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Red Ink 15.02 By Red Ink
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Red Ink is a Native American, student-run publication at the University of Arizona. Established in 1989, Red Ink has published the works of writers and artists (both well-known and budding) from many... More > different Native Nations. Red Ink's primary mission to highlight Native American intellectual and creative expression through the media of poetry, short stories, creative non-fiction, scholarly articles, original artwork, photography, and book, music and film reviews. Red Ink promotes an ongoing discourse with all persons and organizations that are interested in Native American issues and topics. Red Ink is designed to promote both scholarly and grassroots publishing by and for Native and non-Native members of--as well as advocates for--indigenous communities. Our goal is to provide a journal that is accessible to non-academics, while also providing a forum for serious scholars.< Less
Authors Ink 2014-2015 By Authors Ink
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Authors Ink, the PCH creative writing team compiled their work into this entertaining, engaging, and provocative anthology.
INK Magazine Spring 2010 // The One Year Issue By INK Magazine
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NK MAGAZINE SPRING 2010 - one full year issue! facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/INK-MAGAZINE/170667111515?ref=ts website: www.inkmagazine.110mb.com
RED INK Vol. 16.2/17.1 By RED INK
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A Native American Student Publication established in 1989. Has published the creative writing, scholarly articles, art and photography from well known and up-and-coming names across Indian Country.... More > Such names as Vine Deloria Jr., N. Scott Momaday, Wilma Mankiller, Robert Williams, Sherwin Bitsui, John Trudell, Laura Tohe, and Simon Ortiz among many others. Our mission is to amplify the Native voice and provide a forum where Native and non-Natives can dialogue about Indigenous issues. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Red-Ink-Magazine/153379354696515< Less
The Secret Life of Daydreams By INK MAGAZINE
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something for you to much on in between meals. INK magazine is pleased to release; The Secret Life of Daydreams. A small digest of goodness. Inside you'll find the long awaited pitchfork review, by... More > INK Magazine's Cody Bralts! Along with a spread by Lauren Cane! read it up.< Less
STORYTELLERS OF THE INFORMATION AGE. On the role of narrative in UBERMORGEN.COM’s work By Inke Arns
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Since the second half of the 90s, storytelling has become a central strategy in hacktivism and media art, whereas before, actions and performances aimed at creating disturbance, boycotts and... More > resistance. To Inke Arns – theorist of media art and artistic director of Hartware MedienKunstVerein in Dortmund – media artists and performers such as Yes Men, Christoph Schlingensief, RTMark, Laibach and Ubermorgen have chosen the strategy of “over identification”, which uses narrative and storytelling, in many of their works. In the projects Voteauction (2000), Psych|OS (2002), EKMRZ-Trilogy (2005–2008), through narratives and counter-narratives, the artist duo Ubermorgen.com enable the audience to understand the complex structures that underlie the functioning of society. By releasing made-up stories into the mass media, they succeed from time to time in launching a certain topic and its reaching a global audience. Potentially mobilizing it.< Less
Storytellers of the Information Age - On the Role of Narrative In Ubermorgen.com’s Work By Inke Arns
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Since the second half of the 90s, storytelling has become a central strategy in hacktivism and media art, whereas before, actions and performances aimed at creating disturbance, boycotts and... More > resistance. To Inke Arns – theorist of media art and artistic director of Hartware MedienKunstVerein in Dortmund – media artists and performers such as Yes Men, Christoph Schlingensief, RTMark, Laibach and Ubermorgen have chosen the strategy of “over identification”, which uses narrative and storytelling, in many of their works. In the projects Voteauction (2000), Psych|OS (2002), EKMRZ-Trilogy (2005–2008), through narratives and counter-narratives, the artist duo Ubermorgen.com enable the audience to understand the complex structures that underlie the functioning of society. By releasing made-up stories into the mass media, they succeed from time to time in launching a certain topic and its reaching a global audience. Potentially mobilizing it.< Less
Female Tattooists By Ladies & Ink
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'Ladies & Ink: Female Tattooists' is a collection of 100+ ladies who tattoo around the world. 'Female Tattooists' celebrates the tattoo work, paintings and ladies themselves who make up the... More > industry today. It holds a variety of talent ranging from watercolor to acrylic to embroidery to handkerchiefs to oils and back to tattoos. Ladies & Ink itself is a community for female tattooists created by female tattooists. My hope in creating this book is to inspire awareness and collaboration between tattooists utilizing all mediums without the limitation of country, oceans or solitude. With 100+ female tattooists, a few include: Loretta Leu [Switzerland], Debra Yarian [US], Horiren the First [Japan], Virginia Elwood [US], Tai Iglesias [Spain], Marie Sena [US], Katja Ramirez [US}, Lina Stigsson [Netherlands], Jaclyn Rehe [UK], Anna Day [Australia], Alix Ge [France], Giulia Frederica [Italy], Silvia Zed [UK], Guen Douglas [Netherlands], Camila Rocha [US], Bruna Yonashiro [Brazil], Sarah Bolen [Germany] & many more< Less
Volume 17.2"-" Storytelling By RED INK
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This issue celebrates the 25th Anniversary of the publication which was created in 1989. RED INK has featured well known scholars, community activists, writers/ poets, photographers, artists,... More > musicians from around the globe. We have also highlighted the work of up and coming professionals, youth and elders from Native communities around the world offering a place for dialogue and discussion on the issues that are important to Native/ Indigenous communities.< Less
Never Stop Speaking Up 2017-18 By Survival Ink
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This project is dedicated to empathy. To help you catch the eye of a kid that thousands will And to remind you of the hundreds Of hands you will shake, of what it takes To put a speck of color in an... More > eye And for a minute, to ponder what it's like To be the beating hearts Walking the halls of our schools. They are beauty, passion, hope, triumph, and glory all at the same time. A collection of moments that create so much to give them credit for. Never Stop Speaking Up.  < Less