Posts Tagged: artist

My latest educational materials–Digital Package! plus thoughts on being a social justice artist

Hi friends, I am excited to announce some newly created educational materials by yours truly ❤ Digital Workshop Resource Package 28 images + pdf – Pregnancy, Birthing & Chestfeeding: A Guide with Gender Non-conforming Models of Color: https://www.etsy.com/listing/239787622/digital-workshop-resource-package-28?ref=shop_home_active_1    It’s

My latest educational materials–Digital Package! plus thoughts on being a social justice artist

Hi friends, I am excited to announce some newly created educational materials by yours truly ❤ Digital Workshop Resource Package 28 images + pdf – Pregnancy, Birthing & Chestfeeding: A Guide with Gender Non-conforming Models of Color: https://www.etsy.com/listing/239787622/digital-workshop-resource-package-28?ref=shop_home_active_1    It’s

Broken Pencil Magazine Zine Philosophy Column :)

Last fall, Alison Lang, the editor of Broken Pencil Magazine (a magazine on zine culture and independent art) contacted me out of the blue to ask me to write their Zine Philosophy column for the next issue. Of course I

Broken Pencil Magazine Zine Philosophy Column :)

Last fall, Alison Lang, the editor of Broken Pencil Magazine (a magazine on zine culture and independent art) contacted me out of the blue to ask me to write their Zine Philosophy column for the next issue. Of course I

Week #3 of December 2014: Daily self-portrait challenge

Day 15 of my month-long daily self-portrait series. Marker and colored pencil on Ale’s old school worksheets. Queer pride! Messed up with the numbers…it was the 16th! Oil pastel and marker on brown paper. Based on my outfit this morning

Week #3 of December 2014: Daily self-portrait challenge

Day 15 of my month-long daily self-portrait series. Marker and colored pencil on Ale’s old school worksheets. Queer pride! Messed up with the numbers…it was the 16th! Oil pastel and marker on brown paper. Based on my outfit this morning

Week #2 of December 2014: Daily self-portrait challenge

This week was more interesting. I’ve noticed a change in the way I render myself and keeping a daily practice has not only kept my creativity flowing, but I also feel like it’s made me more on point. Plus, since

Week #2 of December 2014: Daily self-portrait challenge

This week was more interesting. I’ve noticed a change in the way I render myself and keeping a daily practice has not only kept my creativity flowing, but I also feel like it’s made me more on point. Plus, since

Week #1 of December 2014: Daily self-portrait challenge

Two months have come and gone so quickly here in Quito that I decided to mark my days more concretely with a daily self-portrait series challenge! Here’s the result of the first six days. You can follow the challenge on

Week #1 of December 2014: Daily self-portrait challenge

Two months have come and gone so quickly here in Quito that I decided to mark my days more concretely with a daily self-portrait series challenge! Here’s the result of the first six days. You can follow the challenge on

Transcending QTPOC activist burnout

With the knowledge that I’m repeating what others have said countless times, I want to first reiterate the need for self-care.  Our bodies are connected to our minds and hearts and we have to remind ourselves that we truly are

Transcending QTPOC activist burnout

With the knowledge that I’m repeating what others have said countless times, I want to first reiterate the need for self-care.  Our bodies are connected to our minds and hearts and we have to remind ourselves that we truly are

Interview by Ginger Dunhill of Art Beat Conversations

Thank you Ginger Dunhill from the amazing podcast series Art Beat Conversations for interviewing me and creating a beautiful podcast to share with the world about my life, art and activism.  It’s a hefty 65 minutes long with some of my

Interview by Ginger Dunhill of Art Beat Conversations

Thank you Ginger Dunhill from the amazing podcast series Art Beat Conversations for interviewing me and creating a beautiful podcast to share with the world about my life, art and activism.  It’s a hefty 65 minutes long with some of my

We are losing inertia

I first met Bing Hao via the internet when I was putting together my zine on queer art and activism in Singapore (click on the image to see the zine online for free). He then visited NYC when I was also in

We are losing inertia

I first met Bing Hao via the internet when I was putting together my zine on queer art and activism in Singapore (click on the image to see the zine online for free). He then visited NYC when I was also in