Arts and Culture

Laura Scheriau

Matthew Everatt is an installation artist from the UK who embraces film as a means to affect our sense of reality. His work reflects a combination of moving images and photography, the result of an action or occurrence that he´s either staged or stumbled upon. The results are deceptive. Instead of studying the fine techniques of photography as an art form, Everatt prefers to play around with light and shadow, dimensions, and digital editing to create the desired effects.

Christian Niedan
Christian Niedan
Christian Niedan

Christian Niedan
Christian Niedan
Niki Singleton

What happens when our basic human right to give food to each other is hijacked and made illegal by authorities? Last month, a Texas chef, Joan Cheever - who has been giving to those in need for more than 10 years - was fined $2,000. Cheever will be fighting the fine in Municipal Court on June 23, by arguing that under the 1999 Texas Religious Freedom Restoration Act, she has a right to serve food to the homeless because she considers it a free exercis

Laura Scheriau

Meet Cameron Bury, Nick Palmer, Brendan Sheargold, Mitch Grace, and Tim Byles. Together, they are Far Away Stables, an Australian band with a smooth blend of modern rock styles with a few jagged edges.

Laura Scheriau

Jamie Crawford, a visual artist from the UK, works with lens-based media, sculpture, and installation. His work is characteristic of an uncanny, subconscious and oniric artistic conception that allows the spectator to define their own understanding of art. Jamie painted quite early in his career but lately has turned his attention to more immediate, contemporary practices through digital media.

Laura Scheriau

In this second edition of The Beat, our interview series with musicians, meet Justin Klump, an American folk-pop songwriter and guitarist living in Nashville, Tennessee.

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