April Werle is a Filipino-American muralist exploring identity through bursts of color, simple geometry, and Michelangelesque hand gestures.
Lady Gaga's Chromatica mixes the concepts of installation art and pop music to create a portable world-building experience.
A three-part analysis of "Mother Made Me" by Marlo Crocifisso.
Vittorio Pelosi the founder of Intentism, a new art movement that rejects the postmodern death of the artist.
Who holds the moral high ground in the abortion debate? How we clarify our attitude towards IVF will bring us closer to the answer.
Human beings need purpose — a sense of belonging. When living in the void, identity becomes everything.
Is chaos feminine? Is order masculine? The human spirit is too complex to be wholly feminine or masculine, chaotic or controlled.
Close reading analysis of "The Flea" by John Donne.
Close reading analysis of "Because I could not stop for Death" by Emily Dickinson, read by Kim Kozlewski.
In 1909, famed Irish novelist James Joyce sent letters to his future wife Nora Barnacle, writing perhaps the most perverse, yet oddly poetic love letters