"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."
Art has the ability to give hope, transform, and lead to action. And while you are scrolling, please remember the best way to honor the Latinx and Hispanic community is to vote on November 3!
Arts & Culture Editor, Nora Gomez-Strauss, spoke with Ground Floor Gallery owner Krista Scenna about life in the arts right now and raising children in this volatile time.
"Be as kind to yourself, your family, your neighbors, and strangers as you can right now. Everyone is moving through this time in their own way. And if you aren’t one already, you can try pretending to be a working artist moving through a rough patch."
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.
Meet Frances Tulk-Hart, the artist, activist and mother who is bringing continued awareness to the immigration crisis with her platform @2000Taken.
We chat with Sallyann Corn about building community, supporting American-made goods, and uniting with other independent artists and designers through her involvement in a unique coast-to-coast collective called JOIN.
Arts & Culture Editor, Nora Gomez Strauss, took a look at the season's art openings happening all across the country and made a list of the ones we're anticipating most (with dates and links for easy reference).
Lisa Congdon's latest book is both visually and thematically inspiring. A Glorious Freedom reminds us there is much to live and learn over the age of 40.