Sharing & Diversity

Showcase the passion a fashion designer expresses when he or she creates his or her collection, talk about the unique energy dancers share when they are on a stage, give a voice to a struggling sculptor through articles written by our volunteer editors spread around the world, promote a trans actress’s journey…This is what our independent magazine which is advocating for diversity and accessibility has been excelling at since 2013.
26 May: Trump, a Hearst heir

Netflix recently released a documentary on former and 45th President of The United States, Donald John Trump.

22 May: Comic book festival in Chinon: Projector on Princess Sara

Dear readers, this article is focused on the comic book festival in Chinon, France (also known in French as the festival de la BD en Chinonais), which took place on the 11th and 12th of March 2023. This event was designed in a pedagogical way around themed exhibitions. The epicentre of cultural life in Chinon is the “Espace Rabelais.” We will explore the aims of this event.



The Juried Art Exhibition
The Juried Art Exhibition is commemorating its 50 years anniversary this year. Hence the perfect timing to review the exhibition’s growth.

The Juried Art Exhibition has been celebrating black creativity since 1970 within the walls of the Museum of Science and Industry (MSI) based at Chicago. The exhibition is known to be the longest display of African-American Art.

22 Feb: Vijana Collections

Let’s discover an audio book of African nursery rhymes and lullabies that celebrates the different cultures of this great continent.

16 Jul: Odissi, a new experience to discover Indian culture

This article will hopefully emphasize the interest in Indian culture! It is about Odissi dance, in the hopes of drawing a new representation of India outside its common association with Bollywood films. 
Interview with Annaya Kar, an Odissi dancer.