Rock&Art is a trailblazing native digital and independent media outlet of intersectional cultural journalism, founded and directed by women. Based in the UK and Argentina, we aim to provide an unorthodox perspective on cultural and societal issues.

We take a fearless approach to exploring our world’s diverse and multifaceted collections of art, literature, music, film, and humanitarian ideals.

At Rock&Art, we firmly believe in the power of intersectionality – a framework through which we analyse modern culture and its impact on society. Our commitment to diversity remains at the forefront of our endeavours as we strive to spark critical thinking in our audience, encouraging them to engage with everyday events in a profound and transformative manner.

Why Intersectionality Matters:

We understand the significance of embracing complexity in a world where different identities and experiences intersect. By recognising the interconnectedness of various social phenomena, we gain a deeper understanding of the cultural landscape, shedding light on the experiences and struggles of marginalised communities.

Our Focus:

Our vibrant and inclusive platform highlights the voices and perspectives often underrepresented in mainstream media. We bring together a talented team of diverse creators, writers, and editors who are passionate about authentic storytelling and unapologetically showcasing the truth.

Boosting Critical Thinking:

Rock&Art  takes on the responsibility of triggering critical thinking in our audience. We present thought-provoking content that challenges conventional narratives and encourages an open dialogue on pertinent issues. We aim to empower our readers to be informed, empathetic, and compassionate people of the world  by questioning the status quo and inviting discussions to be had among peers.

Our Commitment:

We are dedicated to staying true to our values and maintaining the highest standards of journalistic integrity. As an independent media outlet, we have the freedom to explore unconventional angles, delve into uncomfortable topics, and amplify the voices that need to be heard.