Author Archives: Suzanne Silver
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 […]
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 […]
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.
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 […]
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 […]
Tom Kalin: Fiction/Nonfiction and Swoon
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.