The mention of Hollywood invokes images of glitz, glamour, and cinematic excellence. For over a century, this iconic district in Los Angeles has been synonymous with the global film industry. The history of cinema in Hollywood is a tale of innovation, creativity, and cultural transformation that has shaped the way we experience storytelling through the lens.
At the age of about ten years old, photographer Michelle Agins stood with her grandmother in the South Side of Chicago waiting for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to come to her neighborhood. Wearing her grandfather’s cap with handwritten a sign
A yearlong investigation by a team of scholars affiliated with Cornell and Purdue universities has documented a pattern of deliberate obliteration of Armenian cultural heritage in Nakhichevan, a historically Armenian region that became part of Azerbaijan following the Sovietization of the republics of Armenia and Azerbaijan between 1920 and 1921. The new report by the Caucasus Heritage Watch (CHW) identified
A young Dakota-speaking artist who won a prestigious commission to design public art in downtown Minneapolis resigned from the project following controversy within the city’s Native community, culminating in a formal complaint that alleged he had practiced cultural appropriation filed in April. Inkpa Mani, the artist at the center of the dispute, insists that his engagement with Dakota culture and
Underground Atlanta owner Lalani Ventures has announced that Georgia’s first craft brewery, Atlanta Brewing Company, will relocate to the Downtown district later this year.
Atlanta Brewing Company will transform the old Atlanta Visitors Center on Upper Alabama Street into an activated
The Woodmont Corner public parking garage in Downtown Bethesda has a new look.
New Day, a mural on the Old Georgetown Road side of the garage, was unveiled Tuesday morning at a ceremony featuring local leaders and the artist himself, The Jah One, a Montgomery County resident.
New mural called New Day by local artist The Jah One unveiled at
“This model allows cities like Atlanta to harness and amplify the creativity unique to their own communities,” he says. “I have seen this model foster local pride over and over again.”
In a time of often fluctuating support for the arts, the challenge says Fredalyn M. Frasier, the project director for planning and urban design for Central Atlanta Progress and