Author Archives: Suzanne Silver
August 29 – September 14 2014 Opening Reception – Wednesday, September 3, 2014 Trans-Q Television is part of Changing Channels, an exhibition highlighting projects supported by Center for the Arts in Society Media Initiative. On view are the first two episodes of Trans-Q Television, Maria Denolt’s tour of the “Queernegie International, and a seven minute […]
No Queernegie International visitors were harmed by blasts of confetti, thankfully. Now that it’s closed, you can reflect on these kind words from GalleristNY and ask yourself, “Have I dedicated enough of my life to the return of JTT?” Trans-Q Television produced this short video in collaboration with the talented writer/performer Dani Lamorte and the Carnegie Museum of […]
Come on out to the Andy Warhol Museum on Friday, April 11, 8pm for a fantastic show that you don’t want to miss! Trans-Q Television is proud to be co-sponsoring this. Where: The Warhol Theater, Andy Warhol Museum, 117 Sandusky Street, Pittsburgh Get Tickets Here: http://www.warhol.org/responsive/event.aspx?id=22478 The legendary, raucous, rowdy performance gang, Sister Spit, returns to […]
Suzie Silver (creator/producer), Scott Andrew (producer) present a frisky account of TQTV (influences, processes) and screen highlights from Episode 2 and more. Tuesday, February 11 The Frank-Ratchye Studio for Creative Inquiry College of Fine Arts Room 111 Featuring: Vaginal Davis SSION Narcissister Maria Denolt Shana Moulton/ Nick Hallett and more.
Trans-Q Live! was a queer evening of dazzling performance, dance, stand-up history, stories, resplendent fantasies, music and more. The sold out show was presented September 7, 2013 at the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh. Hosted by Janet Granite, the extraordinary line-up of artists included: Scott Andrew/Stephanie Ross, Harrison Apple, Jasmine Hearn/Joseph Hall, Dani Lamorte, Caldwell Linker, Ayanah Moor/Ginger Brooks […]
To help kick things off for Trans-Q Television, Tom Kalin visited Pittsburgh in March of 2012. His presentation at Carnegie Mellon University was exciting, moving and inspiring. You can view a video of it HERE. Additionally, his film Swoon was screened at the Andy Warhol Museum in celebration of the 20th anniversary of its release.