Tissue Paper Collage: How Artist Carrie Moradi Captures Nature

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Every artist knows that inspiration can come from virtually anywhere. It can come from a trip that you take, from witnessing a conversation between two strangers, from children playing in the park, or even a powerful speech. For artist Carrie Moradi, however, inspiration comes in the form of southwestern sunsets and mountainous trails. Moradi creates […]

Getting to Know Tamara Krinsky

Tamara Krinsky

When I say Tamara Krinsky is a jack (or jill!) of all trades, I’m not engaging in hyperbole. She’s an on-camera host; writes for television, film, and print; acts in stage and screen productions; and moderates and speaks at industry panels on technology, new media and the entertainment industry… there’s very little Tamara can’t do. […]

Rebel Girls: A Place in Her-story

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Historian Laurel Thatcher Ulrich famously said, “Well behaved women seldom make history.” The further we advance toward eradicating inequality between men and women, the more we notice areas where we need to improve. From the television shows we watch to the books we read and even to prominent job fields, most women grew up with […]