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Three Artists On The Expansion of Work, Creativity and Caregiving In A Pandemic

"Pandemic life changed my relationship with my studio back to what it had once been, not somewhere of guilt and stolen time but a sanctuary where I need to be to be my full self, and consequently the best parent and partner as well."

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A Conversation with Create To Stop Hate Founder and Artist, Janel Foo

"I’m proud of having a place for people that are looking for a way to support the AAPI community to come to get information and discover our huge community of artists, and I’m just proud of building this initiative that started as such a small, simple idea."


Five Minutes Of Escapism For Your Day

This week might just be the longest of the year thus far—thankfully we've got a quick break for you in the form of online levity.


Support Small Seattle: Culture Directory

We're supporting the small businesses of our hometown Seattle—the local establishments we adore and that need our help now more than ever.


20 Hispanic Artists You Should Follow Right Now

It's National Hispanic Heritage Month! Arts & Culture Editor, Nora Gomez-Strauss​, has created a list of 20 inspiring Hispanic creatives to follow on Instagram in support of their passionate artistic pursuits.


Tracy Rocca On Her Upcoming Show, The Realities of Being A "Working Artist" and The Importance of Supporting Women In The Arts

"I’ve never made a choice to paint or create art, it’s something I’ve always had to do. There’s something I’m trying to communicate, and I continually experiment with paint in an attempt to say it."


A Conversation with Photographer, Joni Sternbach

Joni Sternbach's collection of work spans years, cities, subjects and landscapes. Her evolution to surf culture was not intentional or planned, but the images she has created offer a timeless look at the ocean and the photographic process.


The (Weekend) Edit

A few thoughts from around the web this week that gave us pause to consider our view of the world.

Art Made Between Opposite Sides by Tanya Aguiñiga, 2017_Photograph by Gina Clyne, Courtesy of AMBOS Project

Meet Suzy Delvalle: The Woman Turning Artists' Visions Into Realities as President & Executive Director of Creative Capital in New York City

As President and Creative Director at Creative Capital, a nonprofit support organization for artists, Suzy helps foster creativity from start to finish, providing artists with the support they need throughout their process while encouraging them to create the most groundbreaking and honest work they're capable of. We sit down with Suzy to discuss her trajectory into this truly rewarding career and the importance of community for those working in artistic fields.