About Passage

Passage: An Online Magazine of Visions and Voices serves as a platform and informative resource on behalf of artists, poets and writers. The aim is to provide a greater visibility through wide distribution in the larger public.

We look to artists as active change agents. How do we ensure that their voices are heard and their visions are a mindful presence on the front lines? All of us are caught up in a prophetic moment. We are after inclusiveness, as well as far-reaching impact, through truth and transparency.

Passage is a forum for insights, dialogues and connections—a way to document the challenges brought on by a post-pandemic rebirth, systemic racism and environmental issues, but also to examine universal human themes. Things have changed; we’re adapting. What are the artists seeing, experiencing and thinking about?

Published quarterly, each Passage provides individual sections for artists to offer personal and unique perspectives regarding their work, addressing the core issues of our times. How do we continue our outlets for creative expression? What gives us determination, perseverance, vision? How can artists help others in these uncertain times of global conflict?

Art feeds our humanity, defining who we are and stirring our souls.

Art enables us to bear witness, but also cross visible and imaginary boundaries.

Each Passage combines a generous mix of art, video, poetry, stories, essays—in the studio, at the kitchen table, or out in the field. Begun in Spring 2020, Passage serves as an unfiltered catalyst for transformation, in addition to social and spiritual enlightenment.

We are grateful to the artists and poets from Texas, across the country and internationally, who continue to fill Passage with their keen insights. Their contributions sustain us with rich aesthetic and intellectual challenges, pushing all of us out of our comfort zones.

We look forward to hearing from you!


Contributions and submissions to Passage are welcome. Send to Natasha at


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Editorial staff

Kirk Hopper: Publisher
Susie Kalil: Editor
Natasha Price: Assistant Editor
Jeff Walker: Designer

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Passage is an online journal of independent opinions published as a service to the art communities. The ideas expressed are solely the opinions of the artists and writers themselves. The content of the published articles is the responsibility and copyright of the authors.