As we reach the one year anniversary of COVID-19 we have started to reflect on all of the things that have happened around the world because of the pandemic. A lot of people are talking about the results of quarantine and one of the major topics is the lack of human interaction and who has had the most difficulty with it.
Victoria Ramsahoye is a sixteen year old from Guyana with dreams of attending Pace University, to continue her studies as a nursing student. Immigrating from the United States in 2016 she enjoys singing, writing and acting from the comfort of her bedroom. When she is able to find time in her schedule she loves makingContinue reading “Victoria Ramsahoye”
Nizette Dugue is a junior attending Queens College in New York City.She is a second generation Hatian-American who is interested in film photography. She is a street, and landscape photographer, but she hopes to expand her repertoire and do portrait photography. Dugue finds that photography grants her a new perspective through the camera’s lens allowingContinue reading “Nizette Dugue”
Matthew Salazar is a recent Hunter Graduate living in New York City. He is a first generation Dominican American who is interested in different forms of media, especially painting, and digital art. He enjoys discovering new ways of expression as a means to create and gain experience in creating art. While he graduated with aContinue reading “Matthew Salazar”
Travis Raeburn is a graduate from Purchase College who strives to accomplish his artistry in acting and his goal is to inspire black kids to have their voices heard in this industry. Growing up in Brooklyn, his mom was his inspiration. With her warm hugs and affection, she motivates him to be confident and showsContinue reading “Travis Raeburn”
Writing her dreams and nightmares and turning them into stories, started a love and interest in writing, for Samantha Mesa. Samantha Mesa is a sophomore at Lehman college who doesn’t know exactly what she wants to do with her love for writing and her vast knowledge of mathematics. Along with writing mathematics, Samantha is alsoContinue reading “Samantha Mesa”
With her love for writing beginning in elementary school, Rosie Hendricks is an aspiring journalist and a college sophomore at Temple University. At a young age, she used journals to jot down short story ideas and poems. As time inched forward, however, these journals developed a new purpose. From fiction writing to journalism, Hendricks findsContinue reading “Rosie Hendricks”
Born and raised in New York City, Jon Marichal is a 16-year-old junior in high school. Jon is inspired by the arts. He sees art as a form of self-expression and enjoys fashion, drawing, and creating film. Jon believes art can expand in multiple dimensions, creating unique perspectives for diverse groups of people. Art presentsContinue reading “Jon Marichal”
Bonnie Chen is a 19-year-old from Brooklyn, New York. She is currently a sophomore in college. Chen is heavily inspired by Asian American creative literature.
Born in Queens, Knaux is an 18-year-old student who attended LaGuardia Community College before the pandemic occurred. Though he is still deciding what he wants to do, he is interested in and enjoys creating art. He illustrates and sells his own art as commission. Creating and making art is something that he has been reallyContinue reading “Knaux”