#StillSayHerName: Justice for Breonna Taylor

Photos by Charlie LedererText by Liz Hensler9/28/2020 Last Wednesday in Louisville, KY, the grand jury decision renewed nationwide protests seeking justice for the murder of Breonna Taylor. With only one of three officers charged, and the charge being “wanton endangerment” due to erratic shooting reaching the neighbor’s home, this feels grossly inadequate in holding theContinue reading “#StillSayHerName: Justice for Breonna Taylor”

COVID and the Arts: When the Entertainment Industry Went Dark

By Wendy LaManque 8/3/2020 In January 2020, I was a little surprised when a colleague of mine at the Union (AGMA) asked that we have a meeting ASAP to discuss the potential ramifications of the Coronavirus on our industry.  At that time, I had been focusing much of my energy on sexual harassment prevention, tryingContinue reading “COVID and the Arts: When the Entertainment Industry Went Dark”

Activist Street Art

By Rachael Young 7/19/2020 Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the majority of 2020, you’ll be familiar with the boom of artistic images emerging with the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement. With murals of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and other victims of police brutality being painted all over the world, theseContinue reading “Activist Street Art”