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For many Jan 1st is the year mark where we give ourselves the gift of self-reflection. The time for black-eyed peas and resolutions. The time we collectively allow ourselves a reset button, a time of celebration (hedonism) and new beginnings. … Continue reading
So, my phone died while I was backstage on Saturday the 8th. I was in one of the studio rooms with Big Art Group waiting patiently in the dark and I wanted to take photos of the small images I … Continue reading
Last Friday was a big day for me at the TBA festival. So my friend Aaron Scott wrote a lovely review of Miguel and Nora here at Portland Monthly. So I’ll skip giving long detailed examples of what exactly happened and focus … Continue reading
BUZZWORD! Tonight was “problematic”. Curated by Zvonimir Dobrovic who curates Queer Zagreb and Perforacije festivals in Croatia and co-director of Queer New York, Perforations is a four part “site-specific” performance event from some of the Balkans innovative young artists at Washington … Continue reading
Dear Queer Portland, Tomorrow starts one of my favorite events of the year PICA’s Time Based Arts Festival. For full festival schedule and descriptions of events please visit http://www.pica.org/ and get yourself privy to the what and the where… If I had … Continue reading