Our collective was not created from a calling of latinidad, but to the depths it has yet to explore. That’s why in the beginning stages of this project we decided to point beyond the obvious —that colorism is inextricable from latinidad— and instead curate artists that are living, creating, and thriving within their cultural identities and their physical darkness.Read More
Caitlin Diaz talks to Mia Rodriguez about DIY culture, activism in Rio Grande Valley TX and existing as a woman of color in media.Read More
We are immigrant women of color passing down bits of knowledge from the mujeres that raised us, taught us, and often cured us.Read More
Mia Rodriguez talks to Jeanette Martin and Claudia Guzman, the two halves behind Cine Sin Fronteras, a new program under Milwaukee’s annual Film Festival that aims to speak to the complexities that exist, and have always existed, within the Latinx community.Read More
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We talk about how family is central to our Latinx identity and community, why liberation is more important than equality, and what keeps us going in our most challenging moments.Read More
María Magdalena Campos-Pons is a Cuban born interdisciplinary artist sprinkling her culture, spirituality and sexuality through mediums of installation photography performance art and so much more. In this interview we discussed social justice, taking risks in performance art and what drives Magdalena to do what she does.Read More
Self-taught Ecuadorian photographer Eli Sleepless tells us a little bit about their work and their current ongoing series that focuses on capturing portraits of femme and non-binary people of color in New York City.Read More
Alinder Espada y Azucena del Carmen, fundadores del colectivo de arte Carga Máxima, nos hablan sobre el origen y la evolución de este estilo de letra peruano.
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"It’s no secret that people of color, and woman in general, are underrepresented in media and society's consciousness at large. One of the many results of this underrepresentation is that when a person of color is given a voice they are often seen as speaking for their entire community rather than as their individual self."Read More
Catalino Gallagher has launched an amazing bilingual project that trascends language barriers. Pajama Party Zine is an online space where English and Spanish speaking creatives can share their work with the world side by side.
I don't necessarily think [curating] makes my personal work any different or stronger but I do hope that it makes me a better and more understanding curator. My main goal is to make sure everyone's work looks good and and that everyone is happy with how their work is presented.Read More
La Ciudad de México is commonly known as a populated, busy city. It's not just bustling; it's bursting at the seams with art, innovation, and fearlessness. Carla Valdivia is part of a group of creators working out of México that are expanding the world's idea of what the city actually is.Read More
Jonie tells us a little bit about her personal life, how she discovered ASMR, her routine to shoot a video, and why she has an ASMR channel in Spanish and one in English.Read More
You may have seen Karina on Instagram’s suggested page. Chances are, you’re probably already following her. And, why wouldn’t you? Karina is a mexican multimedia artist using her social media to reach out to those who need it. She’s eloquent on her captions, speaking on what is like to be a woman who has a body, mental illness, and art. It’s a whole lot more than self-love and confidence, it’s about thriving, inspiring, and redefining what it means to be a empowered.Read More
Luna Olavarria Gallegos sat down with Goth Shakira to talk about Latinx identity, digital anti-Blackness and meme-production for La Liga.Read More
Yanina Angelini is a 27 year old Uruguayan born street artist, activist and gallery owner living outside of D.C., in Fredericksburg, VA.
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