Let's Get Digital

by Adam Trinh

With the use of computers, image-editing software and, of course, the Internet, digital artists are not only able to manifest their ideas into a visual form, but can also share their work with a larger audience.

Busy City, Busy Lens

by Stephen Leithwood

All over the globe, people of all ages maintain their own photoblogs. In some ways, these pictures can be a portal to an unknown culture- an open window to the other side of the world.

Broken Records and White Noise

by Andrew Seale

It is the sound of a turntable needle scraping against a badly burnt copy of the Sex Pistols’ Never Mind the Bollocks. It is records stomped on, cut, broken and reassembled, scratched, damaged then played. It is sound art.

An Artistic Remedy

by Ethan Rotberg

From ancient times through to the present, philosophers, historians and scientists have written and spoken of the arts as a therapeutic agent, but it was not until the 1970s that it was taught as art therapy.

Discerning Eyes

by Rob Titus

Photographers around the globe, in pursuit of thought-provoking and unconventional beauty, are focusing their lenses on a world too tiny for pedestrian viewing. The world is the one seen and photographed through a microscope.

No Man's Land

by Michelle Chang

The biggest misconception about female emcees “is that we all suck, that all we do is talk about boys in our songs or materialistic things,” says Eternia. “[They think] that we can’t hold our own on stage with dudes because we’re sensitive.”

Urban Playgrounds

by Puja Uppal

Imagine a typical day of riding the subway and at the next stop a group of teens dressed in outrageous costumes pile in and begin having a party. That’s what the group that calls themselves Newmindspace did last December. 

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