New year, new ideas on ArtsEverywhere


If one of your resolutions this year involves reading more and scrolling less, we have many new articles on ArtsEverywhere that offer new perspectives on art and social justice from around the world.

New on ArtsEverywhere:


Read Jason DaSilva’s experience of lockdown from the confines of his wheelchair, as he watches his network of support contract the virus, and grapples with rekindled feelings of isolation and separation. The most recent piece from the Long Hauling COVID series.

Our series Polity of Literature will conclude its first phase of publishing this month. This long-form exploration of the relationship between a prison inmate and a filmmaker (turned prison rights advocate) serves as an engaging penultimate entry to this long-running series.


Find out how a rag-tag group of activists disrupted the whitest, most Global-North dominant UN climate change summit in The Great Glasgow COP Out by environmental scientist Dipti Bhatnagar.

Mavi Veloso’s queer trans language is always in flux, twisting Brazilian Portuguese and English phrases into new contortions that coat the tongue in a queer kind of gloss. Listen as she performs an essay-poem (or something like that). Supplemented by a queer abécédaire.

We hope you’ve had some time to unwind so you’re energized for the year ahead

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