Most high-minded curators and the artists they regularly work with would turn their noses up at the idea of screening a film at a bar.
But the bar — the activity, social and sexual, that takes place inside — and its history are the very reasons Dirty Looks: On Location series will be screening “Tearoom” at Julius.
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There was a minute and 24 seconds left in the fourth quarter Sunday when the Eagles hit Sam Bradford for the final time, and like each of the 17 shots they delivered before it, they made it count.
Brandon Graham slammed into Bradford's upper body, and Connor Barwin lunged to grasp for his legs, and when Bradford rose to his feet, his body for the first time betrayed its degree of punishment.
“There’s a hunger for this kind of material in New York.
While we had a great turn out at all of our road show stops, the rabid engagement with the material in New York bowls me over as a curator.” To prepare for On Location, Nordeen flipped through the pages of George Chauncey’s “Gay New York” for a better sense of the city’s history, and referred back, as he always does, to the classic texts in the avant-garde film world, Parker Tyler’s “Underground Film” and P.
Among them are David Everitt Howe (Curator-in-Residence, Abrons Arts Center), Jamillah James (independent curator) and Karl Mc Cool (Temple University) [Full disclosure: This writer is one of those curators.] The idea for Dirty Looks: On Location was born out of the experience of taking Dirty Looks on the road for a weeklong road trip along the west coast.You can go to a Dirty Looks: On Location event or you can just happen upon it. We’ll have postcards at each night and be there to chat — it’s all about gaining a deeper understanding, a richer idea of the city we’re living in.” For more information and to support Dirty Looks: On Location, here is the project’s Kickstarter page.Mike Sielski is a sports columnist for the Inquirer and Daily News.Ranging from film projections on the walls of queer businesses to interactive video playlists to covert screenings in buildings with secret queer pasts, Dirty Looks: On Location is an ambitious series of events.Dirty Looks: On Location is currently on Kickstarter looking to raise the funds needed to complete the month-long series.
He limped around the Lincoln Financial Field turf for a few seconds, threw a meaningless touchdown pass two plays later, then trudged to the Vikings' sideline and plopped on the bench, his helmet still on, the idyllic start to his season no more than a memory.