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Women of the Cold Mountains

Xu Shuang, Xichang, Sichuan Province, People's Republic of China 

24 hours, 24 women, 24 photographs. As is true of nearly everywhere on earth, the women captured in this photo series not only take care of their children and families....

Now We Know We Can Reclaim the World We Want: A Conversation with Pony Zion and Benji Hart

Benji Hart, Chicago, United States 
Pony Zion, New York City, United States 

On the evening of Friday, April 19th, 2019, at the invitation of ArtsEverywhere, Pony Zion (De’von Webster) and Benji Hart (Benji Ninja) gathered in a conference room at The New...

Vogue is Not for You: Deciding Who We Give Our Art To

Benji Hart, Chicago, United States 

This essay accompanies Benji Hart’s conversation with Pony Zion, “Now We Know We Can Reclaim the World We Want.” It was originally published on Benji Hart’s Radical Faggot blog on...

The Church of OVAH: Transcendence in the House Ballroom Scene

David E. Patiño, New York City, United States 

For centuries the Christian church has fractured time and time again when the Church did not or would not meet the needs of a community. The subsequent Christian denominations, sects,...

Live to be Legend

Robert Sember, New York City, United States 

In February this year, Arbert Santana, my friend and collaborator, died in a hospital in New York City. I miss him. Deeply. The last time I saw Arbert alive he...

400 Years of Inequality

Michael Roberson, New York City, United States 

400 Years of Inequality is a diverse coalition of organizations and individuals calling on everyone — families, friends, communities, institutions — to plan their own solemn observance of the anniversary...

Mediating Betrayal

Sidd Joag, New York City, United States 

Recent conversations at ArtsEverywhere with artists and journalists evoke perceptions of an imminent future marked by a further eradication of spaces for constructive civil discourse and disagreement. As social media...

Imagining Future Cities in an Age of Ecological Change

Ursula K. Heise, Los Angeles, United States 

The guidelines of the prompt were very simple. Stories had to be set in a city in the distant future (i.e. in or near the year 2099), be 1,000 words...

Horizontes Errantes (Wandering Horizons)

Eduardo Carrera, Quito, Ecuador 

Artists: Jonathas de Andrade (Brasil), Pilar Quinteros, (Chile), David Guarnizo, (Colombia), Christian Salablanca (Costa Rica), María José Argenzio, (Ecuador), Karina Aguilera Skvirsky, (Ecuador), Angélica Alomoto (Ecuador), Rometti Costales (Francia &...

Curse of Geography: Boriquén, Part 1

Karla Claudio-Betancourt, Santurce, Puerto Rico 
Esteban Figueroa, Puerta de Tierra, Puerto Rico 
Sidd Joag, New York City, United States 

Text: Sidd Joag Video editing and camera: Karla Claudio-Betancourt Producer and director of video: Esteban Figueroa Additional footage: Saul Betancourt, Julio Fernandez A massive colonial figure made of steel and...

An Iceland Story: Artists Who Inspire Public Engagements

Jaroslav Anděl, Prague, Czech Republic / New York City, United States 

Folk singer, poet, and gay rights activist Hörður Torfason began his weekly demonstrations in front of the Parliament building in Reykjavik on October 11, 2008, a couple of days after...

Practices of Pleasure, Joy, and Release

Shawn Van Sluys, Guelph, Canada 

Every generation believes that their struggles in the face of socio-political global upheaval are worse than that of previous eras. Is today’s creeping darkness of rising nationalism, fascist authoritarianism, and...