Articles written by: Kalli Siringas

Kalli Siringas is a writer and performer living and working in New York. In her spare time she daydreams and writes about food, diet culture, and bread advocacy. @goinbacktokalli www.kallisiringas.com

Before starting the class, my typical uniform of sweats and slippers, with (sometimes) freshly washed hair was my daily uniform. “Fashion as Design,” offered through CUNY Arts and MoMA made me rethink my new normal.
Culture / Lifestyle

Can MoMA Make Me Care About Getting Dressed Again?

Could a MoMA MOOC bring you the stimulation you are looking for during lockdown?

The cast and director of “Mother Courage and Her Children,” in rehearsal, weeks before their cancelation notice.
Culture / featured-column

Following Broadway’s Lead, Hunter Closes Brecht Production

The show must go on: Unless there’s a pandemic. Hunter College’s production of “Mother Courage and Her Children” was canceled. The cast and crew share their experiences.