Destiny Garner’s Interview Publication with Stormy Kelsey
(Read the whole book here)
Claire Eide’s Interview with Wit Lopez
An Interview with Heather Raquel Phillips by Katy Molinaro
What We Talk About When We Talk About Food/De qué hablamos cuando hablamos de comida by Carolina Marin Hernandez is an essay addressing two food-justice projects created during the pandemic through the lens of socially-engaged art. The essay includes in depth conversations with Ana Caballero, cook and founder of Proyecto Tamal, and Carly Pourzand, project coordinator for the 215 People’s Alliance working on The People’s Kitchen. Carolina Marin Hernandez is an Indigenous Colombian artist based in Philadelphia. She is currently pursuing a BFA at Moore College of Art and Design with an interest in sculptural forms and socially engaged art practices. This essay is available in Spanish and English and was written as part of the Curatorial Methods course in Fall 2020 at Moore.
Emily Elliott Interviews
See the Prezi here:
And hear Emily explain it in a virtual tour here: