A year ago on February 9th, 2019, I took a road trip to Santa Barbara to see an art show put together by Emily Mata, an art student at Westmont college. A photo I had shared with her was painted portraying the bond I share with an American citizen, despite our different heritage and race. … More Humanizing Immigrants and Refugees – A Conversation With Emily Mata
Everyday, I wake up with a million ideas and thoughts flowing through my head, with too many to write down. I have many hobbies that include plant life, baking, crafting, art, and some slight tinkering. These hobbies are things I enjoy doing in my free time, for no financial gain. Unfortunately, most of the time … More Monetizing Off of my Hobbies – Can I Keep Anything for Myself?
By Palmira Muniz (@vivalapalma) Sade Ndya is a young Indian and African American photographer who hails from what she calls, the “boring-ass” town that is Palm Springs, and despite her small town upbringing, Ndya’s work is far from boring. I had the pleasure of interviewing the artist, who currently has her studio and resides in … More On the Rise: Sade Ndya