At Home

By Silvina Mizrahi

“At Home” is part of my Internal Topographies series and is reminiscent of the homes where I lived in Argentina.

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Caprice

By Silvina Mizrahi

“Caprice” explores how the artist has imagined the world otherwise.

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Secret Garden

By Silvina Mizrahi

The artwork “Secret Garden” emphasizes the artist’s perspective of the most magnificent landscape.

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Joyous Encounter

By Silvina Mizrahi

“Everything that comes in the mail, little toys from my daughter’s childhood, buttons and different types of laces from my father store in Argentina, play key roles as both inspiration and tools to imprint my ideas on the canvases.

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Sefarad

By Silvina MIzrahi

In the artwork “Sefarad” Silvina uses a collage of paintings and hidden objects using photographic sources from maps, music sheets, and textiles.

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Homes and Ladders

By Silvina Mizrahi

 “Homes and Ladders” is a simple, yet tasteful architectural design, with many households such as the ones traced by a child.

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The Moon and the River

By Silvina Mizrahi

“The moon and the river” is a mixed media collage with recycled materials, pompoms, acrylic paint, ribbons from my father’s old store in Argentina, and a paper boat.

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Exile

By Silvina Mizrahi

Hold on- Let me call out to the birds flying about in the sky.

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Music in Blue

By Silvina Mizrahi

“Music in blue” is a painting that belongs to a series of poems.

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Khaal

By Ivan Flores

Depicted here is the khaal adorned hand of Mariam Solaimankhel, a member of the Afghan parliament representing the Kuchi nomadic community.

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La Catrina

By Edgar Calaveras

Here is one of Edgar’s many takes on La Catrina, also known as a sugar skull girl.

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Mayan Warrior

By Edgar Calaveras

The predecessor of black-and-grey and hyperrealism tattooing, Chicano style is a broad style which encompasses Mexican experience and focuses on realism.

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Finishing Touches

By Soraya/Ivan Flores

Here Ivan captures tattoo artist Soraya, at work in one of her many temporary studios in Kabul, Afghanistan.

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Unity

By Diego Machado

Add Fuel began his career under the full name Add Fuel to the Fire.

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Luna Bliss

By Marka27

Marka27 blends elements of street/pop culture with Mexican and indigenous aesthetics—a signature look the artist has coined “Neo Indigenous.

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Black Madonna

By Cedric “Vise 1” Douglass and Julz Roth

Watch a video about the creation of this mural [.

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Kindness Contagion

By Martyna Wójcik-Śmierska

Martyna Wójcik-Śmierska is a graphic designer and illustrator from Poland.

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Winnisimmet Headdresses

By Unnamed artist of the Massachusett nation

The area that is now Chelsea, Massachusetts, was known as Winnisimmet by the Massachusett people who originally inhabited the area.

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Women are Perfect

By Jessica Sabogal

This artwork is a product of a project by the Amplifier Design Lab to promote hope and COVID-19 safety.

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16 New Members

By Golden

“I would like to create powerful emotions such as love, gratitude, happiness, and hope through bright colors and expressive art messages.

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LOVE

By Cey Adams

Hear Sway discuss Adams’ amazing story.

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Doña Patria

By Evaristo Angurria

Part of the Doña Patria: Belleza Dominicana series, Angurria celebrates Dominican culture and the everyday beauty of womanhood.

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Doily

By Damaris Cruz

Watch a video about the creation of this mural Cruz uses liquid paint and mixes in wheat paste, paper, and print in her process.

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Untitled (Don Rimx)

By Don Rimx

Don Rimx is a classically trained fine artist, graffitist, grand scale muralist and new school tattoo artist.

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Grandma Eve

By Helen Burr

The woman featured in this mural is actually the artist’s grandmother, an influential figure in Burr’s life.

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Revelry

By Sidhartha Pani, MD

Holi represents the arrival of spring and the triumph of good over evil.

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Festival of Colors- Holi

By Sunanda Sahay

This traditional illustration depicts Krishna, hero of the Hindu epic Mahabharata, celebrating Holi with his divine consort, Radha.

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The Koel’s Call

By Diya Ghosh

As the most romanticized bird in South Asian literature, held in high regard for its beautiful song, the Koel has been a common symbol of love.

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Diya

By Dinesh Patel, MD

The diya (oil lamp) symbolizes purity and goodness of inner spirit.

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Indian Holi Food

By Helen Yeryomenko

Of course Holi is well most well known for the colorful powders and water which people douse one another in, but the savory and sweet favors and aromas of food are just as joyous and just as important.

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Gotchya!

By Dharmendra Acharya

Gulal (Hindi: गुलाल) or Abir (Bengali: আবির) or Abhir (Odia: ଅଭିର) is the traditional name given to the colored powders used for the Holi festival.

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Holi Festival in Rajastan

By Tina Lorien

Holi is often celebrated by singing in large choruses with instrumental accompaniments, similar to the tradition of Christmas caroling.

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Holi Selfie

By Dharmendra Acharya

While the Indian color festival is most popular in India, Holi celebrations happen around the world from city-wide celebrations to backyard family festivities.

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Healing Hearts

By Dinesh Patel, MD

Lamprocapnos spectabilis, or the Bleeding Heart, is a member of the poppy family and native to northern Asia.

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Dancers

By Sidhartha Pani, MD

Holi represents the arrival of spring and the triumph of good over evil.

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OFF THE GRID Collection

By OFF THE GRID photography

Here we see Joanne, the sole named participant of the Off The Grid Project (right) and whose story can be found here and here, in a candid moment with a resident of the Lynn Emergency Homeless Shelter whom she had not seen for some time.

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Untitled

By Anonymous

The city of Lynn sits silent under the cover of darkness.

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Untitled

By Anonymous

 This building is a bit of a throwback to late 19th century architecture.

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Just skin

By Jessica Skintges Wallach

A stencil of Jessica standing in profile with hands stretched out above her head as if she is in second position for ballet, feet wide, arms making a circle above her head.

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Kareem

By Truth in Numbers

Kareem, an Afro-Caribbean scientist from the island federation of St.

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Shannon

By Nature

Shannon is currently pursuing her PhD at MIT within the Media Arts and Sciences program.

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Daniel Chonde, Scientist, Beaver

By Poetry of Science

Daniel B Chonde, MD PhD is a radiology resident, diversity advocate, and researcher at the Massachusetts General Hospital interested in understanding how art can be used to create more empathetic, culturally aware, and equitable healthcare spaces that empower both patients and providers.

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Nandita

By Under the Eucalyptus Tree

Nandita is really interested in using eco-friendly technology to help people all around the world stay healthy.

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Kathleen

By The Shades of Us

Kathleen, a first-generation Vietnamese Iranian American, is a computational neuroscience and artificial intelligence researcher pursuing her studies at MIT.

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Phylum Cnidaria

By Poetry of Science

Inspired by the scientific interests of Jason Samaroo, a Cellular and Molecular Biologist at Boston University, this poem, “Phylum Cnidaria,” is intended to introduce biological nomenclature and classification about this group of organisms in plain English.

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Huili

By To Be Understood

Huili, a Chinese boundary-breaking technologist/scientist/designer, is currently working towards a PhD at MIT Media Lab.

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Christian

By Looking

Christian is currently pursuing his PhD in Biology at MIT.

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X-Ray

By Poetry of Science

Sheena is currently a PhD candidate in the Department of Biology at MIT.

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The Soul Project

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Emily

By Kristie Dean & Denisha Fisher

Daughter, fiancé, adaptive athlete, cake decorator & friend.

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Melissa

By Kristie Dean & Denisha Fisher

Mother to a special child, wife, life & leadership coach, writer and recovering perfectionist.

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Nikki

By Kristie Dean & Denisha Fisher

Mother, wife, sister, friend, person in recovery from substance use disorder, survivor of prostitution, CEO of Living In Freedom Together.

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Lisa

By Kristie Dean & Denisha Fisher

Mother, teacher, singer, songwriter, caretaker, and peace activist.

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Sue

By Kristie Dean & Denisha Fisher

Wife, stepmom, Grandmother (“Susie”), daughter, aunt, sister, dog mom and friend.

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Julia

By Kristie Dean & Denisha Fisher

Daughter, sister, girlfriend, friend, scientist and breast cancer warrior.

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Barbara

By Kristie Dean & Denisha Fisher

Mother, grandmother, great grandmother, deacon, teacher, and advisor.

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Sarah

By Kristie Dean & Denisha Fisher

Mom, wife, daughter, sister, niece and cousin.

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Jamie

By Kristie Dean & Denisha Fisher

Mother, wife, sister, daughter, high school counselor.

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Hilary

By Kristie Dean & Denisha Fisher

Mom to 2 incredible kids, fundraiser at Boston Children’s Hospital, artist & activist.

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Keisha

By Kristie Dean & Denisha Fisher

Business owner, Mass state Ambassador for The Muscular Dystrophy Association, person living with Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy.

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Paula

By Kristie Dean & Denisha Fisher

Mom, wife, grandmother, friend, dog mom, cousin and volunteer.

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Micayla

By Kristie Dean & Denisha Fisher

Daughter, sister, friend, wife, Mumma, nurse, advocate & nonprofit co-founder.

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Tina

By Kristie Dean & Denisha Fisher

Daughter, sister, friend, dog mama, career woman, fitness enthusiast, & body positive advocate.

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Julia

By Kristie Dean & Denisha Fisher

Mother and published author.

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Rae

By Kristie Dean & Denisha Fisher

Artist, mental health advocate, daughter, sister & best friend.

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Rock Therapy

By Paul Sayed

Man dressed in stone Cat in the church Emerald are eyes of god- pray man dressed up in irone & stone to bless you pray with a son of beige skin & sapphire eyes pray because daughter would be a woman pray like ugly cats no matter brown or black pray are homeless or wander in houses pray for love that does not exist.

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We Are ALL From There

By Amir Leung-Tat

When we speak of immigrants, it always seems as though they exist outside the fabric of what it means to be American.

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Prince

By Amir Leung-Tat

Unlike the narrative we continue to see in mainstream media about young black men, they are descendants of royalty.

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Drowning in Tears

By Amir Leung-Tat

The downpour of tears shed cannot wash away the names of the many lives stolen from our collective memory.

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Teaching the Future

By Amir Leung-Tat

Teaching the next generation about the ongoing struggle is critical in equipping them with tools needed to stand proudly in who we are as a people.

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Calling Our Ancestors

By Amir Leung-Tat

The historical stronghold of our ancestral fortitude provides the backdrop on which we often lean.

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Invention Reveals Truth

By Amir Leung-Tat

The catalyst that sparked the protests in the summer of 2020 was a phone recording which documented the evident brutality against humanity and blatant disregard for the back body.

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Rest

By Amir Leung-Tat

Although the struggle continues for our BIPOC community, we can find energy in connecting.

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Beauty

By Amir Leung-Tat

The definition of beauty is subjective.

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Coming of Age

By Amir Leung-Tat

No matter where you are, stepping into manhood is a significant rite of passage.

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Our Friendships

By Amir Leung-Tat

In spite of our displacement, multitude of hues and backgrounds, our friendships are stronger than the chains that bound us together.

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Laughter

By Amir Leung-Tat

Laughter is a stress reliever that can mentally lighten the load.

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Brotherhood

By Amir Leung-Tat

A sense of community and brotherhood can sometimes be cultivated on college campuses through fraternities like Phi Beta Sigma.

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