Fairy Fantastic!, the collaborative art practice of Professor Suzie and Hilary Harp, presents “Tales of Transformation and Belonging.”
Tag: Suzie Silver
This exhibition questions what exactly is queer art in the digital age through a series of intimate works that ponder identity and desire.
Experience a transformative performance of experimental sound, movement, wearable sculpture, drag, and more.
Professor Silver’s video “Freebird” is part of the exhibition “Bona Drag: An Incomplete History of Drag and Cross-Gender Performance in Film and Video Art.”
“Keyword: International” is a collaborative initiative to creatively define Pittsburgh as an international city at this moment in time.
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.
“Out in the Woods” features international short queer folk and fairy tale films and “Over the Rainbow” presents queer and experimental shorts for kids of all ages.
Prof. Silver and Hilary Harp present their ongoing project “Fairy Fantastic!” and their upcoming curated screening “Over the Rainbow” at the University of Pittsburgh’s “Playing with Childhood in the 21st Century” colloquium, Apr 6 & 7.
8:00pm – 10:00pm, Andy Warhol Museum
Suzie Silver has been creating queer performance and video art for more than two decades. A true tomboy and thrill-seeker from day one, her youth was spent dirt-biking through deserts and canyons, attending punk shows and dancing in the queer bars of San Diego. Her well known early videos, Freebird and A Spy emerged from… Read more »