Power to the Geeks was a major success and celebration of diversity. And we raised lots of cash for youth in our community. All funds went to Safe Harbor! Thanks to everyone who came out and supported the event. Especially My Friends Place, Tumble Down Badger, Urban Poets Society, and all you awesome geeks and freaks in TC! I’m so grateful.
Anna King of NW News Network and NPR wrote a lovely article about Null Set for the TC Area Journal of Business. I’m planning the next issue for November—if you’re an artist in the PNW region and want to get involved, drop me a line.
Null Set Magazine is available for perusal over at the Richland Public Library Periodical Catalog. Hooray to Ann Roseberry and her team for their support of the arts in TC.
"Love me. Want me. I’m for sale and can be yours for all of eternity." Screening my video "Audition" at The Local NYC, opening Saturday June 14th. Thanks to Antonio Ortuno for curating a collection of crazy international video artists.
Article over at the Herald and Seattle Times about Null Set (Thanks to Dori O’Neal). Come join us at the Release Party tonight 7pm | Paper Street Ale House in Kennewick, WA. I will be seriously drinking & seriously dancing. :)
Trinity Intervention. Richland, WA, 2014.
Null Set Magazine will be hosting a gathering with the kind and good souls over at Paper Street Ale House in downtown Kennewick, WA. Come join us for a magazine, a beverage, a bite, and—please, can we have a freaking dance party?
June 7 | 7:00pm
Null Set Magazine Release Party
Paper Street Ale House
308 W. Kennewick Ave.
Kennewick, WA, 99336
Thanks to Slag Mag for including me in the Summer 2014 issue as a featured artist. Find a copy of Slag Mag in the special collections of James Madison University’s Carrier Library.
Fun article over at Old South High about my time at OFAR with Jon Henry. Thanks to Andrew Jenner for taking the time to chat.
Anti-deportation rally that I participated in with OFAR this past Saturday.
Very happy and grateful to be a resident at OFAR in VA until April 14. Many thanks to the super cool permanent artist in residency Jon Henry.