In this current state of quarantine, it’s only natural to miss the events and spaces that drew our communities together. Do you miss the experience of exploring a new art gallery? Or hearing a live DJ? What about meeting emerging and local artists, who each have a unique perspective and product they want to share with you? Look no further than ARTiculate ATL, an urban art social meant to display the work of 20 Atlanta artists.

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With the COVID pandemic keeping us static, have you been listening to your old favorite music? Or trying to find something new? If so, superproducers Swizz Beatz and Timbaland have got you covered. In late March, the duo created the Verzuz series, an Instagram LIVE battle of hits between two established artists (or groups) meant to remind and educate people about some of the greatest hip-hop and R&B artists and, in the short time since its inception, Verzuz has drawn hundreds of thousands of fans. 

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When Dionna Collins founded her business ComfiArt in 2016, it was a departure for her. After realizing she was burnt out from freelance digital design work and her fulltime job, Collins wanted a new artistic platform of her own. In an interview with VA Mag, Collins spoke on the beginnings of her business. “ComfiArt started as a pillow company. I created pillows and blankets, a lot of stuff that’s comfy.”

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Kerby Jean-Raymond has no problem responding to convention with a “Fuck you.” A child of Haitian immigrants, Kerby launched his fashion label Pyer Moss in 2013 and has since amassed widespread recognition as an up-and-coming leader in the world of fashion. He’s outspoken in regards to racism in the industry, in every industry for that matter. And, in an exciting turn, his artistic talents now encompass directing music videos.

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