Virginia Laurie, Washington and Lee University
Since social media has made art much more accessible than it has ever been in the past, why not take full advantage of it?
Jael Davis, DePaul University
It’s easy to get stuck when working on a creative project, but there are many strategies you can use to stay inspired.
L.R. Staples, Sarah Lawrence College
A cover by @mars_is_great is inspiring other users to include the song in videos of their own as they appreciate remarkable works.
Beth Nipper, University of Iowa
This weird and wonderful hobby is a facet of art many are unfamiliar with, but the growing medium is a creative showcase of the ingenuity of a niche group of artists.
Eva Halvax, University of Arizona
The EP channels anxieties toward a bleak reality, employing the upbeat nature of indie-pop alongside feelings of loss, emptiness and the desire to escape.
Rickea Bell, Saint Peter’s University
“I’d take a personal connection of 10,000 people over a commercial audience of a million.”
Lauren Prestia, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Even though he’s gone, the New Orleans funkmaster lives on through memories and samples alike.
Lauren Lambert, Southeastern Louisiana University
G-Eazy and Halsey are 2017’s Bonnie and Clyde.
Ashley Wertz, University of Pittsburgh
Whether you’re an artistic veteran or someone who can barely draw at all, these seven YouTubers will light an inspirational fire under your ass.
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