Smoke Fairies’ first full-length U.S. release is out today, June 14! Best friends since childhood, this British duo have created a truly fantastical experience on Through Low Light and Trees. Understated yet powerful, the album is filled with strong American folk and blues influences.The album’s opening track, Summer Fades, features the two ladies’ gorgeous voices as they converge to welcome the listener to their mystical world; it is by far my ... Read More
BY Ariana Anderson in Feminizzle on Jun 13, 2011 |
Greenpeace UK recently launched a new campaign against toy companies’ (excessive and unnecessary) packaging which use resources that are destroying Indonesian rainforests, and thereby endangering orangutans, elephants, and tigers. Their target is Mattel, if only because of the advertising they’ve created with the trademark Barbie image, but Disney, Hasbro, Lego and more are also to blame.
So why Barbie? Greenpeace UK’s blog explains, “Love ... Read More
BY Ariana Anderson in Feminizzle on Jun 09, 2011 |
Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project (Or QWOCMAP, which is a really fun acronym to pronounce) is hosting their 7th annual Queer Women of Color Film Festival this weekend, June 10, 11, and 12, at the Brava Theater in San Francisco.
The Arts Project provides free 16-week workshops to make filmmaking more accessible to be used “as an art form and activist tool.” By supporting civic engagement and promoting visibility of the community QWOCMAP works to ... Read More
BY Ariana Anderson in Sexy on Jun 09, 2011 |
Candy Rain, a porn magazine made by women for women “who love the d and know that there’s nothing sexier than humor,” is celebrating the release of their second issue!
There will be performances by Johnny Nelson and Ease DaMan, as well as burlesque by Miss Spoke, and the 3rd Candy Rain WETdude Contest. There's even going to be a raffle featuring tons of cool prizes like a Halcyon gift certificate, knitting lessons from La Casita Yarn Café, ... Read More
BY Ariana Anderson in Artsy on Jun 08, 2011 |
Yes, you read that right. Aelita Andre, the 4-year-old daughter of two Australia-based artists, has her own solo exhibit, The Prodigy of Color, at the Agora Gallery in Chelsea, NY until the 25th of June.
While the popular joke about abstract art may still be “my kid could have done that,” Andre’s success adds new meaning to the common trope. The artist sold paintings for as much as $24,000, and celebrated her second birthday during her first ... Read More