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It’s been five years since I’ve graduated college. A few weeks ago, my classmates and I reconnected for our reunion, and this is a snippet of what happened.
It was great to rekindle friendships that time and space had kind of slowed, and I learned so much through the conversations and
Apr 22 | Webinar: Current Trends in Public Art 2- Public Art & Social Practice (Americans for the Arts)
This is the second part of a three part discussion series on new topics and trends in the public art field. Participants will hear from Jules Rochielle, Founder, Researcher, and Curator of the Social Practices Art Network (SPAN), a resource for individuals, organizations, community groups, and institutions that are interested
Often in my journey, I am asked my opinion on different experiences, affiliations, and networks that other young changemakers are pursuing. Recently, I was asked about my opinion on StartingBloc, an innovation fellowship that gathers “entrepreneurs, activists, educators, and innovators working to create change” and connects them to “tribe” to help them access
I really love it when friends, colleagues, and others in my life ask me about productivity and management tools that I use for projects, ventures, and ideas I engage. One of my great social changemaking friends sent the following request to a group of which we are both members:
I finally finished filing my taxes. It’s taken 11 hours over the span of 4 Sunday afternoons.
Filing my stolen car ($6K wreck value), $4K in hospital/medical expenses, $#K in Ferguson-related donations, and more made me reflect on this past year, especially the second half of it. June-Dec of 2014 brought me a
|The Graduate Art Organization and Sam Fox School present Failure and the Artist, an inaugural symposium that will engage how failure serves as a condition of working and as a subject for critical dialogue.Symposium page
All events are free and open to the public.
In this video, I give a quick behind-the-scenes view of a story shared by Faces of the Movement participant, Aaron Banks, with Debra Bass, a special guest of a recent photoshoot.
“Almost a Day” is a new series on my YouTube channel where I attempt to vlog one full day each month to share the creative opportunities, events, and happenings that I get to engage.
On this February day, I document a photoshoot with Faces of the Movement, judge an art show
Today is the 10th day of faces for the Faces of the Movement project, and after 4,000+ reblogs, 179 tweets, 1,300+ Twitter followers, and 180+ Instagram friends this week, this project is here to stay.
I joined to design this project after organizer, Charles Wade of Operation Help or Hush, reached
Tuesday, February 3 | 6:30pm | Steinberg Auditorium, Washington University in St. Louis