Jacksonville has a great community of artists with many talents. In Radx Magazine, you will find a collection of artistic expressions from a wide-ranging palate. So many artists are talented but don’t receive the recognition they deserve. They need a forum celebrating the local talent of this beautiful city. They need RADX MAG.
Vol 6: Persevere digital-exclusive
The past year brought with it many setbacks and disruptions to our lives. Our goal at Radx has always been to foster connections between artists and provide a stage for the often overlooked and seldom appreciated artist. One of the ways we were able to accomplish this in the past was through hosting local events that encouraged networking between like-minded creatives.
Malcolm Jackson is an award winning photographer based in Jacksonville. His handle, MalcJax is derived from the combination of his name and the city of Jacksonville. He has helped sprout the art scene to national and international levels. He has curated an exceptional style of street photography and documentary photojournalism
ROOTS Daryna Barykina is an awe-inspiring photographer that is adept in stylized conceptual vivid imagery. A native of Ukraine, she moved to Jacksonville, Florida in 2011 and embarked on her career in the beauty and advertising fields of photography. Her works have been featured around the globe in numerous publications
Rochelle Underdue is a bright and uplifting dancer based in Jacksonville, Florida. Originally from Virginia, Rochelle, a self-noted late bloomer, has established herself as a leader in Jacksonville’s dance community through various platforms and performances over the past seven years. The strength of her faith and her family has pushed
LIVE IN THE MOMENT After cancelling their 8th annual concert, The Jacksonville Dance Theatre returns to Florida Theatre on May 8, 2021 at 8 p.m. Programming includes a dynamic array of performances from numerous artists. “Three Tasks, Once A Day, 25 Days” choreographed by Rebecca Levy, JDT artistic
until death This piece is for both myself and all of the other artists out there. The quote in the piece is meant to say ‘hey, we’re here, and we’re going to be here no matter what’ in relation to the amount of times artists are told ‘you’ll never make it.’
A series EXPLORING WORLDY RESTRAINTS “With this work, not only did I want to challenge my technical skills as a designer, I wanted to design something extravagant. Sadly, extravagance doesn’t interpret without narrative or nuance, it’s just seen as EXTRA.’ I knew whatever I designed needed to have a dialogue
Pain, it’s an appropriate homonym resting in the surname for the vastly talented Ebony Payne-English. From her pain she has been able to take her experiences and cultivate her own unique art. Pain is transformed into perseverance while creating an uplifting environment for others so they, too, can turn misfortune