(Issue 13) Theater, Film & TV Feature: Jose Useche

Interview by Kimber Monroe, Photography by Joana Meurkens As the new Editor of Mixed Mag’s Theater, Film and TV section, I wanted to have my first stab at featuring someone who I not only consider an upcoming giant in the industry, but a fellow peer. As an BIPOC actor and writer myself, I understand the … Read more(Issue 13) Theater, Film & TV Feature: Jose Useche

ASIATIC TRIBE

By Taqee Karriem Muhammad Photos by: @narigarner, @47messages & @christonmarie_photography Founded in 2016 by Taqee and Ameenah Karriem, ASIATIC TRIBE focuses on reviving classic silhouettes with modern twists using bold colors, patterns, blocking, etc. We strive to use fabrics and flattering silhouettes that are manufactured to be durable and high quality while still being healthy … Read moreASIATIC TRIBE

Brand By’s Winter Collection // Tamia Johnson Collaboration

By Tanya Sheikh Brand By is a lifestyle brand fusing art and community in bringing people together through collaboration,. Featuring both artist collaborations and stand alone collections, we explore different themes that are then translated into easy to wear pieces. Brand By works with businesses and creatives from the community to bring each collection to … Read moreBrand By’s Winter Collection // Tamia Johnson Collaboration

The U.S Underfunds Education and Dominates Entertainment: Conscious Consumption of Art Has Taught Me More Than Public School by Trinity Townsend

Illustration by iggdeh The United States education system has been in an era of decline since the onset of the Great Recession in 2007. With the federal government struggling to keep itself afloat at the time, various areas received funding cuts and education was one of the areas most impacted. Although the economy has improved … Read moreThe U.S Underfunds Education and Dominates Entertainment: Conscious Consumption of Art Has Taught Me More Than Public School by Trinity Townsend

Representation Matters by Noah Westfall

Every decade the United States conducts a national census to count the population and identify demographic trends. The recent 2020 census revealed notable population changes including a decrease in the proportion of the population that identifies as White-alone and a dramatic increase in the proportion of the population identifying as multiracial. Now, two years later … Read moreRepresentation Matters by Noah Westfall

Editor’s Note: Hot Girl Tips for a Healthy Gut by Stephanie Eyocko

Hello and welcome to the 13th Issue of Mixed Mag. I am so happy to have you here. What if I told you that longevity really can be achieved through food — if you follow an approach based on facts, not the newest craze? I’m a City Girl in every way: A twenty something, career-oriented, … Read moreEditor’s Note: Hot Girl Tips for a Healthy Gut by Stephanie Eyocko

“Depository VI, Depository II, Depository V” by Nkem Odeh-Ifeyinwa

Depository II, Depository V, and Depository VI Nkem Odeh-Ifeyinwa is a visual artist born on the 7th of March, 1994 in Ile – Ife, Osun State but from Ika – South Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria by origin. He is a graduate of the Fine and Applied Art Department also known as the … Read more“Depository VI, Depository II, Depository V” by Nkem Odeh-Ifeyinwa

Remember Me by Love

Hold on,Just one more second.Picture my face andRemember me here.Please, don’t forget about me,I won’t forget about you.Room 13.The door,The clock,The window,The words.The words I’ll never get out of my head.Don’t forget me,Room 13.Your innocence,Your smile,The thoughts never big enough,To form your words.Thoughts trapped inside of electrical currents.Room 13.Remember me.ReflectionsNot a glass in sight,Not a … Read moreRemember Me by Love

Artwork by Musah Swallah

Musah Swallah is a visual artist born and raised in Accra, Ghana. For Musah, art is a tool for self expression, creating awareness, and transforming society. His paintings, sculptures, and mixed media works render stories that reflect African identity, cultural values and daily life. Currently, he paints on repurposed wooden panels, plywood, paper and canvases … Read moreArtwork by Musah Swallah

Artwork by Islam Ben Amri

Since I was young, art was always an interest to me. I began my practice first with drawing, and then continued to mixed media collage. I live in Morocco, a creative and artistic country, which inspired me to follow my passion for the arts. This love of art encouraged me to transform traditional works through … Read moreArtwork by Islam Ben Amri

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