Human trafficking is one of the globe’s worst-kept secrets. Though hidden behind veils of secrecy, human trafficking can still be blatantly visible for those who seek to either exploit it or stop it.
For a budding artist, undergraduate and graduate school can be a time of development, sometimes shaky, and at other times beautifully brilliant.
In today’s news and politics, the topic of refugees and forced displacement is a common theme. Often displaying heartbreaking photos and stories of refugees fleeing their country and attempting to find another, safer home, the media attempts to display the hardship many people face today.
The art of weaving brings images of warmth, domesticity and tranquility to minds of many, evoking memories and pictures of people sitting next to an old, wooden loom.
Upon walking into the broad expanse of the Chazen Museum of Art, I can feel an immediate sense of connection to the arts community of the UW-Madison campus.