#art

  • Article: These Tweens Used Origami to Raise Millions for Global Water Access

    These Tweens Used Origami to Raise Millions for Global Water Access

    By Jerica Deck|Nov. 16, 2018

    The Adams sisters’ origami ornaments raised $1.5 million. Read more

  • Article: This Haunting Art Exhibit Simulates the Sound a Trillion-Ton Glacier Made When It Broke Off Antarctica

    This Haunting Art Exhibit Simulates the Sound a Trillion-Ton Glacier Made When It Broke Off Antarctica

    By Gabriella Canal|Sept. 21, 2017

    Ever wonder what climate change sounds like? Read more

  • Article: Why There Is a Massive Pair of Hands Rising From a Venice Canal

    Why There Is a Massive Pair of Hands Rising From a Venice Canal

    By Gabriella Canal|May 17, 2017

    Two 5,000 pound hands emerge from the water to hold up the walls of this “floating city.” Read more

  • Article: Can street art and graffiti help the refugee crisis?

    Can street art and graffiti help the refugee crisis?

    By Madison McCormick |June 20, 2016

    "I wanted to build awareness of the refugee crisis, so I started tagging the streets." Read more

  • Article: 5 women crocheting to change their lives

    5 women crocheting to change their lives

    By Katherine Curtiss |Jan. 27, 2016

    Warm your head and your heart with beanies making a difference. Read more

  • Article: Breaking down walls by painting them: Senegal’s first lady of graffiti, Dieynaba Sidibe

    Breaking down walls by painting them: Senegal’s first lady of graffiti, Dieynaba Sidibe

    Oct. 28, 2015|ONE

    Senegal's first female graffiti artist is breaking down barriers for women everywhere. Read more

  • Article: Hidden musical gems with a cause

    Hidden musical gems with a cause

    Feb. 17, 2015

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  • Article: How graffiti artists use their voice, and you can too!

    How graffiti artists use their voice, and you can too!

    By Chelsea White|Jan. 28, 2015

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