An interview between the artist and the curator Katie Hector.
Leah Lizarondo shares her experience of launching a startup designed to eliminate food waste.
Sharon Davis’ firm is a launching pad for collaborative design practice dedicated to human-centered environments around the globe.
Feb 26–May 2: “Young, Gifted and Black,” a NYC exhibition of 50 contemporary works of emerging artists that explore race, class, politics and human dignity.
Marian Anderson used her rejection and status to shine a light on racial inequality and unite Americans.
Even as a sex columnist, sex is not what comes to mind for Sid Azmi when thinking about pleasure. Azmi’s ultimate indulgence is “time of one’s own.”
LSD. Lysergic acid diethylmide. Who knows what that is? Not me.
Joan Didion, who had long resisted being the subject of a documentary, granted her relatives use of a host of unseen material.
In her photo series “Monankim,” Nigerian photographer Jenevieve Aken captures the entry into womanhood as experienced through the women of the Bakor people.
A small group of highly trained women bear a heavy responsibility for clearing landmines in order to bring the region back to life.
Gertrude Elion fought for her place in the lab to treat leukemia, AIDS, and herpes.
After almost 30 years in the design world, Kim Holden switched careers and founded “Doula x Design” to support women as a birth and postpartum doula.
As a Queer, cisgender woman who is black but is often mistaken as white, artist Christina Quarles engages with the world from different positions.
“How trusting my female bosses just because they were women could have led to disaster.” By Jane Madembo