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Tenuous Peace

Sidd Joag, New York City, United States 

Halloween in Derry is no small affair and is considered by some to be the best in the world. What started as a local tradition—free punch for getting dressed up—was...

Ni Una Más: Boricua Women Fight Misogyny with Art

Karla Claudio-Betancourt, Santurce, Puerto Rico 

It Was More than the Chat On the second week of protests calling for the resignation of former governor Ricardo RosellĂł, every Boricua on the island had eyes locked on...

(Non)Artistic Practices

Maja Hodošček, Celje, Slovenia 
Iva KovaÄŤ, Rijeka, Croatia 
Ivana HanaÄŤek, Zagreb, Croatia 
Ana Kutleša, Zagreb, Croatia 
KURS, Belgrade, Serbia 
Sherif Rushdy, Rijeka, Croatia 

The Cold Mountains: Photographs of the Nuosu in Southern Sichuan

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

Ancient Legends For the past ten years, I have been photographing the Nuosu (or Yi) ethnic minority, who reside mostly in Lishangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, known as the “Cold Mountains,”...

The Curse of Geography: Kachin State

Sidd Joag, New York City, United States 
Justin Kiersky, Denver, United States 

Chapter 1 – Holes in the Sky MYITKYINA, KACHIN STATE, NORTHERN MYANMAR The half-dozen works of art hanging on the bare wooden walls depict family scenes—they are painted in bold...

Protected: The Curse of Geography: Kachin State

Sidd Joag, New York City, United States 
Justin Kiersky, Denver, United States 

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The Importance of Bodies and Emotions in Political Action: A Feminist Performance Workshop in Chiapas

Claudia Rosas RĂ­os, San Cristobal de Las Casas, Mexico 

Text by Claudia Rosas Rio Translated by Dani d’Emilia Images by Gio Leal Editor’s Note This is a story of a collaboration between two women’s organizations in the Mexican state...

We Are All Musicians

Jesse Stewart, Ottawa, Canada 

Founded in 2012 by Juno award-winning composer/performer Jesse Stewart, “We Are All Musicians” (WAAM) is dedicated to making music accessible to everyone. The guiding philosophy behind the project is the...

Towards Braiding: A new publication

Elwood Jimmy, Toronto, Canada 
Vanessa de Oliveira Andreotti, Vancouver, Canada 

Towards Braiding, a book available here as a PDF and the accompanying program of artist residencies, gatherings, workshops, and other forms of engagement are part of a learning journey that...

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...