Come and learn a little more about the new hit Broadway musical KPOP and the genre that started it all in this short podcast!
A recreation of Banksy’s “Flower Thrower” using the unique comic-book-like style of pop art artist Roy Lichtenstein.
Have you ever questioned whether the “fairest” actually meant the most beautiful or the most white? My project reveals racist beauty ideals seen through the details in these art forms.
Tune in and enjoy this song “War”, which was very intentional and lyrically crafted to uplift and incite a good fight against discrimination in the black community.
materials and sculptures which depict the gender gap and sexual harrastment women faced and are continuing to face in todays society.
There seems to be a world of difference between the art form of breaking and Greek sculptures. How do these two art forms intersect? Click here to find out more!
Inspired by excerpts from Daphne Palasi Andreades’ “Brown Girls”, a digital painting was created incorporating certain aspects of Hieu’s (aka. “kelogsloops”) style to speak out against racial discrimination.
This project depicts how and why artists use the visual art form of photography in order to comment on the harsh realities behind society’s beauty standards.
What makes “Kpop” on Broadway and Harry Styles’ “Love on Tour” similar?