Ken Horne is an American multi-disciplinary artist based in Virginia as well as a psychotherapist by profession. He received his MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts and his BA from the University of Colorado. His abstract paintings use color, line,

A Mission to End Food Waste and Hunger While roughly 40% of food is wasted in the United States, one in seven Americans face food insecurity. In a nation of over 300 million people, that equates to thousands of families, children

The Year Ahead for American Politics on Immigration “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to be free.” So goes the exemplary quote inscribed on the Statue of Liberty. Since that iconic bronze statue was dedicated in New

Impakter recently sat down with Hannah, Jö, and Sam of the indie-rock band Luna Rose to discuss the band’s inspiration behind their debut EP Radio Silence, what it is like playing music in New York City, and what is next

Hank Willis Thomas is a contemporary African-American photo-conceptual artist working primarily with themes of race, identity, history, advertising and popular culture. His work goes beyond just making art, to examining and exposing deeper divides in our culture. Thomas sees cultural disconnects everywhere in day-to-day

Rêve en Vert is a sustainable fashion online boutique where you can find high quality and ethically produced designs from different brands and designers that are committed to the environment in different ways: using conscious materials, fair trade production, or supporting

Can we really talk about an Art market? Is it even a market in the traditional sense? Because I'm in the art business, people often walk up to me with questions and statements that appear to betray either misgivings or,

Sorry to disappoint, but the UN is neither. Not a beast, not a dream utopia. Too often in the news the UN is reported as if it acts autonomously, as if it is solely responsible for waging war, building peace, providing

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