Purple Wedding to the Moon performance by Annie Sprinkle and Elizabeth Stephens is on. The Purple wedding team has won the right to continue with their plans. Today they have announced that the LA Parks and Rec Department has withdrawn its cancellation of Annie Sprinkle and Elizabeth Stephens wedding performance in LA, USA.
Frank Pictures Gallery is proud to present renowned photographer Stefanie Schneider’s show “Instant Dreams” from October 16 to November 11, with an artist’s reception on Sunday, October 24, 2010.
Homotopia queer art festival, November 1st-30th 2010
This year the title of the British Homotopia queer art festival is ‘Love Conquers All’.
On Friday Oct 8th, well known performance artist Annie Sprinkle received a call from LA County Parks & Recreation Deputy Director, Kathleen Ritner, informing her that her rental contract for her wedding at the Farnsworth Amphitheatre in Altadena had been canceled due to “unsafe conditions” created by the public announcement of the wedding inviting people to witness their “eco-sexual” wedding.
November 8 – 21, 2010 London celebrates the 4th annual GFEST with Visual Arts exhibitions , performances, film screening programme, workshops and parties.
QWOCMAP began in 2000, and has been training filmmakers and presenting films by queer women of color since then! QWOCMAP is celebrating their 10th anniversary this month.
Annie M. Sprinkle and Elizabeth M. Stephens say: ‘We have committed our lives to engaging environmental issues by changing the metaphor of Earth as mother, to Earth as LOVER, and to making environmentalism more sexy and fun through ART.’ And they invite you to be one of their collaborators or patrons of their wedding art performance on October 23, 2010.
Queer artist Rebecca Swan from Aotearoa / New Zealand will go to New York to launch ‘Assume Nothing’ – her beautiful coffee table book about gender diversity on October 29 2010.
gender_gap, paintings by Martina Minette Dreier (Berlin) and Sadie Lee (London) at Schwules Museum in Berlin, October 5 – November 22 2010.
Don’t miss the Retrospective Screening of Barbara Hammer’s films at the MoMA September 15 – October 13. 2010, if you are in New York.
Aorta Magazine is hosting an information session on September 23rd 2010 at 7pm at Million Fishes Art Gallery: 2501 Bryant St, San Francisco, USA. They invite you to come meet them, learn about the project, indulge in some treats, and figure out how to get involved!
Regard Solidaire – an exhibition by Ana Dumitrescu, August 30 – September 7 2010
At Hall de la Mairie, Paris 19ème, France, Opening of Regard Solidaire: August 30, 2010, 18:00
Martina Minette Dreier has studied painting and illustration at Fachhochschule Bielefeld in 1988 – 1993. She is currently living and working in Berlin, Germany.
Art workshops in August for transgendered & queer youth ages 15-25 by Publich Dreams and Gmunity in Vancouver BC, Canada. And all for FREE!!!
Photographer Molly Landreth, USA and filmmaker Amelia Tovey, Australia are working on making an archive of queer life in America titled Embodiment: A Portrait of Queer Life in America.
During the Sail 2010 you can get a hand painted temporary tattoo made by queer artist Chanz Perkins at the new Impulse Gallery in Amsterdam, Holland.
August 21 – September 18, 2010 Galleri NB in Viborg, Denmark, presents ‘ABJECT AND OBJECT’, an exhibition by Danish artist and lesbian Henriette Hellstern-Kjøller. Henriette invites you to join her at the opening of her exhibition
Shelley Stefan (b. 1974, Palos Park, Illinois, USA)
Feminist artist Suzanne Lacy talks about how her art teacher and founder of the Los Angeles Womans Building Judy Chicago transformed her life in the begining of the 1970’ies. Their conversation is about mentorship, teaching and about women and art. The video was recorded on March 5 2007.
Femina Potens, a queer non-profit art gallery & performance space in San Francisco, presents the group show ‘QUEER COUTURE’ August 2010.