At the end of 2015, I was happy to respond affirmatively to a request from co-authors Lauren Gucik & Rachel Cassandra to … Continue Reading An Interview with the Authors of “Women Street Artists of Latin America: Arte Sin Miedo”
Graffiti Grrlz: Performing Feminism in the Hip Hop Diaspora is now under contract with NYU Press and I’m looking for cover … Continue Reading Last Call for Cover Art! Graffiti Grrlz is under contract!
Folks! I’m so happy to announce that “The Routledge Handbook of Graffiti and Street Art” is now available! The handbook, … Continue Reading Street Art & Graffiti Handbook has Dropped!
Because I’m a mother of a beautiful amazing brilliant small child, sometimes I miss the other stuff going on in life. … Continue Reading New Documentary on Graff and Street Art Grrlz: “Street Heroines”
Attention #graffgrrlz who have participated in my book project!! I’m writing the conclusion and considering I interviewed some of you a … Continue Reading Graffiti Grrlz-time to update!
So I’m in the middle of writing a new chapter for Graffiti Grrlz: Performing Feminism in the Hip Hop Diaspora based on … Continue Reading Know Your Herstory: CatFight Digital Zine
[written Summer 2013] No Somos “Mariposas,” Somos “MariPUSSY”: An Interview with Graffiti Art Activist MISS163 aka Sharon Lee De La … Continue Reading From the Archives: An interview with hemispheric graffitera MISS163
Some people go to the gym, some people do needlepoint, this is what I do…I hang out in dirty tunnels … Continue Reading Hanging out in a dirty tunnel…getting in touch with the “Erotic” (a la Lorde)
On October 31st, HBO premiered the documentary Banksy Does New York. Similar to the kerfuffle over Banksy’s identity after the premiere of Exit Through the Gift Shop, this past week has seen “a revived interest” in knowing—once and for all?—just … Continue Reading The Real Revolutionary Potential Of Banksy Identifying As A Woman…Is Not That They’d “Be” A Woman.
Art Basel is America’s largest art fair which happens during the first week of December each year in Miami, Florida, … Continue Reading Support Few and Far at Art Basel!!!
About two years ago my colleague Dr. Shanté Smalls and I decided to put together a special issue that would recalibrate … Continue Reading NOW AVAILABLE: “All Hail the Queenz: A Queer Feminist Recalibration of Hip Hop Scholarship”
Who? Shamsia Hassani From where? Kabul, Afghanistan When? April 8, 2014 Earlier this month, while working on a new piece … Continue Reading Digital Interview with Shamsia Hassani, “Dreaming Graffiti” in Kabul Afghanistan
Femme Fierce, Storified http://t.co/gWci3SzgPn #storify #femmefierce #100femalewriters — Jessica N Pabón 🇵🇷 (@justjess_PhD) March 9, 2014
About 3 weeks ago I was back in New York City for a handful of days, thoroughly enjoying the dark … Continue Reading Go See City as Canvas: Graffiti Art from the Martin Wong Collection
My timing in terms of availability for travel this Spring is–to say the least–utterly tragic. First, I missed hanging out … Continue Reading Femme Fierce: Leake Street All Female Take Over