Posts Tagged: curating

The front page of the artist newspaper "The HIV Howler: Transmitting Art and Activism" with the title "TIME+MONEY" and a yellow monotone image of a drawing of a forest, by Glammy Rose Spencer. Contributors names are listed on the bottom half page of the cover: Glammy Rose Spencer in conversation with Jacob Boehme, Ron Athey, Sveta Bondarenko, Gabriel Rendon, Loyiso Lindani, Francisco Ibanez-Carrasco, Dee Stoicescu, Lili Nascimento and Felix Rodriguez-Rosa, Plus results from the HIV Howler wage survey for Artists Living with HIV, and contributions from Nancer Lemoins, Mikiki, Martha Nasie Mamidza and Saidy Brown, Dean Croizer, and Anthea Black and Jessica Whitbread with the HIV Howler Advisory.

The HIV Howler Issue 5: TIME-MONEY

    The HIV Howler: Transmitting Art and Activism is a limited edition art newspaper focusing on global grassroots HIV art and cultural production. Artists have and continue to play a fundamental role in shaping broader societal understandings of HIV

The front page of the artist newspaper "The HIV Howler: Transmitting Art and Activism" with the title "TIME+MONEY" and a yellow monotone image of a drawing of a forest, by Glammy Rose Spencer. Contributors names are listed on the bottom half page of the cover: Glammy Rose Spencer in conversation with Jacob Boehme, Ron Athey, Sveta Bondarenko, Gabriel Rendon, Loyiso Lindani, Francisco Ibanez-Carrasco, Dee Stoicescu, Lili Nascimento and Felix Rodriguez-Rosa, Plus results from the HIV Howler wage survey for Artists Living with HIV, and contributions from Nancer Lemoins, Mikiki, Martha Nasie Mamidza and Saidy Brown, Dean Croizer, and Anthea Black and Jessica Whitbread with the HIV Howler Advisory.

The HIV Howler Issue 5: TIME-MONEY

    The HIV Howler: Transmitting Art and Activism is a limited edition art newspaper focusing on global grassroots HIV art and cultural production. Artists have and continue to play a fundamental role in shaping broader societal understandings of HIV

The HIV Howler: Transmitting Art and Activism

The HIV Howler: Transmitting Art and Activism is a limited edition art newspaper focusing on global grassroots HIV art and cultural production. Artists have and continue to play a fundamental role in shaping broader societal understandings of HIV and working

The HIV Howler: Transmitting Art and Activism

The HIV Howler: Transmitting Art and Activism is a limited edition art newspaper focusing on global grassroots HIV art and cultural production. Artists have and continue to play a fundamental role in shaping broader societal understandings of HIV and working

NO PLACE: Queer Geographies on Screen

NO PLACE: Queer Geographies on Screen is a touring exhibition program that features the work of Canadian and international queer and trans-identified artists who examine ways in which queer notions of place, mapping, and geography are realized on screen. The works

NO PLACE: Queer Geographies on Screen

NO PLACE: Queer Geographies on Screen is a touring exhibition program that features the work of Canadian and international queer and trans-identified artists who examine ways in which queer notions of place, mapping, and geography are realized on screen. The works

PLEASURE CRAFT

Curated by Anthea Black, this screening explores appearances of craft and hand making in film and video from the 1960s to the present, where craft is a temporal process rather than a fixed object. Featuring works by Charles and Ray

PLEASURE CRAFT

Curated by Anthea Black, this screening explores appearances of craft and hand making in film and video from the 1960s to the present, where craft is a temporal process rather than a fixed object. Featuring works by Charles and Ray

SUPER STRING

SUPER STRING taps into the collective craft unconscious – the sound of thousands of knitting needles clicking in unison – and the prolific ways in which artists and activists make textiles to connect with each other, recycle, share skills, reclaim

SUPER STRING

SUPER STRING taps into the collective craft unconscious – the sound of thousands of knitting needles clicking in unison – and the prolific ways in which artists and activists make textiles to connect with each other, recycle, share skills, reclaim