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The most perfect advice for breast cancer awareness

We sat down with Sara, one of the models from The Scar Project, to discuss her choice to have a prophylactic mastectomy when she was found to have the BRCA gene. Her story inspires!

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Imagine every girl had an education

Photos by, of and for girls to honor International Day of the Girl.

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Iain Thomas on social justice and why artists should remain anonymous

The success of Iain Thomas’ microstory blog I Wrote This For You emanates from his ability to write succinctly, often reflecting in his words the struggle, the loneliness and the darkness of our human experience. He simultaneously reminds us to keep hope while allowing us, his readers, to share our own stories.  Much of what Iain Thomas does fits […]

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How art creates social change in 5 TED Talks

It would be easy for you to dismiss art as excessive, as unnecessary, a waste of money and resources when compared with the destitution, ills and social injustices ever-present around the world. If you did this, you would be missing the point of art. Art exposes and helps resolve issues of social justice.  As a […]

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How-to create a successful collaboration

Jordan Oram tells you why and how you should collaborate with others.

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Jordan Oram explains why every photographer is unique

How to take your own unique qualities into your work.

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Photo taken by our students, editing in Adobe photoshop has been accepted for an international exhibition in Toronto.

8 rules to create a successful volunteer experience

It’s not always easy connecting non-profit work to the community it’s designed to help.

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Woman in market in Dubai

Photo Essay: Celebrating the diversity of women around the world

Thank you to all who stopped by the Cloudhead blog for Women’s History Month.

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