Ping Fu created and managed a 3D company despite all odds.
Commissioning Editor Rebecca Morrill shares insights on “Great Women Artists” and how it can help to shift the conversation around gender in art.
Bina Bhattacharyya, Associate Partner at Robert A.M. Stern Architects and design leader in the office, oversees projects across the United States and China.
We spoke with three mental health professionals to understand the medical realities of anxiety.
Architect and editor Julia Gamolina shares how her love of architecture led her to launch the women-focused platform, Madame Architect.
Kimberly Dowdell is a licensed architect and frequent speaker on the topic of the future of architecture.
Being a salesperson doesn’t always come easily, but cannabis entrepreneur Nicole Skibola explains how you can make it work for you.
Art advisory Sidel & McElwreath seeks to unite all artists and create diversity in art
How Kathy Griffin capitalized on her reputation as a D-list actress.
After changing her will shortly before her death, Baroness Agnes von Bruhn’s sanity gets called into question by those she leaves behind. Determined to make her unbelievable life believable, the Baroness leaves behind clues to defend who she was in her lifetime.
Sadako Sasaki is the most widely-known “hibakusha”—which roughly translates to “bomb-affected person”—and has become a symbol of the impact of nuclear war.
Marion Donovan’s frustration at constantly having to change and wash her children’s soiled diapers, bed sheets and clothes resulted in the first disposable diaper.
Often considered a musical prodigy, in 2011 Esperanza Spalding became the first jazz musician to win a Grammy for Best New Artist.
ICOM seeks to bring to light the relationship between politics and art.