‘A literary tour that speaks to the imagination, connecting the canon of English literature to the lives of a mother and daughter whose own stories have been untold, Larissa weaves an exquisite tapestry that talks to our common humanity that lives within the stories we collect, treasure and share.’ Rachel Griffiths.
Raised in the 90s, whether you agree with me or not, it's when music still had heart, before its steady decline. Miiesha's soothing melodics and redemptive lyrics revive an era of RnB and Neo-Soul us die-hard fans can appreciate.
"This (The Art of Teese tour) is something that I’m going to be talking about forever, obviously. I have so much appreciation for Dita. I never thought I’d be working with someone who is a huge source of inspiration to me and to millions!” Zelia Rose.
My favourite part of Black Girl Magic is the commitment to one another to participate in each other’s magic, orchestrating a whole inconceivable reality that truly makes Hogwarts look lame. Celebrating and uplifting one another to reach higher, to laugh louder and to stay winning like Serena Williams. Sometimes, you need a visual to really grasp a concept, so God gave us Serena Williams, Michelle Obama, Beyoncé Knowles, Simone Biles, Gabby Douglas and Elaine Thompson. Kyah Parrott
“If this place is lost, I’m lost, and so is everybody else. We’ll be lost forever. Forgetting those traditional songlines, forgetting traditional languages and ceremonies. If all of that was lost, I would feel so lost myself. I’d feel like my mother worked her butt off for nothing.” Noni Eather.
Matika Wilbur is changing the way we see Native America one photo at a time. Project 562, is Matika’s daring undertaking of artistry and conscience of unprecedented scope and impact. Her mission is to photograph every federally recognised tribe in the United States and reveal the rich and complex 21st century image and reality of contemporary Native Americans.