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kangheekim:

Installation shots of O0psat Pinkard Gallery.

March 31-May 19

(photo documentation: Michael Bussell)

compressing some collages 

fellow artist frands! i am graduating from college v v v soon and would love to put my printing abilities/facilities to good use. 

LETS DO A PRINT TRADE! 

check out my website http://emilymmason.com/  and lemme know if anything catches ur eye bawls~

policymic:

Here’s everything women could buy without the wage gap

By now, you’ve probably heard depressing statistics like this one: For every dollar a man earns, a woman makes 77 cents. You might even be sick of hearing it. But here’s another way of thinking about it: If you add all those pennies up, the gender gap will cost the average American woman more than $400,000 over the course of her professional life.
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Even the useful 77 cents-to-the-dollar statistic is partially misleading because it looks at the median earnings of all full-time employed women against the earnings of full-time employed white men, leaving race and ethnicity out of the equation. Here’s the granular breakdown. White men in the United States make:
47% more than Hispanic and Latina women
40% more than American-Indian and Alaskan Native women
36% more than African-American women
34% more than Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander women
21% more than white women and
13% more than Asian women.
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policymic:

Here’s everything women could buy without the wage gap

By now, you’ve probably heard depressing statistics like this one: For every dollar a man earns, a woman makes 77 cents. You might even be sick of hearing it. But here’s another way of thinking about it: If you add all those pennies up, the gender gap will cost the average American woman more than $400,000 over the course of her professional life.

Even the useful 77 cents-to-the-dollar statistic is partially misleading because it looks at the median earnings of all full-time employed women against the earnings of full-time employed white men, leaving race and ethnicity out of the equation. Here’s the granular breakdown. White men in the United States make:

  • 47% more than Hispanic and Latina women
  • 40% more than American-Indian and Alaskan Native women
  • 36% more than African-American women
  • 34% more than Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander women
  • 21% more than white women and
  • 13% more than Asian women.

Read more | Follow policymic


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new collage thinks 

new collage thinks 


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hytsrik:

schdy:

The MICA Adjunct faculty is trying to start a union, and students are organizing to show their support as the administration continues unethical union busting tactic. 

If you attend MICA or are in the Baltimore area, please come to Cafe Doris, 1470 Mt. Royal Avenue at 5pm this Friday to learn more about what we can do. 

Why should you care about supporting the adjunct union as a student?
As our tuition rises every year administrators keep accepting yearly pay raises. The last raise for our adjunct professors was back in the 90’s. MICA is an educational institution, created to serve us, the students. If the people directly facilitating our education aren’t being treated fairly we should not stand by idly, especially when a projected career path for many of us is to become college professors.

Demand transparency, it is our right.

in the mean time, PLEASE sign this petition to show your support, a print out with direct testimonials will be hand delivered to Fred Lazarus tomorrow afternoon. 

hey everyone, Fred is sending out emails saying that the union would be an undue burden on our adjunct faculty. Lazarus cites the “cost” added to the faculty in the form of union dues that “is neither needed or desirable.” The SEIU 500’s union dues are 34 a month (while you are working for MICA) for those making more than 5500, and 24 a month for anyone making less than 5500. If anything up to 16 dollars a paycheck is an undue financial burden in the eyes of the administration, then what about cost of living, the cost of materials and supplies that so many of our practicing artist faculty require, transportation to and from campus (and to other campuses, for those who teach at multiple schools) and other expenses?

photographsonthebrain:

With so much innovation going on at this particular moment in contemporary photography, it might seem delusionally foolhardy to think we might be able to make critical sense of it as it is happening. But in the last year, I felt a real frame-breaking shift in the fabric of the medium, so much so that I have now begun to see the past few years as the precursors to a broader new imperative that is beginning to reach maturity - the rise of what we might call interdisciplinary photography.

This approach has developed so much momentum that it is literally engulfing the leading edge of the medium, gorging itself on adjacent artistic methods and incorporating them piece by piece into a larger whole. It’s a voracious beast that we have unleashed, and it’s currently expanding in nearly all directions at a breakneck pace.

2013: The Year of Interdisciplinary Photography[Collector Daily] 

♒brainstermin♒
 

brainstermin

 


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snappedchat:

L: prompt by Emily Mason
R: response by me

yeehaww

we match, sister/sister

we match, sister/sister


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killin’ it.

in three months, if everything works out, i will be living on the edge of this mountain range. sw00n & gmtfo. 

in three months, if everything works out, i will be living on the edge of this mountain range. sw00n & gmtfo. 

ginevrashay:

Ginevra Shay 2014 Silver Gelatin Print 8x10”

ginevrashay:

Ginevra Shay
2014
Silver Gelatin Print
8x10”


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listen, i’m tryin

and after that
2013

and after that

2013