Dream Wife, MUNA, Nilüfer Yanya, Porridge Radio and more share their hopes and dreams for a better year.
As marginalised performers find tech solutions to run the show, there is a lot riding on a smartphone and a data plan: their livelihood and the future of their artforms.
As the pandemic wrecks the metropolis with a crushing cost of living, we speak with those who had once migrated to the ‘City of Dreams’ to find fame and fulfilment.
Proceeds from the sales of this colourful collectible are going towards feeding the hungry.
It’s a tough time for all performers and artists but for queer ones who usually have fewer opportunities anyway, lockdowns have been devastating.
Bundles for sale include water pumps for irrigation, planting kits and seed starters among others.
The country is being praised for their “wellbeing” budget, which measures quality of life alongside money. But artists are still feeling the impact of funding cuts that have made it seemingly impossible to forge a fair living as a creative.
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These visual artists want you to focus your attention on healthy relationships, self-care, and gender equality on the most romantic day of the year.
Scott lists all the ways people in the arts can help maintain their craft.
We talk with Patrisse Cullors-Bignac and Damon Davis about black art becoming more than trauma and struggle.