Daniel Arsham creates an aura of hidden absurdity — these concepts of time are right under people’s noses but often fail to be acknowledged.
Artist Daniel Arsham’s “Basketball Lamp 2017” literally surrounds you on all sides and is entirely purple.
It reminded me how beautiful and united we can be, not only Americans but as a human race when it comes to being emotionally connected to similar struggles.
The Anti-Racist Collective on my campus decided to put together a zine that delves into how we can come together during these next years. Even though many marginalized groups are being attacked, there are still those who sulk in their privileges and do not speak up for others.
Events such as Teen Convene are especially important in the intense and divisive political climate that we are experiencing right now, because it encourages us to get out of our comfort zone, talk about controversial topics that need to be addressed, and connect with people who we may not usually have the opportunity to connect with.
“Moonlight” is beautifully shot and has a relatable, remarkable storyline. I won’t give away too much, but as the film emerges in three parts Chiron becomes more aware of his sexuality and the obstacles it can create.
This is my first political cartoon! I am very intensely not a fan of Donald Trump, so when my mother envisioned this and commissioned me to bring it to life, I readily agreed.
Maite Nazario, a 16-year-old senior at Chattahoochee High School, is a self-taught artist who uses acrylic and watercolor as well as mixed media to tell the story of immigration in the U.S.
Teen Night at the High Museum of Art will take place Saturday, Aug. 13, 7 to 10 p.m. with a theme of Retroactive and a pop-up shop — all planned by teens.
Atlanta is covered with all types of beautiful street art, some legal and some not. As controversial as some of this art may be, I wanted to highlight some of the beautiful works of street art in Atlanta.