Oh the things you’ll learn! Here’s five.
I’m not going to sugarcoat-it has been a frustrating and scary week to be a person of color in America.
By Annie Wang and Tiffany Chan Edited by Morgan Moore With awards season wrapping up, it is safe to say that 2018 was a tremendous year for the Asian American experience in film and television. Last year we saw more Asian American (AA) actors and entertainers taking center stage and more stories written specifically about […]Read Post ›
In my three years of writing for The Female Gaze, whether it be reviewing museum exhibitions, reflecting on different movements in art history, or conducting interviews with artists, I realize that I have never discussed my own art. It’s been a complicated relationship – I’ve struggled with mediums like drawing and sculpture, and while I […]Read Post ›
The Handmaid’s Tale is meant to be a warning to all Americans about the dangers of losing our freedom. But for the smart and stubborn people who rally behind #BostonStrong, the series is particularly challenging to the notions of who we are.
By Tiffany Chan Edited by Morgan Moore and Catherine Harlow It’s prom season and you may have seen a recent viral story gracing the internet about a girl (of non-East Asian descent) who chose a Chinese qipao as her prom gown. This story took the social internet by storm after it was brought to the […]Read Post ›
I was sitting on my bed on a Sunday night and had exhausted all the content I was interested in consuming when suddenly a suggestion popped up to watch a vlog from…The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, a video series that I hadn’t thought about in nearly five years.
It can be really intimidating to approach an artwork for the first time, especially those that are exceptionally avant-garde or wildly unfamiliar. You may feel the urge to have the perfect articulate and intellectual observation about a given piece, but how do you start thinking and talking about something you don’t quite understand? For me, […]Read Post ›
One need only to browse Pinterest for “interior design inspo” to be baraged with hundreds of pictures of perfectly curated shots of living rooms. What is peculiar, however, is that many of the furniture designs that are marketed as the most trendy and modern pieces actually are the legacy of mod furniture from 50 years […]Read Post ›
I don’t love New Year resolutions because forced contemplation has never served me well and if I want to change something so badly about myself—well, why not do it tomorrow? Still, the transition of the Gregorian calendar is a convenient time point to take stock of what is going well, what isn’t, and to change […]Read Post ›