A few standouts from Take Magazine‘s photo shoot with Hartford dancer Arien Wilkerson that we couldn’t fit into print.
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Arien Wilkerson Uncut
Interview outtakes from Hartford performer Arien Wilkerson that our writer wished he could’ve fit into our October/November 2017 print issue.
Arien Wilkerson is fueled by his blackness, queerness, and desire to bring the language of movement to Hartford’s North End.
#TakeAction: Power Move
Connecticut Director of Culture Kristina Newman-Scott on the need for relevance, equity, access, and diversity in the arts.
To Die For
The minimalist clothing of De Muerte in Hartford, Connecticut serves monochromatic fashion that’s both subtle and new.
At Hartford’s Trashion Fashion, students and designers show us what can happen when we turn garbage into wearable art.
Crossing Equators with Arien Wilkerson
Hartford dancer and artistic director Arien Wilkerson explores climate, murder, and queerness in his new show EQUATORS.
7 New England Niche Film Festivals You Can’t Miss
No topic is too particular, strange, or transgressive for these New England niche film festivals coming to a cinema near you.
#TakeAction: Doing the NEA Defunding Math
One plus one is two, except when it’s 45’s Federal budget proposal to eliminate the NEA and the NEH—for starters.
The Insider Outsider
Hartford, Connecticut artist Michael Madore imagines a future of migrating species and global warming, without leaving his home.