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Changing Channels at Carnegie Mellon’s Miller Gallery

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 […]

Maria Denolt presents the “Queernegie” International

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 […]

Good Vibrations: Episode 2 of TQTV is LIVE!

What’s tight, right, and in your line of sight? It’s Episode TWO of Trans-Q Television! In our second installment, the masked dancer herself – NARCISSISTER – hosts a motley crowd of guests including SSION, House of Ladosha, Erica Gressman, and Mikey McParlane. From artist interviews to hip hop beauty, Episode Two has what you need. […]

Sister Spit

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 […]

Episode 2 Preview Event

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! is live

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 […]

Studying? What’s that?

As the fall semester comes to a close, many of us on the Trans-Q Television team are, quite frankly, going bonkers. Presuming many of you feel the same way, we would like to offer some light entertainment to make the days and nights easier until your final-est final is complete. So, here are 5 videos […]

Mercury In Uncertainty

Debuting in episode one, Mercury in Retrograde is Trans-Q Television’s very own in-house soap. Following the dramatic developments of a stubbly heiress and her smooth suitors, the first installment left us with quite a cliffhanger – Devon dying on the floor, accusing Ladsworth of being unfaithful to Carlotta. Will Devon recover? Will Carlotta confront Ladsworth? […]

Steppin’ Out

Although Trans-Q the web series lives on the wide open data seas of the Internet, the show is produced in the post-industrial urban gem known as “Pittsburgh.” A quirky little city, Pittsburgh has a queer history that complicates the enshrined tales of gay life in New York and San Francisco. Local historian, and Trans-Q producer, […]

group activities

Imagine you’re in a warm, dark room surrounded by friends. Laying comfortably on the floor, you hear dulcet tones ringing from the front of the room. As a white parachute blankets your supine body, a voice seems to be saying, “I am wa-ter-fall, you are col-lect call.” No, I’m not describing a dream Salvador Dali […]

5 Fast Facts about Trans-Q Television

Trans-Q Television is a new video adventure, so there is a lot you may not know about us. Here are a few quick facts about this queer, quirky webseries. Use them to impress friends, improve test scores, and win rounds of Trivial Pursuit. 1. Trans-Q Television began as a class at Carnegie Mellon University, in […]

Wrap-Up: Jack Halberstam @ CMU

If you missed Jack Halberstam’s recent visit to Carnegie Mellon University, we offer you our deepest sympathies. (We thought about sending flowers, but it was expensive.) The auditorium in Porter Hall, on CMU’s Pittsburgh campus, was filled to the brim with on-the-edge-of-their-seats Halberstam fanboiz and fangrrrlz ready to receive a bit of wisdom from this […]