VOX ATL talked with Atlanta artists and community leaders about WonderRoot’s “Off The Wall: Atlanta’s Civil Rights & Social Justice Journey” project — creating murals before Super Bowl 53 — and how art can impact change.
As young filmmakers like 17-year-old Jordan-Paige Sudduth attempt to reinvent the status quo of the film industry, they’ll have to adjust their expectations for the future, because greater opportunities come with greater competition. The next crop of writers, directors, cinematographers and actors will keep cranking out their indie films and learning the trade.
With the demographics in Atlanta’s West End changing, it is causing for the area to become diverse. Some see this as problematic, but contrary to popular belief, gentrification can have positive effects in communities.
The protesters were not only marching to protect themselves now, but in the future as well. Explained Walker, 13, a student at Wesley International Academy: “We’re the kids, we’re the future.”
Atlanta teens have one burning question for mayoral candidates Keisha Lance Bottoms and Mary Norwood.
Whoever wins the election for Atlanta mayor will not only have an impact on the taxpayers and today’s voters, but us, the teens of metro Atlanta and the generations to come.
The VOX teens are people about town. Here are some of their highly recommended spots to visit around (metro) Atlanta.
This summer I spent a week studying pollution in the Chattahoochee River, which increases each year. What can we do about the trash and pollution in our main waterway?
This month, the teens of VOX Media Café are exploring the city, the metro region we call home. Atlanta. We’ll be sharing poetry, reflections, reported stories and more. Want to weigh in? Share what ATL means to you at firstname.lastname@example.org. Refining the A Seein’ my city change in ways I just can’t place. We got […]
From intimidating sculptures of horses to abstract portraits of the night, I found that most of Atlanta’s High Museum of Art comes to life by breaking from the normal and expected.