This may seem like an… Read more »

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