Their bodega-style pop-ups foster connections between Filipino-American artists while celebrating and exploring cultural identity.
London-based art collective Muslim Sisterhood want to “represent ‘normal’ Muslim girls who aren’t bloggers, fashionistas or Bake Off winners.”
A Kafka-esque battle for downtown space has put Brazil’s electronic music collectives and established nightclubs on opposite teams.
CANADA director and co-founder Lope Serrano infuses his work with wonder and eroticism.
Laser machines project an array of dynamic light patterns on to the walls of Silo-Auto.
The CLTV is an organization in Memphis, TN working diligently to create a platform for Black artists in their city.
Killjoy Collective in Portland, OR is a feminist alternative gallery space giving a platform to women and women-identifying artists in the Pacific Northwest and beyond.
Steve LaRiccia and the New Zone Arts Collective are fighting to keep Eugene’s fine arts community alive.
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Opened by two art school grads, TCC Chicago is a gallery and art store focused on up-and-coming creators.
Co-founders Nico Mazza and Arianne Keegan want to create a safe, judgment free space for women and women-identifying individuals to share online.
Small Engine Gallery in Albuquerque shines a light on local artists.