Super excited to head to Texas and talk at the DSVC! These folks have been super kind through email and even revamped the website to welcome me to town.
Wednesday, December 4, 2013.
Reception: 6pm / Meeting: 7pm
Angelika Film Center, Dallas TX (Google Map)
Members: Free / Non-Members: $20 / Students: $10 (ID Required)
1) What made you choose this photo?
I chose this photo because it is the most recent photo of me. Plus it’s a great one.
3) How do you think your parent’s read you? Why?
Practically perfect in every way! haha just kidding. As a child one of my favorite movies was Mary Poppins and my parents used to always ask me, “Amy, how do you measure up” and of course I would always reply, “Just like Mary Poppins, practically perfect in every way”. They still haven’t let me live that down! But in reality I’m sure they think I’m a little naive, a dreamer who lives in her head. But you know, maybe I am. That’s not always a bad thing.
5) What is something that someone would never know about you (mundane, odd, surprising, etc.) by simply reading your cover?
Probably a lot of things! For one I would like to eventually live in Central America, at least for a few years. Also, clutter and messes drive me insane.
The Love Project is doing cool things!
“Everyday we walk past hundreds, if not thousands, of people. More often than not we judge them by their cover, slap a label on them, and keep walking; we’ll never know that person by anything more than what we’ve unapologetically fabricated for them. Think about it: if we gave even five minutes of our time to each other, void of preconceived notions, and talked to them, really got to know them, negative attitudes would decrease exponentially. Most of us have been viciously judged, stereotyped, mocked, and commented on without our true identity ever given the chance to shine through. The Love Project aims to change this – we want to replace stereotypes with universal acceptance and judgments with kindness. We believe everyone should be given the chance to express him or herself without suffering. The world is in need of a peaceful campaign of love and acceptance, everyone matters, and everyone is beautiful. Pay it forward.
Black, white, gay, straight, tattoos, piercings, purple hair, Middle-Eastern, European, whatever it is you are – we love you and we can’t wait to get to know you.”
Check them out here
The Space In Between
Rand Renfrow’s print from Tan Lines.
Available in the Tan & Loose Shop
An older one. thanks for diggin’ it up. I hardly know what I posted here lol.
Bored indoor plant / white ink on some old amazon packaging by Saskia Keultjes
The Space In Between