"You have to act as if it were possible to radically transform the world. And you have to do it all the time."
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PHILLY! MARCH 7TH!
ALIEN SHE OPENING NIGHT
Exhibition + Live Music
"Alien She, a traveling exhibition curated by Astria Suparak + Ceci Moss, explores the lasting impact of the pioneering punk feminist movement Riot Grrrl on artists and cultural producers."
FRIDAY MARCH 7th OPENING NIGHT EVENTS
6pm – 6:30pm: Exhibition Tour with Curator Astria Suparak + Artists
6pm – 10pm: Opening Reception
@ VOX POPULI
9pm – 2am (doors 8pm, show 9pm): Live Music
@ Johnny Brenda’s
with music by:
Mannequin Pussy: http://bit.ly/MannequinP
Trophy Wife: http://bit.ly/TrophyWifePA
The Pretty Greens: http://theprettygreens.com/
Pushin it to the Limit
DJ Avalon Clare of New Radio between sets
JB’s Event Listing: http://bit.ly/JBsMarch7
Opening night events planned in collaboration with Pussy Divisionhttp://pussydivision.com/
All opening night events are free and open to the public.
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#thoughts on the creative process.
Today, I was running through ideas for a screenplay with my professor. I had some good ideas. Some smart ones, some clever ones. His only criticism was that my proposals felt “fabricated”. He suggested writing something a little “closer to the bone”.
I think there is nothing scarier to an artist/creative person than being a faker. A poseur. Contrived. Unoriginal.
But what’s the point of making art that mirrors my everyday life? I’m looking for escapism!! My life is boring, so the stories I tell are bigger than me. It’s a risk I can’t imagine not taking. Maybe I should challenge myself to find the magical moments in daily life that could act as fodder for my work? Huh.
Q: Where do good stories come from?