Emma Uk, Brookdale Community College
The Arab-American artist’s colorful, original artwork will challenge what you think about immigration.
The terminology and etiquette surrounding the Muslim month of fasting might be new to you, but they’re not complicated.
The mixed-media artist explores beauty and black identity in the wake of the African diaspora.
With over 3,000 recognized emojis — including zombies, mermaids and vampires — how is it possible that the Afro community was entirely left out?
The artist makes inventive use of paper and pen to make art that feels childlike, but in reality is anything but.
Some basic safeguards can go a long way.
The artist’s installation is made of sculptures of lost faces, wounds, stories and histories of systematic oppression and racial violence.
The animator uses his YouTube shorts like public service announcements.
In the competition, graffiti and visual artists compete against each other to win the audience’s approval.
We have the right to freedom of speech, protest and religion, but not clean air or water.
The abstractionist, whose work was supposedly guided by the occult, is responsible for some of the 20th century’s most avant garde work.
The mixed-media artist makes you reevaluate everything you think you know, including Disney princesses, political figures and famous works of art.
The new law aims to tackle one of the most pervasive, but subtle forms of racism.
He’s one of the few artists creating new, old, soul music.
The work of the Senegalese artist is bold, symbolic and breathtaking.
Apple and chill sounds oddly enticing.
Involuntary rehab is at odds with medical ethics, but in line with disease treatment.
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