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Future Feminism Exhibition at 'O' Space

Future Feminism Exhibition at ‘O’ Space

  While no teleportation machines exist (yet), for those fortunate enough to be in Denmark this weekend you’ll want to attend the closing weekend of FUTURE FEMINISM, an iconic feminist performance series from Anohni, Kembra Pfahler and Johanna Constantine. Running from mid-August to its closing night on September 3rd, FUTURE FEMINISM combines performances, talks, workshops...
Artist Spotlight: Alexis Palmer

Artist Spotlight: Alexis Palmer

All Collages By: Alexis Palmer ( Tumblr ) Residing in New York City, 18-year old Alexis Palmer will be attending Parsons School of Design in the fall. You can keep up to date with her work on her art Instagram here, as well as her personal Instagram here.            
Andre Veloux: Building Blocks of Change

Andre Veloux: Building Blocks of Change

  British pop artist Andre Veloux expresses social commentary on gender and femininity through the use of a creative medium – Lego bricks. After teaming up with the Krause Gallery in the Lower East Side of New York, they committed to continue working together and will be exhibiting a collection of Veloux’s pieces for the...
SXSW Music: An Interview with Emily Nokes of Tacocat

SXSW Music: An Interview with Emily Nokes of Tacocat

  Upon listening to Tacocat, you can’t help but dance and groove along to their energetic power pop-punk tunes. Self described as “feminist sci-fi”, Tacocat’s quirky melodies and tongue in cheek feminist lyrics were a breath of fresh air last week at SXSW in Austin, Texas. Vocalist Emily Nokes took a moment to answer some...
Myth

Myth

Photographer: Ashley Armitage Featuring: Chase Hagar and Irene Bowen   Ashley Armitage is a 21-year-old photographer from Seattle currently majoring in photography at UW. Her work is an exploration of what it means to represent femininity through a woman’s viewpoint and not through a man’s fantasy. Over the last few months, she has focused on...
#YesAllWomen

#YesAllWomen

A few months ago, I applied for a great job at a boutique near my school in downtown Boston. But between polishing my resume and selecting a killer interview outfit, I worried about something seemingly inconsequential: the walk home from work. If I landed the job, I would be working past dusk most days and...

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