Vietnamese-American Culture Featured in Fields Corner Mural

Published in the Bay State Banner, September 28, 2017 Photo by Karen Morales The Fields Corner neighborhood of Dorchester has one of the largest concentrations of Vietnamese-Americans in Boston. A diverse group of local artists and neighbors set out recently to increase the visibility of this vibrant community with a mural outside of Pho Hoa… Read More Vietnamese-American Culture Featured in Fields Corner Mural

2016 – Not Your Grandmother’s Knit Sweater

Published on ymemerson.com, March 13, 2016 Photo by Benjamin Frohman Meet Pilar Duralde. Part time Writing for Film and TV major, part time sweater knitter. But she’s no grandma. This first semester senior makes delightfully quirky “boob sweaters” with a bad-ass message. YM: Why did you start making these types of sweaters? P: I made myself… Read More 2016 – Not Your Grandmother’s Knit Sweater

2016 – An Interactive Art Installation That Will Let You Confess All Your Secrets is Coming to Boston

Published on bostoncommon-magazine.com, March 29, 2016 Starting on April 11, a public video booth will invite people to complete the statement, “The Truth is…” at The Verb Hotel and the Rose Kennedy Greenway. Filters and backlit iPhone cases aside (thanks for that one, Kim Kardashian), a public art installation slated to appear on the Rose… Read More 2016 – An Interactive Art Installation That Will Let You Confess All Your Secrets is Coming to Boston