Tammy Rae Carland Lecture

Video (1:19:31): lecture by queer feminist artist Tammy Rae Carland as a part of the 2015-2016 MFA in Visual Studies visiting artist lecture series.

ALIEN SHE at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, California

‘AlIEN SHE (October 2014 – January 2015) is the first exhibition to examine the lasting impact of Riot Grrrl, a pioneering punk feminist movement that emerged in the early 1990s in reaction to pervasive and violent sexism, racism, and homophobia in the punk music scene and in the culture at large.

Archiving Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival

Gender Studies and Body Politics Session 2 | published by The New School, Nyc. USA, 2010 Ann Cvetkovich, Professor of English and Professor of Womens and Gender Studies, University of Texas at Austin. Prof. Cvetkovich discusses the problems of continuity/discontinuity across feminist generations. What turns have we taken, and how…

An Archive Of Feelings: Tammy Rae Carland

I have been surfing online resources about the female artist of CHRONOTOPIA: The Past, Present and Future of Queer Histories, the National Queer Arts Festival’s 2010 exhibition in San Francisco, USA.
Today I invite you to look at the works of queer artist Tammy Rae Carland, USA.

CHRONOTOPIA, Queer Exhibition in San Francisco

CHRONOTOPIA, the National Queer Arts Festival’s annual visual arts exhibition explores the past, present and future of queer people that will permanently alter the way you think about queer art and history in America and beyond.

‘QUEER GAZE’ Art Exhibition at Fontanelle Gallery, Portland, USA

‘QUEER GAZE’ consists of queer art Works by Sarah Baley, Erica Beckman, Tammy Rae Carland, Zackary Drucker, Luke Gilford, Grit Hachmeister, Megan Holmes, Angela Jimenez, Molly Landreth, Amos Mac, Finn Paul, Emily Roysdon, A.L. Steiner, Lorenzo Triburgo, and Azsa West. You can see the group photography exhibition at Fontanelle Gallery, 205 SW Pine Street, Portland OR, 97204, USA, November 5-28, 2009.

Queer Photography

Queer photographer Tammy Rae Carland, USA, has studiet lesbian beds… and they are all unmade just like my bed. It makes me feel better to know that unmade beds can be turned into fine visual memories. All it takes is a creative eye and a camera. Related Link Tammy Rae Carland’s online…