Rosi Golan: Music of Time and Place

Rosi Golan: Music of Time and Place

My favorite thing is when you write a song and you don't realize what it's about yet and then in hindsight you realize you were processing something you were going through at the time.
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JD King: Timeless Charm

JD King: Timeless Charm

JD King is many things. He’s a multi-instrumentalist (he taught himself how to play the bass, saxophone, and flute at a young age), a photographer, producer, a sartorial vision from another era.
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I Scream, Therefore I Exist: A Conversation with Antonia Wright

I Scream, Therefore I Exist: A Conversation with Antonia Wright

The goal of my work is not to harm myself. I start with the image/idea and work backward through the logistics.
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Walking Every Line: A Q&A with Xaviera Simmons

Walking Every Line: A Q&A with Xaviera Simmons

It's been quite a mentally violent "awakening". OVERLAY is actually a poetic answer to the kind of violence we are enduring, especially as that violence relates to women's bodies and women's civil, political and personal rights.
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Alt + Esc: No Vacancy II

Alt + Esc: No Vacancy II

The founders of Alt + Esc share why they’re rebelling against the traditional art world.
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Ambre Kelly & Andrew Gori: Escaping the Art Fair Norm with SPRING/BREAK

Ambre Kelly & Andrew Gori: Escaping the Art Fair Norm with SPRING/BREAK

Established and emerging artists share rooms, for free, in underused and historic New York City spaces. We approve everything that comes in, not only for quality control, but for our sense of its relevance in the current cultural climate and our own personal tastes.
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Ema Ryan Yamazaki: Monkey Business & The Curious Adventures of George’s Creators

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The biggest challenge in making this documentary for the past two years has been figuring out how to gather the funds... I seemed to be stuck in a chicken-and-egg situation where I needed to show the film to receive funding, but I couldn't make the film without funding.

Guno Park

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I draw everyday. Sometimes for 6-8 hours and sometimes for one hour. I usually draw on the train too on my commutes. I love to draw. It brings me joy to draw everyday. It's like a visual journal.

Interview with Brooks Brown: Young Wonder

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Living in Kansas was a hinderance at first, but being so separated from what I thought was the “place to be” in music pushed me to meet some people outside my sphere and get out of my comfort zone. The dynamic is so much different when you’re collaborating in person versus online. In person, picking up someone’s style, vibe, charisma, etc. is almost instantaneous.