Indigenous artists spend a lifetime learning their skills. Far more than an art form, the work is a visible representation of cultural survival.
“I don’t know what came over me—I guess the cockiness of complete ignorance.”
True healing, Maté contends, requires a recognition of mind, body, and community.
For the vacant lots on Peters Road, Thom approached as many of their owners as he could find, begging them to let him design their houses free of charge.
Twinkling accessories bring much-needed cheer as the sun wanes.
The human need for community drives us forward to create, succeed, explore—even at our most individual, we only reach our potential as part of a community.
At a time when arts organizations are falling back on pop culture, Walerski is doubling down on original and challenging artworks.
When Menya Itto launched in March, only 30 bowls of ramen were offered the first day. They sold out fast.
Always and forever.