Congress finally can tell hemp from pot, which U.S. state will be the first to legalize shrooms?, a push for drug decriminalization surges in countries around the world — could the US be next?, and more in this week’s update.
Artist, curator, and computer science teacher Love Leonce is co-founder of the Timoun Rezistans Art School, which teaches art and computer science to young children in Haiti. The seventh in this series about creatives using social networking to find non-local audiences is this interview with Love Leonce.
The sixth in my series of interviews about creative people using social networking as a direct way of reaching both content creators and new audiences features writer, professor and activist Alyssa Waugh, whose upcoming anthology I AM STRENGTH includes stories by “everyday superwomen,” powerful women of all walks of life (accepting submissions until June 25).
The fourth in my series of interviews about artists using social networking to find
their audience features Lauren Over, Obey Clothing designer, poster artist for John Legend’s urban gardening documentary “Can You Dig This,” and creator of the food foraging multimedia book and project “Sidewalk Superfoods.”
In this third of a series of interviews about creative people using social networking to reach an audience, Tamra Lucid talks to Tiffany Scandal, editor of the feminist essay collection “Nasty!” and Tara Dublin, contributing writer to “Nasty!”, about the vicious cyber backlash they received, and how they found empowerment in rising above it.