Here’s the video of our WTF campaign… It’s a new awareness and fundraising campaign to try and help Rainbow Youth and OUTLine keep supporting our queer and trans communities to end is discrimination in New Zealand.
It’s been an absolute privelege to be a part of this project – and I’ve been overwhelmed at all the organisations and individuals who helped us out, and donating their time and services to us. We’ve managed to put this entire campaign together on a shoestring budget, and all the funds that WTF raise will go towards helping both organisations keep doing the amazing work that they’re doing
Visit the site, and if you have $5 to spare, maybe you could start a regular donation to help these awesome organisations keep being awesome….
So news of the century is that I’m in my first big group exhibition.:D
Rebecca Swan, the amazing photographer – who made Assume Nothing (one of the most amazing series of photographic depictions of gender), and once took pictures of Joe and I naked– asked me if I wanted to be in a show she was curating.
Nat’rlly I said “YES! PLEASE!”, and so, ladies, gents, and every other dapper person – I present to you: FAERIE TALES.
The show opens Tuesday 5 June (performances at 9pm), and closes on the 18th, and it’s at Snake Pit gallery at 33 High Street, Auckland.
If you’re in Auckland after Queens Birthday weekend you should come down and see it. It’s amazing.
And if that’s not enough to entice you, on opening night we’ll be presenting a special once-in-a-lifetime performance!!! Joe is helping to organise it, as well as having one of the starring roles…. he may have convinced me to do a little something too
So, basically, you should all come along – it’s pretty much going to be the most amazing thing ever.
Here’s the facebook page for all the details
Joe was recently interviewed by our local gay magazine, Express, about being the most awesome and smart young chap around.
I can’t find it online, so I scanned it, so you can read about his awesomeness too – (click on the pic to make it larger):
I made magnets!
So in a bid to make cool things, and feel better about gender stuff, I made some promo magnets for Rooster Tails… and they arrived in the mail today, PRETTY:
(PS I’m bad at taking photos)
For NZ ppl: $2NZ each + $1NZ postage
For international ppl: $1.50US each + $2US postage
(postage remains the same no matter how many you order – so if you order one it’s $1NZ/$2US postage, and if you order five it’s still just $1NZ/$2US postage unless y’know, you order 1million… but I don’t have a million of them anyway…)
Just Click on the DONATE button on the website