[MONDAYS ARE FINE] MAY 28
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1. Hope your long weekend was as sunny and vibey as could be. Now, let's get back to it! *flex emoji* Catch up on all of the CLASS OF 2018 Q2 content to find your focus and get motivated for the month ahead. Enroll as a student here or buy the worksheets individually here.
2. Kelis' talents know no bounds: she creates iconic tracks, shapes fashion and beauty trends, and even cooks up meals as a professionally trained chef. She talks to Fader about how the industry has changed since 2006, playing with personal style–and, of course, good food.
3. Need an excuse to completely redecorate your home office?These 11 creative workspaces are it. Prepare yourself for a major plant haul.
4. The New Yorker kicks off a new poetry feature with poets Ada Limón and Natalie Diaz exchanging eight poems back-and-forth that explore the intimacies of their lives amidst the shifting political landscape in the U.S.
5. The daughter of the co-founder of Benefit Cosmetics turned her own beauty project into an $11 million charitable hustle. Here's how she did it and you can, too.
NEW YORK CITY
Agnès Varda's 1977 film One Sings, the Other Doesn't - tracing the highs and lows of a female friendship over the course of a decade - is playing at BAM from June 1 - 7 for their BAMcinématek series.
Killed Negatives: Unseen Images of 1930s America at the Whitechapel Gallery is a haunting portrayal of rural poverty during this rarely-documented era.
Trace LA’s storied past to becoming a hub of 20th century gospel music through vintage photographs, memorabilia, and of course, music at CAAM's How Sweet the Sound: Gospel Music in Los Angeles.