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More Female Artists are Added to Wikipedia in Massive Edit-a-thon

There has long been a gender disparity in the world of art. The fine arts have a longstanding history of excluding women from cultural conversations, from education, and the opportunity to hone their artistic abilities. Today, female painters from the Renaissance, Baroque, Romantic periods and beyond are still being discovered; their long suppressed stories are […]

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Jon Uriarte

#TBT ‘Men Under the Influence’: A Gender-Bending Portrait Series

For this week’s #TBT, we wanted to take another look at Spanish photographer Jon Uriarte’s portrait series, “The Men Under The Influence.” This gender-bending photography project is a creative examination of gender roles and bodily objectification. Art that has the ability to make a statement or observation about social issues is always worth considering critically. What […]

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Cultivators of Culture: Rebecca Odes, Jill Soloway, and Wifey.tv

Wifey.tv has been “filling the hole since 2013.” What this means is that this brand new independent media outlet is contributing to entertainment in a way that has been seriously lacking. Designed to challenge the limitations of women’s entertainment, Wifey.tv is an inclusive, diverse, and empowering source of fun and informative media. And it isn’t […]

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