Through intimate profiles, this section presents established and emerging artists, activists, environmentalists, surfers, creators and creative minds.
Our space is to showcase real life experiences, to share advice and stories from the females who are making it and dominating in their fields. Here is a place for them to open up unapologetically. As part of our passion lies in paving the way for the next generation of women, we strive to be mentors to push you to pursue your dreams, as we are pursuing ours.
All eyes on you is our special place of appreciation. Here we feature those who inspire us, with Q&A’s, stories, and more. This is our female portrait series.
As a kid, Ines Ambrosio dreamt of being an actress and a dentist. Why feel obligated to choose? The first thing she wanted to learn how to draw was a dolphin. Years later, she became a multidisciplinary visual artist passionate about surfing. That couldn’t make more sense.
Before talking with documentary photographer Rachel Claire I didn’t know what a dugite’s belly on a pavement sounded like. And to be honest, I had no idea what a dugite was. The wildest animals I’ve encountered were coyotes, antelopes, weasels, and my neighbors’ cats.
The South Carolina-based visual artist and surfer has a special long-term relationship with drawing, and more generally with art. In the arts, Taylor found a new way of approaching surfing, and vice versa.
Did you try to grow tomatoes on your balcony during lockdown? Of course, you did. At least, your neighbor did. You saw it on Instagram. Slow living recently became a big trend worldwide, gaining momentum during the Covid crisis in the same way as your grandma became popular overnight on Tiktok.
On January 26th, 2021, while most Australians celebrate Australia Day as the day Australia was founded, thousands of protestors took to the streets defying Covid restrictions for greater recognition of Australia’s Indigenous history.