Is The American School System Indoctrinating Fear and Propaganda Into Our Children?
Christopher Nolan’s blockbuster film “Dunkirk” is an intimate story of survival, desperation, and resilience.
Pain is one of the most poignant of human emotions. It can be nearly impossible to articulate exactly what pain feels like, let alone describe the multitude of forms pain can take on. Whether physical or emotional, pain is our mind’s way of telling us it is uncomfortable with something. Pain is the body’s attempt […]
In the small Canadian town of Fredericton, New Brunswick, 15 year old Nelly Price inspires the local community by turning her personal struggles into something meaningful and positive. Nelly has always loved painting, and after a bullying incident at her high school earlier in February of this year, she turned to her artistic skills to […]
It’s always hit or miss with public art projects. Sometimes, such as the case of the iconic Cloud Gate in Chicago (also known as the Chicago Bean), a piece of art does what it is intended to do and draws attention, public interest, and adds some character to a city block. Other times, what looks […]
Post traumatic stress disorder can affect anyone. It is a common misconception that PTSD is problem specifically affecting male veterans who’ve recently come home from a war torn country in the Middle East. PTSD in the military is a very important issue and many films, such as American Sniper with Bradley Cooper and The Hurt […]
This is how the mind sees itself. Love, pain, hope, aspiration, it all happens here, in the brain.
Damian Hirst’s colossal exhibition took 10 years to complete, occupies more than 50,000 square feet, and is housed in 2 different museums