The NYC Drag March 2012

Pull Out Your Marching Shoes! The 19th annual NYC Drag March is on Friday June 22, 2012.

You’re invited! Join the event: www.facebook.com/events/437715669585916

Feel free to download, print, post and spread the word. Happy Pride!

VJnetcast#249 – We’re Going To Chicago Baby

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Johnnice aka Johnny (VJ) and Janice podcast live form Janice’s balcony. We chat about our up coming trip to Chicago, ask for listener advice and invite you to join VJ and friends to NYC Pride this weekend.

Soundtrack: “Be Like Me” by Dani Arranka

VJnetcast on Mevio

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See you at NYC Pride and The 18th Annual NYC Drag March!
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Flickr Fridays | Выставка Полароид Нью-Йорк (Exhibition Of Polaroid)

, originally uploaded by kargaltsev.

Фотограф и режиссер, выпускник ВГИКа, лауреат многочисленных национальных и международных кинофестивалей, стипендиат Нью-Йоркской киноакадемии Александр Каргальцев. Выставка Полароид Нью-Йорк. Работами этого уникального художника по праву гордится музей Гуггенхайма. Выставка Поларойд Нью-Йорк уникальна вдвойне, так как оригинальные кассеты рухнувшей империи уходят в прошлое на наших глазах, проект посвященный крупнейшему мегаполису – последний вздох эстетики Полароида. ~ Sasha Kargaltsev

According to my MacBook Pro’s translator (Russian to English) widget:

Photographer and director, the graduate of the VGIK, the laureate of multiple national and international film festivals, the grant-aided student of New York film academy Alexander Kargaltsev. Exhibition Of Polaroid. Of the work of this unique artist rightfully is proud the Guggenheim Museum. The exhibition of polaroid, since the original cassettes of the collapsed empire depart to the past before our eyes, project dedicated to the largest megapolis – the last sigh of the aesthetics of polaroid ~ Sasha Kargaltsev

Flickr Fridays | “Angels in America”



"Angels in America", originally uploaded by kargaltsev.

Uploaded by kargaltsev on 31 Jul 10, 3.22AM EDT.

Flickr Fridays | Chakra Cabaret

Chakra Cabaret at New York’s Le Petit Versailles Community Garden.

Chakra Cabaret, originally uploaded by FlickrSi.

“A Celebration of Spirituality, Queerness, and Revolutionary Consciousness

“Hosted by musical metaphysicist Dingles and the eminent Tranimals Alaska Thunderfuck and Bizzy, with guest performers PeeWee Nyob, Davi Cohen, Liam Barnes, and Rommie Ampil, Chakra Cabaret pays homage and contributes to the radical queer arts community, continuing expressions of honesty and vulnerability that are often laid under labels of “Art,” “sexual freedom,” and other ideological, aesthetic, and social stances that mask and add layers of disconnection and posturing between our clans and tribes.”

DETAILED DESCRIPTION:

Queer expression is evolving. In the 21st century, it seems to become more important that we consider how we identify and what our attachments are in ourselves and to others, familiar and stranger alike. Queer spirituality—a self-collected and individual collections and experiences of myths, symbols, and adoptions of the world’s many spiritual-metaphysical-philosophical traditions for creative expression over many millennia and many cultural paths—is another equally important theme. Individual and communal experiences that bond sisters and brothers in this time of paradigm shifts of many dimensions and worldly uncertainties, we believe, are vitally important.

This performance, hosted by musical metaphysicist Dingles and to the eminent Tranimals Alaska Thunderfuck and Bizzy, pays homage and contributes to the radical queer arts community, continuing expressions of honesty and vulnerability that are often laid under labels of “Art,” “sexual freedom,” and other ideological, aesthetic, and social stances that mask and add layers of disconnection and posturing between our clans and tribes. While “Performativity,” “Camp,” and other importantly queer manners of social interaction should be prized as traditions that have made powerful contributions to queers and others beyond our community, it is important that we regularly allow ourselves to become vulnerable, laugh lovingly at our foibles and fuck-ups, and cultivate bonds that last in times of hardship, and offer the needed support that will allow us to flourish through many difficult changes in how we will best related to one another.

The seven chakras act as our overarching metaphor, for it covers major dimensions and rites of human and supra-human experience. These explorations are at times overtly self-critical, while the greater experience of the evening is even more overtly affirmative. With each “Color,” we utilize multiple modes of interaction between performers and audience members where all are challenged to consider how metaphors and aspects of each chakra play various roles in lives and encourage us to take hold of benevolent spiritualities as powerful tools of change.

Some of the important issues confronted in the various charkas are:

RED: Community, support, ideas of “family,” communal materialism

ORANGE: Sensual pleasure, emotions, interpersonal relationships, revenge

YELLOW: Individual confidence, power, materialism, image and body

GREEN: Vulnerability. unconditional Love, altruism, lessoning suffering

BLUE: Voice, Integrity, Personal Truths, Self-Expression, Language

VIOLET: Intellect, rationality, intuition; Mind as Control Center or Receiver?

WHITE: Embracing spirituality, integration, wisdom, Eternity, Bliss”

~ FlickrSi

Uploaded by FlickrSi on 20 Jun 10, 10.29PM EDT.

Flickr Fridays | PA180342-heathcliff

21st MIX Festival – Saturday 10-18-2008



PA180342-heathcliff, originally uploaded by mixnycqueerfilm.

Uploaded by mixnycqueerfilm (www.mixnyc.org) on 6 Jul 10, 6.00PM EDT.

VJnetcast#247 – Pride 48 Live and Uncut

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This track was recorded in front of live internet audience on Saturday, June 26th, 2010 for the Pride48.com marathon of 48 hours of continuous live streaming podcasters for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, q… Pride weekend. With TimCorrimal.com and TheOccasionalFag.com podcasts along with special guests…

VJnetcast.com | 347-68-VJNET [347-688-5638] | vjnetcast[at]gmail.com | A BustB!G and Live Your Dreams Production | Part of the AirStream Podcasting Network

Brian G, Tim, David b and I getting ready to stream live from the New York studio.
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VJN40 Charlie Demos – Hypergender Pride Show | VJnet.org

I saw my friend Carl perform with Charlie Demos (www.soulfulboi.com) at Hypergender’s 2nd Annual PRIDE Show @ WOW Cafe Theatre in New York City.

VJnet.org | 347-68-VJNET [347-688-5638] | vjnetcast[at]gmail.com | VJnetcast.com | A BustB!G and Live Your Dreams Production | Part of the Airstream Podcasting Network

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