Graffiti Bombing New York With *67 Crew
We hit the streets with members of *67 Crew as they get up across New York City.
Pasting Up With Anonymous Street Artist Captain Eyeliner
Captain Eyeliner is an anonymous wheatpaste artist known for their colorful critters and quippy political messages.
Illegal Murals: Combining Street Art and Graffiti with Menaceresa
We follow the artistic duo Menceresa as they attempt their latest “run up,” or illegal mural, in Brooklyn.
CREATED WITH W HOTELS - WHY I DO IT
This Fashion Designer Turned Self-Expression Into a Non-Binary Clothing Line
Driven by self-expression, James Flemons seeks to create designs that are gender fluid and empower people of all identities. Created with W Hotels.
Making One of a Kind Knives in the Mountains of Vermont
Nick Anger is a bladesmith, woodworker, metallurgist, and chemist who creates utterly unique, custom Damascus steel knives.
This Mohawk burlesque dancer wants to decolonize sexuality among First Nations women
Mohawk burlesque dancer Lou Lou la Duchesse de Rière re-appropriates her sexuality with her art.
Scouring the Vintage Racks with Artist Alok
Alok is a poet, performance artists and fashion designer whose work confronts gender binary. They also have a sensational sense of style. We met up with them to try on some new outfits and talk about why clothing is political for them.
Back to School with Viral Dancer Donté Colley
Donté Colley is a dancer & creator who gained viral fame with his positive Instagram videos. We followed him as he visited the high school where his love of performing blossomed.
Grandma Techno Captures Detroit's Rave Culture
76-year-old Patricia Lay-Dorsey AKA Grandma Techno has been taking photos at Movement festival in Detroit since 2005. We talk with her about her new photo book and how today's dance music culture mirrors the ‘60s.
Humanizing Iconic Brands Through Art
Briony Douglas collected hundreds of items to create collage sculptures for her exhibition, Homage. Assembled to represent iconic brands, the pieces tell the story of the people behind brands we idolize. We went to her studio to see her work.
Unearthing the Vibrant History of Black Queer Activism
Legacies in Motion unearths the stories of activism from the Black LGBTQ communities throughout the ‘80s and ‘90s. We talk with the exhibit's curator about the erasure of Black queer history and how he wants to unite generations of activists.
Hooking Political Messages into 'Unwelcome Mats'
‘Progressive Discomfort’ is a new art exhibition of political hooked rugs. Seven artists made ‘Unwelcome Mats’, to address how spaces are inaccessible for marginalized groups. We talked to the curator of the exhibit and one of the artists.