Eiko Nishida shares her evolution from two-dimensional art to interactive installations at Tutu Gallery.
The drag kings scene in New York, led by Lee Valone Velour and others, shows that gender is performance.
After more than 40 years of activism and high-profile works of art, the legacy of the Guerrilla Girls continues to endure.
Andrea Bartine Caldarise’s paintings set out to tell a story. Open compositions filled with tension allow the viewer to blend in their own narrative.
Mel Reese’s work is built on a visual lexicon of abstract forms that simplify her own understanding of the world’s complexities.
Artist and AWT contributor Morgan Everhart recently completed a flower mural off of Grand and Suffolk Streets in the Lower East Side that commemorates the community’s perseverance through the pandemic. The communal…
Becca Van K’s artistic spirit is committed to tenderness and humor. Her work draws from the natural world, nostalgia, and comforting objects.
Shannon Burgess’s alter ego is a velociraptor named Ralph. Discussing her involvement in furry fandom, she explains how the community has shaped her life.
Rachel Ivers upholds LCVA’s objective to collect art that shows the importance of history and culture in a healthy, democratic society.
Suzanne Unrein’s art echoes references to mythology, art history, and personal experience in unique ways.
A recent nursing graduate and reformer-to-be, Lillian Wald believed in a strong correlation between poverty and disease.
Community developers throughout New York City are bringing urban planning to the people, ensuring that new spaces are both functional and fit for the neighborhood.
Poetry has always had the power to engage the oppressed. Right now, we are seeing poetry in its barest and rawest form.
Lesbian romance novels are growing in popularity. The Cliterary Society explains why they matter now more than ever.