Sophie Kipner Suggests Blind Leaps of Faith for the Creatively Stuck

She turned an art school technique into a party trick into a career.

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Joy Harjo is the First Native American Poet Laureate

Her poems are potent, ethereal, and visceral.

Why Georgia O’Keeffe Will Never Stop Being Our Muse

Born in 1887, she is, was, and shall ever be, the original influencer.

Ditch the Club and Discover Cabo’s Hidden Art Scene

Swap the margaritas for some modernism.

Your New Go-To for Fem-Powerment and Self-Acceptance

Why we’re in love with The Body, A Home For Love.

This Art Center is So Good it’s Criminal

Its cells have housed petty thieves, Frank Sinatra, and your next pottery class.

Giselle Gatsby is Not Your Mother

This feminist art editor uses her creativity to transfer power.