THINGS (Magazine) is a media platform focused on youth and the arts. We are here for the makers and consumers of art. We believe that the future of art and politics lies in our hands. We operate in Boston and are dedicated to creating spaces within the city for youth in the arts. We are proud to be from Boston and we celebrate the city as a home for the arts. We control the media by being the media; we create the images that need to be seen, the sounds that need to be heard, and the stories that need to be told. We strongly believe in DIY ethics; anyone can create. We exist to serve our community. We hope to create unity through the arts.

Things Magazine was born out of being cast in the shadows of large creative hubs like New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco (the entire state of CA, really). Boston has always been recognized as a educational city, recognized for its great colleges and middle-aged working class more than its creative youth. The Things Magazine team recognized that Boston artists existed, but were spread out and suffocated by desires to flee to larger cities with better creative opportunities. We started the magazine to become the creative opportunity for artists, especially teenage artists, in the city looking to share their work with a larger community. We started the magazine, for teens who wanted to be apart of a creative scene in Boston, but couldn't find one. Boston teens interested in art no longer have to despise the city and day-dream about what it would be like to live in a bigger artistic hub - they can find artistic outlets here in Boston, in Things Magazine.


Email thingsmag.us@gmail.com for general questions and submissions

Sienna Kwami Founder
Sienna is a seventeen year old high school senior. She is also a "crybaby cancer" who enjoys having copious amounts of time for listening to king krule amd cry-singing the lyrics to his songs. She also likes sparkling cider and the album ARTPOP by Lady Gaga which she claims changed her life.
ig: @siennakwami

 Madusa Sidibay Founder
Zodiac: Scorpio
ig: @notmedusa

Penny Mack Editor-in-Chief
Zodiac: Virgo
An avid bubble tea consumer and Morrissey devotee, Penny is a eighteen year old who loves to write about whatever new wave band or surrealist movie she is obsessed with at the moment. She hopes she will one day reach the realm of spiritual okayness that David Byrne operates from.
ig: @penelopemacks

Meera Singh Fashion Editor
Zodiac: Aries
Meera is a sixteen year old writer, stylist, photographer, and actor from Boston, MA. Her top interests are listening to Mac Demarco, petting every dog she sees, and consuming abundant amounts of Takis. You can probably find her in any Boston concert venue or coffee shop.
ig: @meera.singh

Victoria Kussman Staff Writer
Zodiac: Scorpio
Obsessed with the Smiths, Duran Duran, and Depeche Mode, Victoria is a Boston-based seventeen-year-old who lives every day like it’s 1983. Unlike her earbuds, she’s rarely difficult to find: pop into the nearest concert venue, record shop, or used bookstore and you’re sure to spot her.

Savannah Bradley Staff Writer
Legend has it that on certain thunderous nights, you can find seventeen-year-old writer/actor/general wordsmith Savannah patrolling the aisles of your local record store. Secretly, she likes to think that the character of Margot Tenenbaum was actually based on her. Aside from that, she loves Tori Amos, art history, and long night-time train rides through the city. Her first short film is coming out mid-2017, and you can catch her melodramatic poetry occasionally pop up over at Rookie Magazine
ig: @wutheringyikes
twitter: @basquiatblues

Jackie Andrews Staff Artist

Zodiac: Capricorn
Jackie is a Sculpture major with a Museum Studies minor, currently studying in Baltimore. She is a lover of truffle fries and museum-hopping, and can’t control herself around a used bookstore. She hopes to, one day, curate her own museum, but in the meantime, spends her time filling up sketchbooks, blasting Beach House, and seeking out artistic opportunities around every corner.

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