The Women in Windows

I recall talking to a professor last year about the things that catch our eye. She observed that I seemed to be interested in objects–a statement I wasn’t quite sure of. As time has gone on, however, I have started to recognize a pattern in the kinds of works I am drawn to–be they paintings, sculptures, photographs, or…

Morgan Cadigan

Morgan Cadigan is the founder of the UCLA student-run magazine The Paper Mixtape. While studying at UCLA, I decided to join the staff of The Paper Mixtape because I wanted a place to share my photography. Little did I know, the magazine would become so much more than a place to…

Mary Blair

This morning I decided to stay in bed and watch Disney’s Peter Pan. Peter Pan has been a favorite of mine since I was tiny–I remember my dad lifting me up and flying me around while we would watch it. But watching it today, I had a bit of…

Season of the Witch

  Prehistoric and Classical Art 
I feel I need to begin my discussion by mentioning that women were once worshiped for their magical abilities. This Minoan Snake Goddess was praised for her closeness to nature through snakes, since snakes slithered on the earth. Snakes also shed their skin, so they are…

Julia Margaret Cameron

The fantastic thing–though also possibly overwhelming–about being an artist today is the accessibility we have to so much inspiration. The internet, along with dedication of those who work to preserve our culture’s consciousness in museums, archives, and beyond, has given us a chance to engage with the artists that…

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