Ode to Broken Things – James Fisher-Smith & Richard Giglio at 17 Frost Gallery
Ode to Broken Things – A show produced and curated by Dan Leibel of Giant Ledge Productions set at 17 Frost Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, featuring two artists with an unforgettable synergy
Shtetl Art Gallery: Brooklyn’s First Hasidic Art Space
Shtetl Art Gallery is a landmark event in the art scene – the first Hasidic-owned gallery of Williamsburg. It’s a celebration of Jewish identity that hosts a wide range of artists and pieces. Though all the artists featured are different, their work all speaks to a respect for spirituality and religious ritual and a desire for community dialogue.
Individual Activist: Artivism at Home & Abroad
A profile on seasoned social justice figure IndividualActivist. Emma interviews IA about her activism in China and her perspectives on a changing political landscape.
UP Magazine’s 10 Most Read Articles Of 2020
The UP Mag Staff lists some of our magazine’s most-read articles in 2020.
UP Magazine’s Favorite Articles Of 2020
The UP Mag Staff lists some of our favorite articles from 2020.
FemArchy: Femininity, Divinity, and Authenticity
FemArchy is a collective of women and femme-identifying artists who believe femininity is a state of mind, feeling, and action. The collective recently had a showcase titled Deck The Halls and is currently hosting an art auction to raise money for TranSanta, an organization that helps trans and intersex youth during the holiday season. The bidding for the artwork ends today.
Sinned and Ria
Emma recounts the love-story of how Sinned & Ria met, and their paint splattered history together.
SpreadLoveStreetArt Contest – September 2020
Winners of the SpreadLoveStreetArt Contest + Runner UPS & Honorable Mentions
Bringing Art to PLG
Caitlin discusses moving to Prospect Lefferts Garden, and discovering and becoming involved with a new project curated by J. Lotus Gallery