An analysis of the effects of societies expectations and racialized stigma within the black community and from other races through Suzan-Lori Parks, TopDog/UnderDog and Carrie Mae Weems, Ain’t Jokin.
Our experiences through the semester battling internal and external pressures and their impact on our identities.
Our experiences this semester battling internal and external pressures and their impact on our identities.
This project will seek to investigate the lotus flower through several methodologies — reconciling its medicinal and nutritional profile with its storied cultural history to understand its ubiquity across distinct cultures and regions.
Society changes, sometimes positively, and sometimes negatively. As people of the new generation; we need to acknowledge the past, access the present, and develop the future to better society.
The theme for our zine revolves around our identities as New Yorkers. Our scrapbook theme is chronologically organized from sunrise to sunset to nightlife in the city. As New Yorkers, we are able to gain the ability to not only travel around the different boroughs: but also to travel around no matter the time of day. We are able to view the same scenery, the same landscape, the same environment; in both a new light and a new perspective.
When designing neighborhood parks, urban developers planned for each part of the parks to be used in a specific way. However, those living in the area decided otherwise.
This project discusses the Sheepshead Bay Train Station Mural, the artist and curators behind it, and how Sheepshead Bay has changed over the years.