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Artist Will Deliver Baby as Performance Art

This month Brooklyn artist Marni Kotak will deliver her first child in a gallery as a work of art. The Birth of Baby X is a […]

Art, Artists, The WIP Talk

Feminist in Wonderland: The Women of Comic Con

by Andrea Dulanto –USA– When attending an event produced by Wizard World, it is hard not to feel a bit geeky. Currently on tour throughout the […]

Artists, Arts & Culture, Feature Articles, Feminism

Art Imitating Life: Berlin Through the Eyes of Käthe Kollwitz

by Brittany Shoot – Denmark – This year marks the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Celebrations for the historic occasion have been […]

Artists, Arts & Culture, Berlin, Europe, Feature Articles, Germany, Health, Motherhood, Teaching & Learning, World War II

Artists Make Art Because They Must

by Nancy Van Ness – USA – Forty Years Ago – I was flying. The other dancers and I, in lines, executed jumps across the studio, […]

Artists, Arts & Culture, Feature Articles, Theater & Dance, United States

The Life or Slow Death of American Artists

by Nancy Van Ness – USA – As director of a performing ensemble, one of the joys of my life is to support other artists and […]

Artists, Arts & Culture, Children's Rights, Feature Articles, Teaching & Learning, Theater & Dance, United States

“Wings of the Butterfly”: Employing Women’s Art to Shift Modern Paradigms

by María Suárez Toro – Costa Rica/Puerto Rico – In Costa Rica, a multidisciplinary group of women artists, scientists, activists and academics is producing a musical, […]

Artists, Arts & Culture, Costa Rica, Feature Articles, Latin America, The World, Theater & Dance, Women's Empowerment

Guerrilla Girls: Protesting the Art World With a Primate Punch—Part II

by Hayward Hawks Marcus – USA – So, after just a little investigation, it seems it’s still mostly a white-man’s art world. Ever the optimist, I […]

Activism, Artists, Arts & Culture, Feature Articles, Gender Discrimination, Gender Equality, New York City, Social Change, The World, United States

Guerrilla Girls: Protesting the Art World With a Primate Punch—Part I

by Hayward Hawks Marcus – USA – Who could have predicted that I would one day interview artist Frida Kahlo? Not via Ouija board, mind you, […]

Activism, Artists, Arts & Culture, Feature Articles, Gender Discrimination, Gender Equality, New York City, The World, United States

Ecole Hostalet

by D-L Nelson France Not having any business experience didn’t stop artist-sculptor, Cristina Schønberg, from creating an arts and culture center in the tiny Catalan village […]

Artists, Arts & Culture, Europe, Feature Articles, France