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Gina Torkos’ work may look familiar. Folio Weekly has featured two of the artist’s collages on the covers of recent print issues. The Pennsylvania native has been making art in St. … more
"Art is not what you see, but what you make others see,” said French Impressionist painter Edgar Degas. Art challenges us to see life anew or to notice beauty in the minute, like the graceful … more
Impossibly delicate and immensely powerful, Hiromi Moneyhun’s artwork is simple yet stunning. No computer design software is used, only a hand-drawn guide, black paper and a knife. Yet the … more
"We should know the name Cindy Campbell and say it often because hip hop has changed the world,” says poet Ebony Payne-English. We’re sitting at a picnic table in Stockton Park and she is … more
Telling stories matters. Telling stories that matter, matters. And telling stories that get to the truth of a thing (or person) may matter most of all—because it is in specificity that we … more
Around this table, are all welcome and everyone has a seat of honor. Art has not always been the most inclusive creative landscape. The halls of the great masters are markedly monochromatic, and … more
Mark Creegan is sitting in his studio, carefully covering the top of a Styrofoam cooler with wide masking tape. It’s a slow, semi-hypnotic process as he lines up the edges and gently pats the … more
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