Clare Edgerton is a curious human making a cozy corner of Brooklyn home. She is constantly seeking a life that makes her want to purr and is currently exploring the connection between creativity and intuition. Other identities include poet, storyteller, tarot lover, and experience designer. She shares some of her thoughts on identity and creativity. All writing & poetry by Clare Edgerton.Read More
In honor of Valentine’s Day, we sat down with Women of Culture member Jennifer B. Rhodes, PsyD to talk about her experience as a Clinical Psychologist turned Relationship Coach. She shares some fascinating insights and stories from her work helping both men and women from all over the country find and cultivate love in their lives.Read More
When the temperatures are at their lowest, the NYC art scene is at its best.Read More
Dancer, Choreographer and long-time Women of Culture community member, Suzanne Caesar, is our first ever featured Artist of the month..
Read more about how an unfortunate injury helped her get more in touch with her body and concentrate on a project she had been wanting to complete for years. Plus, her recipe for a delicious & healthy frittata!Read More
Judy Keenan (center in picture) is the Deputy Director of a federal government civil rights agency and a former litigator who has been a member of Women of Culture for almost three years.
I am excited to kick off 2019 by chatting with her because of her practice of choosing a word to focus on each new year.Read More