"Using what I had was like a paper at school, like I did it on lined paper. I doodled on everything. Eventually, it was something that I asked for on special occasions, like materials. "
Amidst the prominent issues engraved in America, racism thrives as one of them.
"I have found myself in the arts, and that is the only choice I gave myself; that is the only thing I want to do."
"It’s okay to be unsure. We don’t really know what we’re doing, we just like making music and we’re still figuring it out. Just start making stuff. Just do stuff; just make stuff. Start putting out music."
"I can’t draw or paint. Photography and video were what I told myself I wanted to do with my life, so I just said, why not get started? "
"The reason why I gravitated toward theater is that it’s so complex. And it’s really impossible to master. I just saw a challenge and I like a challenge."
"Being a minority can affect my art in a way that inspires me more. But also as a dancer, there are many women who dance. But as a small non-white, Asian ballerina, it can be hard to find your place."
"But then I think when I'm playing my own music, and I'm just in my room, writing by myself, I can do whatever the hell I want. [I can] change things, add things, right there. I think having that outlet of individual work is always a good thing to have."
Now, when I first bought my ticket, I wasn't entirely too enthusiastic. I mean, I wasn't jumping up and down. As the opening credits rolled, I was checking Instagram and Twitter. I was tempted to text my mom back. This all changed within the first 10 minutes of the film. It starts off a year… Read More "Loving Vincent Review"
"I think that if you get the children and younger generations involved in art, then other people will follow. I feel like there would be an obligation for parents and siblings to get into it too. To an extent, those kids will grow up and be involved as adults, and their kids will also be involved."