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Honey Rockwell’s passion, knowledge of breaking shine beyond her Acworth studio

Honey Rockwell’s passion, knowledge of breaking shine beyond her Acworth studio

March 1, 2021Volume 2 Issue 2By: Jacob Lavoie “Atlanta dance community welcomed me with open arms.” Breaking is about freedom. Freedom within your body. Freedom within the music. Freedom within how you express yourself. It is physically and creatively demanding […]

Jerylann Warner embraces lifetime full of history in her work at Callanwolde

Jerylann Warner embraces lifetime full of history in her work at Callanwolde

March 1, 2021Volume 2 Issue 2By: Ashley Gibson A brilliantly fading sunset outlined the Atlanta skyline, towering over the rambling grounds of Callanwolde Fine Arts Center. Car headlights pierced the December evening air, illuminating a stark, vacant parking lot while […]

The body as a political vessel: a conversation with Okwae A. Miller

The body as a political vessel: a conversation with Okwae A. MillerOkwae, a Black man with a shaved head, is captured mid-air after jumping off the wooden ramp beneath him. His feet and arms are relaxed. He is shirtless and the muscles in his back, arms, and calves are visible. He wears a knee-length white tulle skirt. Okwae’s chest is pulled towards the sky and his eyes are turned upwards in surrender.

October 31, 2020Volume 2 Issue 1By: Laura Briggs Atlanta-based choreographer Okwae A. Miller has been making work about race and identity politics for years, but the COVID-19 pandemic and public outcry against police brutality catalyzed his creative process, forcing him […]

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