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Made in the Image of God: Art, Feminist Theology and Caroline Mackenzie

Grace Ji-Sun Kim | Posted 03.06.2015 | Religion
Grace Ji-Sun Kim

My theological writings arise from my personal journey through faith and doubt, difficulties and joys. Many of our encounters with God inform our theology, make us who we are, and shape our living. I position my writings to reflect this part of my life that I try to live out as faithfully as I can.

For Artists, Divorce Means Splitting Up the (Art) Assets

Daniel Grant | Posted 03.03.2015 | Arts
Daniel Grant

For the artist, but just as much for the spouse -- particularly if there are ongoing financial interests between the two or children who will need to be supported -- the goal must be to maintain the art career with as little interruption as possible.

The Extraordinary Liana Yaroslavsky

Golriz Moeini | Posted 03.02.2015 | Style
Golriz Moeini

Her life would actually make for an incredible Hollywood script. She is anything but ordinary. She is unforgettable and distingué.

Chalk Painting Festival Brings Out the Best in Lake Worth

Tom Falco | Posted 02.24.2015 | Miami
Tom Falco

We enjoyed all the artwork which would be gone in the next day or so. The streets are open again to traffic at 7 pm on Sunday night and within a day or so, this chalk art will be gone. Truly ephemeral.

Artist-Dealer Relationships Often Seem Like Marriages (for Better and Worse)

Daniel Grant | Posted 02.20.2015 | Arts
Daniel Grant

Relationships are what bring artists and dealers together, and relationships (artist-collector or dealer-collector) sell works of art.

New York Moments

Roxie Sarhangi | Posted 02.17.2015 | Travel
Roxie Sarhangi

When I lived in New York City, I loved taking photographs. The vibrant fall leaves. The historic, welcoming brownstones. And of course, the people of the city. New York's energy is exhilarating.

The School of the Heartist -- Days of Founding a New School

Yanna Bat Adam, Heartist | Posted 02.12.2015 | Arts
Yanna Bat Adam, Heartist

It was time for me to speak more directly than I could with paintings -- to speak with living people -- in particular, those for whom creativity is a strong impulse that is sometimes problematic.

Failure and Criticism Can 'Mean' You're a Pro: What I've Learned From Steven Pressfield and Taylor Swift

Isa Adney | Posted 02.05.2015 | Entertainment
Isa Adney

In whatever you're doing, model Taylor and don't stop moving. Don't let the mean people take a second of your time. Focus it on the great work you're doing and the things you're pursuing, and then focus on doing them really well.

Inside New York's Art World: An Interview With Hilary Harkness

David Galenson | Posted 02.05.2015 | Arts
David Galenson

"New York City is a good match for me. My practice is solitary and time-intensive and I need to make the time spent out of the studio count. Living here makes seeing a wide variety of art and connecting with other artists easy, which is essential to me."

There May Never Be a Good Brunch Place in South Central

Vanessa Carmichael | Posted 02.02.2015 | Los Angeles
Vanessa Carmichael

In the case of Los Angeles, it is scary to think that it may someday become what its politicians have designed it to be, a city for the few uber rich and the many domestic workers who maintain their homes and gardens.

Midlife Matters: Menopause, Sexuality and Women's Health" will feature frank talk on topics too often ignored

Kathy Kastan | Posted 01.29.2015 | Fifty
Kathy Kastan

Healthcare providers -- and the rest of us -- need to recognize that these very personal health concerns are more common than we think. And PFD issues affect the overall wellness of women and their partners.

CultureZohn: Down Havana Way: Why Artists Are the Hope for Normalization

Patricia Zohn | Posted 01.28.2015 | Arts
Patricia Zohn

When I ask Alicia Alonso about the thaw in US-Cuban relations, the historic events of the week and if she is happy about that, she simply says, "Who wouldn't be?"

Your Sherpa to All Things Disruption - James McQuivey

Ondi Timoner | Posted 01.13.2015 | Technology
Ondi Timoner

If you're looking to follow someone who has their fingerprint on the leading edge of disruption, look no further than James McQuivey. He is VP & Principal Analyst at Forrester Research.

Who Owns Student Artwork?

Daniel Grant | Posted 01.13.2015 | Arts
Daniel Grant

Going to college (for art students and everyone else) is an opportunity to be exposed to a wide range of ideas, academic and practical pursuits, but by enrolling in a college both the student and the institution enter into a legally binding agreement.

The 'Somebody' Syndrome: Are We Milestone Biased?

Kat Cowley | Posted 01.12.2015 | Healthy Living
Kat Cowley

This isn't about hurtful comment vindication. Upsetting comments and their narrators will come and go -- what it is about a collective cultural tolerance.

Gentrification: Artists in Emeryville Saw It Coming

John M. Eger | Posted 03.05.2015 | Impact
John M. Eger

Unfortunately, given the cost of housing in some areas of the country--usually attributable to the artists and/or the art and cultural districts, which have grown up around them--it is probably too late. A crisis is looming.

Against Odds, Nigerian Artists Make It Happen

Ruthie Abel | Posted 02.28.2015 | Arts
Ruthie Abel

While somewhat distanced from the country's worst violence, with daily power cuts and nearly half of the population living below the national poverty line, Lagos is by no means a simple place to make or experience art.

New Wave Women: Pulse and Nada

Catherine Corman | Posted 02.28.2015 | Arts
Catherine Corman

"By photographing these marginal details; stains, traces, dust, dirt, I bring them to the center of vision, allowing them to exist and prevail," she says, in an attempt to foreground "the abjectness of the otherwise invisible."

Live in the Vineyard Selects Artists With a Key Ingredient: A Big Heart

Alexis Sclamberg | Posted 02.22.2015 | Entertainment
Alexis Sclamberg

Last month, I had the honor of attending Live in the Vineyard, a magical (and exclusive) music, food and wine festival in Napa, California. Twice a ye...

The Girlfriend's Guide to Book Giving This Season

Suzanne Kingsbury | Posted 02.16.2015 | Books
Suzanne Kingsbury

Better than turtle doves or maids-a-milking, these 12 books will satisfy everyone on your list from the reader who digs a great beach read to the one who is (lovably) meticulous.

Photographers, Don't Think You Need to Register Your Copyrights? Think Again

Heather Hummel | Posted 02.16.2015 | Arts
Heather Hummel

So many people get caught up in the fact that "you don't have to register the copyrights to your work because it's copyrighted the moment you create it." However, if you want real protection and legal hold when it comes to your work being stolen (copyright infringement), it's worth the few minutes and few dollars to register it.

Olafur Eliasson: Advice to the Young

Louisiana Channel | Posted 02.15.2015 | Arts
Louisiana Channel

"Artists should have confidence in the fact that making a drawing is changing the world." Danish-Icelandic artist, Olafur Eliasson, here presents his strong and personal advice to young artists.

Robert Longo: I Am an Image Thief

Louisiana Channel | Posted 02.15.2015 | Arts
Louisiana Channel

Does copying other prominent artists such as Jackson Pollock really make you an artist?

The One Habit of Successful People Those Lists Forget to Mention

Kate Bartolotta | Posted 02.13.2015 | Healthy Living
Kate Bartolotta

This month, may you let go of doing what's always been done if it has ceased to serve. May you widen your eyes with curiosity instead of fear at the approaching new year. And may you look at each blank page, empty stage, clean canvas and new day as the beginning of a grand experiment.

An Artist With a Big, Blue Heart Fights ALS

Mark Malinowski | Posted 02.10.2015 | Impact
Mark Malinowski

Finding success at an early age, Tobie Giddio began illustrating advertisements for Bergdorf Goodman soon after graduating from college. The ads were somewhat iconic and ran through the end of the '80s.