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Spotlight: Weyni Mengesha

When you speak, Weyni follows your words like a map, as though she expects you to be profound, as though she believes that the next word you say might hold the key to an elusive treasure.

By Bahia Watson, Photography by Dahlia Katz / May 12, 2017
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Creative Appropriation

Diversifying our stages is not a challenge we can address solely by commissioning lots and lots of new plays.

By Holger Syme / Apr 13, 2017

The Flip Side: Women Artists Are Also Just Artists

It’s not everyday (yet) that women artists creating thought-provoking, innovative work are reported on merely for their work and not for the fact that they accomplished their work as females.

By Hannah Antaki / May 24, 2016