Deshia Dunn, Central Michigan University
The event, an annual student fashion show in Austin, represents a year’s work for Spencer and twenty other students.
Before it reinvented itself in slam, poetry was tired and increasingly out of touch. Now, it’s a force of change.
Loftin, a Photography major, exposes the subtlety of racist representation through bright, minimalist shots of hooded black boys.
To encourage heterogeneity, an open invitation is not enough.
Two artists, working in different fields and from different generations, connect over a shared experience.
Rapper SwoozyDolphin talks his Detroit upbringing and how his background in jazz informs his sound.
In an economic market that’s bad even when it’s good, creative entrepreneurs are making their own jobs now more than ever.
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