The Philadelphia Inquirer | Arts & Culture

For this Philadelphia artist, empowerment is the message and breast milk is the medium

What began as an accident became an artistic inspiration.

Eight flags bearing the images of several of Gilmore’s Milkscapes were unveiled at the Maternity Care Coalition’s Early Head Start Building at 2000 Mifflin St. in South Philadelphia. The installation was a joint effort by the artist, the coalition, and Mural Arts Philadelphia. [Read More]

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