Notes on Homemaking 

I wanna love like my mamma joyfully dances.

Mother Appetite

A glimpse into sculptor Jonathan Torres's world of the uncanny.

A Scout’s Honor

A story about finding healing in unexpected places.

Interview with Joel Blunk

In an interview by his own son, Joel Blunk, ecumencal pastor and community leader, shares his perspective on rites of passage and re-making masculinities.

Mordant

Textile artist Victoria Manganiello collaborates with filmmaker Kristin Kremers to create communal dinner experiences that combine food, fabric, and art-making.

Sarah and the Woobies

One family's experiment in building their own culture.

Carved out of Time

An interview with artist Joey Steigelman, whose work explores aging defiantly, positioning material as embodiment of light and permanence.

You “can’t dance” pero sientes la cancion con tu cuerpo entero and I believe you, tu poder. La bailarina soy yo, and I say you can dance. Caderas juntas, mi cielo, piernas sueltas, corazón

Read or listen to a recording of the poem by the artist herself.

Interview with Maximilian Juliá

A new Culturework interview with artist Maximilian Juliá. His work elaborates on comforts from home, as objects, remnants, and their ordinary objecthood to sculptural essence. He shares some insight on a recent body of work; Diarios del Fango: Los Paquetes/ Dirt Diaries: The Packages and more.

Herbal Rising with Tania Romero

Culturework had a chance to hear from Tania Romero, founder of Herbal Rising, a platform dedicated to advocacy and education of herbal and traditional medicine. She shared knowledge and a series of graphics done in collaboration with designer Itzy Ramirez.

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Interview with Maximilian Juliá

A new Culturework interview with artist Maximilian Juliá. His work elaborates on comforts from home, as objects, remnants, and their ordinary objecthood to sculptural essence. He shares some insight on a recent body of work; Diarios del Fango: Los Paquetes/ Dirt Diaries: The Packages and more.

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Call for Submissions: Aging

For this winter’s issue of Culturework, we turn our curiosity toward aging.   Tell us about your experiences of growing older. Share your perspective on witnessing age in your community and with loved ones. Consider how identity…

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