OUR MAGAZINE'S MISSION IS TO HELP AS MANY CLIENTS AS POSSIBLE REACH REMARKABLE HEALTH THROUGH HEALING ARTS & CONTEMPORARY ARTS PRACTICES.
THROUGH OUR MAGAZINE WE WILL provide an environment where health and Spirit are emphasized - and healing, personal growth, and self-empowerment are fostered through the techniques of spiritual work, and THE ARTS . WE ARE ALSO Having an amazing Art show in January on Healing & Art. Submit artwork now to email@example.com // Deadline November 19th 2019
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This is a magazine about healing and the Arts With 53 artists from around the world.
In 2014 Lädy Millard launched the UNDR1ROOF Project where 53 artists came together to collaborate on a project that was a reflection of multiculturalism and building bridges through art. The artists created art in a house in the Bronx and the project created a healing environment that inspired many to create differently.
This year the works will be showcased in a magazine. The artists selected will have their work showcased in the LADY magazine FOR HEALING and we have a platform for 10 of those artists to show there work in a gallery in NYC. The art will be curated around healing and the magazine will be self published and available free of charge.
About the Artist:
Lädy’s art has explored common iconography of femininity, the demise of culture and class, and her art pervades the walls of the Lower East Side of Manhattan makes a claim of power to people without a voice. Lädy is not only a graffiti artist but a social commentator street anthropologist, Minister & Healer.
Lädy is a multifaceted artist that currently works in her studio on the Lower East side. Hailing from the Southside of Jamaica, Queens, Lädy started as an assistant designer at Roc-a-Wear Designing since age 16 and since has run independent runway shows in production houses of Ruben Chapelle and Audrey Smaltz. She has also worked for Ralph Reynolds at Indigo Red and became the head designer by age 25. In 2006, Lady decided to the leave fashion industry to focus on her first love: Street Art. She began selling art on the street of Soho on Prince St next to the Louis Vuitton store.
Her tags can be seen in the Lower East side on Delancey and throughout Soho on Crosby St near East Houston. She has been featured in Dope Mag, Rhizome, Huffington Post, and Guest of Guest as a Top 7 Street Artists to Keep on Your Radar. Lädy is also a healer focused on the Power of Reiki Therapy. She works from her studio in the Financial District helping people to create purpose in their lives. The magazine will be available online for free. Lädy will use the money to hire graphic designers and pay for publishing.