Today is International Women's Day! Women are oftentimes underappreciated, but they shouldn't be. So, in honor of International Women's Day, we have put together these videos of inspiration, encouragement, and empowerment to applaud the incredible women who deserve a little extra appreciation today!
Oscar Wilde said, "Art is the most intense mode of individualism that the world has known." After you watch these 3 stories you'll be inspired to pursue your passions!
The author Chuck Klosterman said, "Art and love are the same thing: It's the process of seeing yourself in things that are not you." This idea—that our identities are necessarily reflected in our art—runs through the veins of three artists we spoke to about their work. Each of these artists is demonstrating that in order to live life to the fullest you must pursue what makes your soul sing.
There may be no right answer on how to grieve a loved one, but Michael G. Reagan and George W. Bush have found ways to help.
While most young kids are looking forward to playing with friends or going to birthday parties, this 7-year-old is working to help others. Maia Bastianelli is an artist who is using her artwork to raise money for children with disabilities. "Maia is extremely giving and has such a huge heart", said Mikki Doling, Maia's Grandmother.
One college professor is changing the lives of the homeless around the country. You may remember Willie Baronet from our HooplaHa original video, Eclectic Artist Brings Homelessness To Light Through Thought Provoking Collection, which highlighted the artist's journey collecting homeless signs and shedding light on their lifestyle. Well, Willie's back and continuing to create hope for the homeless with his traveling art exhibit, which sheds light on the daily struggles of someone who doesn't have a home. And with his work, Willie's is lifting spirits in homeless communities across America!
This week's Chicken Soup For The Soul Moment brings you graffiti, music and happiness! 5Pointz Aerosol Art Center, Inc. is an outdoor art exhibit space in Long Island City, New York, considered to be the world’s premiere “graffiti Mecca.” Graffiti artists from around the globe paint colorful pieces on the walls of building to add color, art and togetherness to the community!
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What was the last excuse you used for not following your dreams? Westport, Connecticut resident Rosie Jon was born without arms, but that has not stopped her from setting her goals high.