BY Katie Oldaker in Artsy on Apr 23, 2010 |
Interested in zine culture and the future of small publishing? Tonight at Pete’s Candy Store in Brooklyn, Knifefight! is holding a panel of some of the players in today’s small and self-publishing world. They’ll be presenting and discussing their work starting at 6:30--and it's free!
The speakers are:
Maggie Lee (Sup Maggie Lee)
Mike Force & A.P. Smith
(Welcome To The Land Of Cannibalistic Horses 5 year anniversary!)
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BY Intern Laura in Artsy on Apr 22, 2010 |
Many do not know that before becoming a founding member of the undeniably influential Sonic Youth, Kim Gordon moved to New York from LA to establish herself as an artist. Music and art have clearly been important for Gordon throughout her life and career and in her new book, Performing/Guzzling, rather than making a clear distinction between the two, the artist blends the them by giving readers a visual representation of what she sees in the faces of audience ... Read More
BY Krista Ciminera in Artsy on Apr 22, 2010 |
If you are a mom, got a mom, or know a mom, treat yourself to a little burlesque brunch this Mother's Day at the "Salute to the Mothers of Burlesque Show" presented by Thirsty Girl Productions and the New York School of Burlesque.
The event features 1950s burlesque legends like Dixie Evans, Dee Milo, and Toni Elling in a question and answer panel, as well as performances by contemporary burlesque queens Jo Boobs, Perle Noir, and the World Famous BOB.
Skip your ... Read More
BY Jules Abraham in Artsy on Apr 19, 2010 |
The breathtaking Beauty, local conceptual artist Julie Atlas Muz, and the bad boy Beast of the disabled artistic world, Mat Fraser have put their brains and bodies together to bring you their wildly different vision of a classic fairy tale. Mirroring their real-life love story, Mat and Julie plan to take audiences on an emotional rollercoaster ride tonight at the Abrons Art Center. The string of highly acclaimed sold-out one-nighters across Europe leads us ... Read More
BY Intern Laura in Artsy on Apr 14, 2010 |
DC Comics announced on their blog earlier today that Batwoman, the company's first openly lesbian superhero, will be starring in her own series. After first being introduced in the 1950's and re-introduced as openly gay in 2006, the character has been well received by fans and has the chops to become the DC family's next beloved superhero. Fans have enjoyed following Batwoman and her alter ego, socialite Kathy Kane, since she was re-introduced in the Detective ... Read More