Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960-1988) was a pioneer of the Neo-Expressionism movement and one of the most prominent artists of the 1980’s. A commonality amongst the artists of the period were bold, almost crudely-drawn letters strung together into thought-provoking phrases. Basquiat gave life to these letters, treating them with an importance equal to the drawings and sketches […]
Teen reporter Anita Rollins covered the International Day of the Girl sponsored by the National Center for Civil and Human Rights October 10, 2015. Here are a few of the photos from the event.
The Historic Fourth Ward Skatepark is the first of its kind and one of Atlanta’s many hidden treasures. Tucked alongside the Atlanta BeltLine, the park is not only home to a skatepark, but also a multi-use athletic field and a playground. This park holds so much meaning to its daily visitors and Tony Hawk (who […]
Pink/ The color most commonly overlooked / Pink can be happy/ It can be angry and/ It can be sad
The stroke of a brush, the drag of a pencil or even the molding of clay has had the ability to bring together teens from all over Metro Atlanta for this exhibition.
Downtown Decatur is a hidden treasure in the array of teen hangouts in the metro Atlanta area. It’s full of entertainment and a great place to go with a few friends for an afternoon of awesomeness. Last week, I took some of my friends to Decatur, and we explored a few of the best hangout […]
To my amazement, I have discovered Atlanta’s first ever Cupcake ATM attached to the legendary Lenox Square Mall. And the cupcakes were delicious.
This June, teens who attended the Georgia Teen Institute event shared their voices in compelling ways. You can watch them share their voices, listen to them share their voices, or see photos of them sharing their voices below. Today, we bring you a gallery of the art a few teens at the GTI event crafted […]
Listen to the voices from the Georgia Teen Institute, 2015.
Last spring break, I spent my time touring the great historical sites in China.