Mary Shelley is more than just the author of the immensely popular and well-known novel “Frankenstein,” which inspired the creation of a new genre; she is also an intricate and deeply complex human being.
The three day symposium and competition is meant to build connections between young musicians and seasoned veterans, and to create a supportive place where young women can feel powerful.
Maha al Asaker is a Kuwaiti photographer based in New York City. Her work has been featured in numerous exhibitions in New York City, the United Arab Emirates, and Kuwait. This article features Maha’s newest work, as well as a brief interview about her start in photography and her various inspirations.
In a world where the tech sector is exploding, and “internet” is almost synonymous with “new jobs,” why are women still left out of the convo?
Pinay is a term for those who identify as Pilipina, but to many others and I, a Pinay stands for so much more.
On Sunday, November 15th, the Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA hosted a conversation with prominent writer and poet Ursula K. Le Guin on the art of storytelling.
The reason KiNG captivates her audience, regardless of whether she is talking to one person or hundreds, is the same trait that informs her poems: authenticity.
I’ve learned several tips to discourage unwanted smirks and potentially dangerous situations when trying to go for a run without having to sprint for my life.
Next year, New York-born Mexican-American conductor Alondra de la Parra will become the chief conductor for the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, and the first woman in that position.
Warm water permeates
Through dead epidermis
And razor mows stubble
From overgrown lawn legs.