Precarious Lives

This exhibition is a part of the 22. Annual National Queer Arts Festival in California which runs May 22 – June 29, 2019. Precarious Lives – opening reception: June 6, 6 – 9pm at SOMArts Cultural Center, Main Gallery, San Francisco, USA

The Ecosexuals!

Trailer/Sketch by Elizabeth ‘Beth’ Stephens and Annie Sprinkle, 2015 Queer artists Elizabeth ‘Beth’ Stephens and Annie Sprinkle funded the Ecosexuals and this is a rough sketch for their upcoming film composed of their past performances and ecosex workshops. The Ecosexuals are creating happenings and performances. In 2015 They took part…

A Pop Up Walking Tour Performance in California

Press photo. Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens: ‘By shifting the metaphor from “Earth as mother” to “Earth as lover” we aim to entice people to develop a more mutual, pleasurable, sustainable, and less destructive relationship with the environment.’ June 21 & June 28, 2015 Annie Sprinkle & Beth Stephens presents:…

Beth Stephens Talking About Her Art

Interview with Beth Stephens, 2013. Published by Nada Miljkovic. Beth Stephens is a UCSC Professor, Sex-Ecologist, Artist that came on to Artist on Art in 2013 to talk about her art and her environmental work.

Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle on Artists on Art

In 2013 performance artists, sexecologists, eco-artists, and long-term collaborators, Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens came onto Artist on Art at UCSC’s KZSC to talk about the West Coast Premiere of their movie, Goodbye Gauley Mountain, an Ecosexual Love Story.

Eco-activists Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens

Press release by Femina Potens Earthy. Performance by Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens EARTHY – AN ECOSEX BOOT CAMP Co-presented by Queer Cultural Center Center for Sex and Culture June 13th – 16th and 20th – 23rd at Center for Sex and Culture 1349 Mission St. San Francisco, CA 94103…

Strange Bedfellows: Collaborative Practice in Queer Art

Press release by ROOT DIVISION, San Francisco, USA Strange Bedfellows: Collaborative Practice in Queer Art Presented as part of the National Queer Arts Festival 2013 Strange Bedfellows is a visual art exhibition exploring collaborative practice in queer art. Featuring the work of over twenty contemporary queer artists alongside ephemera loaned…

EARTHY – an Ecosex Boot Camp

San Francisco, CA. May 18, 2013: Press Release from Annie Sprinkle, Beth Stephens and Femina Potens EARTHY — AN ECOSEX BOOT CAMP AIMS TO MAKE ECO-ACTIVSM MORE SEXY, FUN AND DIVERSE Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle aim to get an ‘E’ added to the ‘GLBTQI’ moniker. E is for ecosexual….

UCSC Professor Elizabeth Stephens

UCSC Professor Elizabeth Stephens – videointerview published by DobroFilms, May 2012. UCSC Art Professor and former Chair of the Art Department, UC David PhD Candidate, wife to Annie Sprinkle, performance artist, sculptor, Elizabeth Stephens talked with Nada Miljkovic for KZSC’s Artist on Art about her work as an eco-activist and…

SOMArts Cultural Center: Man as Object: Reversing the Gaze

SOMArts Cultural Center, San Francisco presents Man as Object: Reversing the Gaze, November 4–30, 2011 Opening Reception with Artwork Dedication & Performance Friday, Nov 4 2011, 6–9 pm. Free Admission. Women Artists Look at Men and Masculinity – Art Exhibition Re-envisions Gender, Society and The Politics of Exposure San Francisco,…

Man As Object: Reversing the Gaze Art Exhibition

Video trailer about Man As Object: Reversing the Gaze Art Exhibition by SOMarts, San Francisco, USA Man As Object: Reversing the Gaze Art Exhibition November 4-30, 2011 Events include: peepshow drawing circle, performance, film screening, and featured artist panel Venue: SOMarts Cultural Center, 934 Brannan st. (Between 8th & 9th…

EcoSexual Art Exhibit

In the Femina Potens July Newletter you can reads: As a strategy to create a more mutual and sustainable relationship with our abused and exploited planet, and to make the environmental movement more sexy fun and diverse, Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle are shifting the metaphor from the “Earth as…

The Purple Wedding Performance by Annie Sprinkle and Elizabeth Stephens is on

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.

Gay Eco-sexual Wedding Performance Cancelled by LA County Parks, California

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.

Purple Wedding to the Moon & Ecosex Honeymoon Symposium

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.

Talk By Elizabeth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle

From the documentational videos of the “Intervene! Interrupt!: Rethinking Art as Social Practice” conference and festival at University of California Santa Cruz – May 15-17, 2008, (published may 2010 at YouTube) I have selected the videos of about by Elizabeth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle.