Friday, July 10, 2020

Visual Arts & Music

Behind Bars

As people all over the world take to the streets and the polling booths demanding a just and merciful justice system, it is important that we remember to speak up for those without the freedom to march or vote.
Split by Sarah Solon


"I used the technique of stippling, or the art of mark-making using numerous small dots..."
Picked by Tali Afrah


Artist Tali Afrah captures the transition into summer, giving hope to what the future may bring.
38th and Chicago by Ruby Stillman

38th and Chicago

"When I captured these moments, I had no idea of the ripple effect this protest would have or of the revolution that would ensue."
Say His Name, Say Their Name by Gertie Angel

Say His Name, Say Their Names

"...the perpetual American attack on Black lives and the continual exploitation of Black bodies reflects that there has never been any true sanctuary for Black Americans."
I Spy by Eliana Shapere

I Spy

Eliana creates a collage that challenges the viewer to consider violence, history, and pop culture.
Labels by Annie Poole


We all get labeled, but how often are we right in our judgement of others?
Abandonment by Tali Feen


A visualization of abandonment and the abnormal power of nature.
Pixels of Me by Annie Poole

Pixels of Me

Annie's painting depicts the "depersonalized effect social media can have on people’s perceptions of self."
Glitch by Alex Berman


" I continue to discover who I am, I often feel just slightly out of focus."
Peeking by Julie Edelstein


That magic moment of capturing a wild animal as it captures you...


A photograph that captures what's important: maintaining hope and facing towards the light.

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