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Colleen Kong-Savage is a fine artist with a penchant for paper. Her first children’s picture book, The Turtle Ship by Helena Ku Rhee, was illustrated in her signature style of paper collage. Since then, Kong-Savage’s artwork has crossed into the digital realm, but still adheres...

Chey Nelson is a visual and tattoo artist residing in NYCHA’s Woodside Houses. Inks and acrylic paints are her current mediums of choice, though she has dabbled in painting on textiles, watercolors, and mural collaborations. She also creates work digitally, and often depicts characters from...

Natasha Herring is a genre-busting storyteller, mixed-media healing artist, writer, and entrepreneur. She is a Kimbilio and Voices of Our Nations Arts (VONA) recipient and has been published in TriQuarterly, OyeDrum, and Operating System 30/30/30. Growing up as a latchkey kid in the Lower East...

Álvarez Díaz is a Spanish muralist and visual artist based in Brooklyn. Her large-scale murals incorporate symbols, patterns, and words, often with slogans or pithy poetry.  Her work has been selected for international competitions, such as Pinta Malasaña (Madrid Street Art Project) and adorns institutional...