TQ Live! presents a resplendently queer evening of dazzling performances: music, dance, drag, spoken word, comedy, pole work, video, and more.
Tag: Scott Andrew
Professor Andew and collaborator Jesse Factor work with video and multimedia elements to explore tensions between the celebrity image and the physical body.
The second edition includes work by MFA candidates Lena Chen and Jackson McKeehan, along with Sadie Powers and Nathaniel Sullivan.
TQ Live! presents a queer evening of dazzling performance, dance, poetry, comedy, resplendent fantasies, music, and more.
A multi-channel video installation and live performance piece, “The Diva Saga” questions constructions of sexuality, gender, and identity in a digital age.
Fail-Safe invites artists with works-in-progress to present new performances in a supportive environment.
Faculty Scott Andrew, Kim Beck, Jamie Gruszka, Kristen Letts Kovak, and Angela Washko are among the 87 Pittsburgh artists in a new exhibition at Space.
Students illuminated the dark corridors and winding passageways of a limestone mine with art installations, musical performances and costumed movement.
Experience a transformative performance of experimental sound, movement, wearable sculpture, drag, and more.
Produced by Profs. Suzie Silver and Scott Andrew with Joseph Hall, TQ Live! Presents an evening of performances by members of Pittsburgh’s LGBTQIA communities.