Not only is Slusher an orator and writer, she is also a curator of the arts and believes everyone is a contributor. “There is something inside each one of us that the world needs that can come to life. That’s what art is: you’re stepping into your soul, listening to what wants to come out,…
“I was always time, I was always I.” A message from God is what prompted Shaquanna Fulton to author her first book. As a believer, she thought it time to share her testimony.
One such art form that has roots and precedence in the sphere of urban political expression is the world of public art; graffiti and murals send simple yet loaded messages to the masses through highly trafficked areas and concentrated, captivating spaces. Beyond their practical uses, these art forms make use of the very social environment…
Leona Bonsu is a new vlogger who launched her blog, The Makings of Leona, during COVID season. The blog consists of style, beauty and everyday life. Check out part 1 of the Getaway vlog!
Check out a blast from the past! OUT40 did a Q&A with radio personality and Maryland Ensemble Theater actress, Rona Mensah! Read an excerpt of the 2015 interview below.
Damon Mackin is a local documentarian who produced The Quarantine Project, a visual that captures present-day during COVID-19 season.
8:32 PM – The crowd trickles in the streets as the rally ends. A scream echoes, ricocheting in alleyways and reaches the city hall steps.
Earlier this month, local artist Taurean Washington held an art exhibit: ART OD (Art Overdosed). In honor of J. Cole, Taurean has done it again, fusing hip hop and art into a thoughtful masterpiece. At Frederick Community College, the painter held his ART OD gallery opening ceremony with his supporters patrons, and peers in the art community.