All the boys in his family have unique names — including titles. “Master Sedrique Lynn Von Olison,” he laughs. It’s an effortless, full-bodied diaphragmatic roar perfect for his towering six-foot-five frame, caramel skin and dazzling pearly whites. With a laugh as contagious as his personality, I found myself sunk, engulfed, all-in. And that’s Olison’s advice to you, as well.
An estimated five percent of the U.S. population grew up in a military family, but there is not one television show dedicated to its subculture. There are no academic studies or museums focusing solely on military children. There is no military brat or TCK section in your local library.
Recreating Margritte’s original work as photographs, presenting them with a modern eye, Greene’s project also pays homage to the history of photography.
This photo reveals the pain born of domestic violence but also highlights how women stand strong despite such assaults.
Jâca, a clarinet and guitar duo, is at the forefront of a growing social consciousness in classical music. This Los Angeles-based pair — TCK clarinetist Wesley Ferreira and guitarist Jaxon Williams — aim to perform music at the highest level and move multicultural influences from backstage to center stage.
Ian Gotler co-owns RedShoe, a thriving DJ company in Los Angeles, California, USA. His bread-and-butter may be weddings for superstars like RZA from the Wu-Tang Clan, but Gotler also happens to be one of the most humble creatives in the entertainment business.
As a young child in Santiago, Chile, where I lived near my father’s family, I learned Spanish and English simultaneously and was always encouraged to make art. My Chilean father and American mother ran a theater company there with players from many different countries.
When the 91st annual Oscars aired live at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Calif. this past February, Culturs was in…
“I think this project is the best way to physically prove that we are all connected and that there are beautiful humans all around the world.” – Maxime, Yuujou finalist
Netflix recently released — the film “CAM.” It bravely tackles the subject of sex-work, working in-between cultures, and code switching…