this post is for the week ending august 14th
when i get back to real life i’ll write something sad on this photo and you guys will love it
second rule of megabus: find something to dim the blaring emergency lights over every seat. first rule is “don’t sit upstairs,” obviously.
Canadian Lesbian & Gay Archives presents:
AT THE SAME TIME – Exhibition and Book Launch
OPENING RECEPTION and BOOK LAUNCH
Friday August 10, 7:30 – 10 pm | RSVP
Saturday August 11, 2 pm | RSVP
TIES THAT BIND: A Reading with Sarah Schulman, Farzana Doctor, and Shani Mootoo
Saturday August 11, 4 pm | RSVP
August 10 – September 22, 2012
CANADIAN LESBIAN & GAY ARCHIVES
34 Isabella St.
Drawing and expanding on a variety of photographic traditions, At the Same Time features the work of six artists: Steven Beckly and Dylan MacNeil (Toronto, ON), Ted Kerr and Zachary Ayotte (Brooklyn, NY), and Colin Quinn and Oisín Share(Manchester, UK), who simultaneously explore the nature and development of their romantic relationships from three different parts of the world. Private exchanges emerging from domestic, romantic, and sexual dimensions of their relationships are openly explored, uncovering a collection of personal narratives and intimate realities.
The exhibition includes a book launch for the publication of the same name. At the Same Time includes 65 colour images by the six artists, and essays by AA Bronson, Paul Mgapi Sepuya, and Sholem Krishtalka. Artists will be present during the opening to sign copies. Available for purchase at the CLGA, and online at: http://atthesametime.bigcartel.com/product/at-the-same-time-book
headed to toronto next weekend to hang out with my grandparents and also go to this event so maybe i will see you there :)
i’ve put stickers in baltimore, new york, toronto, philadelphia, and austin now, which feels cool in a sort of primal way.
this is in toronto alongside one that matt stubbings (aka doinwork) gave me in february.
this post is for the week ending february 13th, 2012, regular updates will continue next week!
i thought i was pretty tough or masculine or whatever but then i met tony hicks. oh well.
GLEN FOGEL – glen from colorado (at The Power Plant in Toronto, Canada)
My friend Sholem took me to see the current show at The Power Plant earlier today, and while this piece looks like a “hey I made type out of lights” installation, it’s so much more and I really enjoyed it. This has been a post about art.
i’ve eaten pot brownies literally one time in my life, while i was in toronto. it was earlier during the same day i met @behindthisbeard and @doinwork and i was thinking about it recently because they both look damn good with mustaches. i wish i could remember meeting those guys because i think they are probably pretty cool. literally all i remember from meeting alex is having the first and last strawberry beer i’ve ever had it’s really sad drugs are really bad you guys.