Hello, It's been a long time since I've written in my blog. Sorry about that! It's been a really hectic semester and year, and I've been contemplating a lot about what I really want to do with my life. I still have no idea. But I know that I want to continue this blog. And … Continue reading Update and Possible Rebranding?
Hello! It's been a while since I posted anything! I have no excuse, but I have been working on a few things! Here are some Valentines Day cards I made for my friends. They're personalized for each person and I had a lot of fun making them! I still have a lot to learn with … Continue reading Valentines Day Cards
I wrote an essay comparing the Black Lives Matter movement, and the Indigenous Rights Movement. Here you go! blm-indigenous-rights-192ac-essa - minaseoo out
I went to Off the Grid and the Oakland Museum today. Wow what an experience! I think this event, that occurs every Friday, is a fine example of movements and art coming together to create new cultures. The food trucks that I saw were full of diversity. The exhibitions in the museum were also full … Continue reading Oakland Museum of California
Yesterday, I had the pleasure of going to the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA). It was also nice because there is free admission every first Tuesday of the month and every Third Thursday. I was excited to go and check out the social commentary that YBCA strives to portray through its exhibitions. I've … Continue reading Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
Although I couldn't vote in the election or the primary, I knew that Bernie Sanders was the one I supported throughout. Some people say his policies were too idealistic, but it was something I agreed with. And I was disappointed (but not surprised) that he was not chosen as the democratic candidate. I first heard … Continue reading Bernie Sanders Movement
I remember the KONY 2012 campaign like it was yesterday. My friends, who were more social media savvy than I was, were active participants in this campaign. They bought the materials for that one night where everyone was going to paste "Stop Kony 2012" posters everywhere. I for one, wasn't into it. I admired their … Continue reading Invisible Children and the Failure of Kony 2012