Aaron Philip

Acknowledging the need for progress in this industry, Philip is spearheading a movement one simply must rally behind.

Lauren Shevchek

She’s not just great because she’s a quadriplegic operatic singer, and she’s not just great because she’s triumphantly overcome tribulation. She’s great because she’s Lauren, period.

"The Good Doctor"

The pop culture fascination with the autistic savant isn’t new, and it carries with it the uncomfortable implication that autism is some sort of flaw to be compensated for.

Nyle DiMarco

For people with disabilities, engaging in the arts can be a frustrating and isolating experience. Around the world, countless theaters, museums and concert halls lack the proper accommodations necessary to be accessible to people with disabilities.

"The Shape of Water"

At the end of the day, Hollywood needs to recognize the discrimination inherent in refusing roles of characters with disabilities from actors with disabilities.

A reflection on PAT

The PAT Showcase this past Saturday gave audiences a glimpse into the expansive cross-section of technology and art.

"Game Over, Man!"

“Everything else was added later on. But we were like, ‘The world needs to see Adam’s penis. Everything else, we’ll come up with at a later date,’” said Anderson and Holm.

The Rogue Initiative

With feats in entertainment, technology and production, The Rogue Initiative is a true triple threat. The Rogue Initiative builds worlds with the aid of technology and immersive storytelling in a way that goes beyond the mediums they explore.

Johanna Bauman discusses the PAT program.

Moore’s law postulates the capabilities of technology double every two years and will continue to do so indefinitely.


There’s no doubt we are living in an age of screens, and books have not been spared in the relentless transfer of text to electronic devices. Is this a bad thing? How have writers grappled with the impacts of technology on human connection, communication and interaction?