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April 16, 2014 at 4:19pm
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SUPPORT PUNK ISLAND 2014 →

Hey tumblr babes — I’m organizing a stage for this year’s PUNK ISLAND festival in New York City, and we’re looking for your help to put this ALL AGES / ALL FREE / ALL PUNK event together.


Donate to our kickstarter page, and come out on June 21st to see NCM, EMPTY VESSELS, OPPOSITION RISING, ALL TORN UP, RAW NERVES, DALY’S GONE WRONG, THE BANNER, AS$TROLAND, UZUHI, WES MANTOOTH, ENTROPY, BAD BEHAVIOR & SO MUCH MORE.

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4:10pm
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Reblogged from burymyart

burymyart:

This is documention of BURY MY ART AT WOUNDED KNEE: Blood & Guts in the Art School Industrial Complex, at Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) in Portland, OR. The exhibition was instigated by R.I.S.E.: Radical Indigenous Survivance & Empowerment and curated by Native artist, Demian Diné Yazhi’The all-Native art show was the first of its kind at PNCA and featured the artwork of 15 Contemporary Native Artists/Warriors. The show ran from December 5th, 2013 to January 29th, 2014, and was extended for an additional month.

Special thanks goes out to all the artists/warriors involved, Linda Kliewer (Assistant Professor, Chair of the Thesis Department, and Mentor at PNCA), Mack McFarland (Exhibitions Coordinator at PNCA), and all the heroes past, present, and future.

First image:
Exhibition display b
ased on letterpresses poster, designed by Demian Diné Yazhi’Acrylic paint & graphite. Measurements: approximately 55.5” x 74.5”

Second image:
Installation view of the exhibition from the east entrance.

Third image:
Installation view.
From left to right: Untitled, by Douglas Miles; kill the man. save the Indian, by Shilo George;and Vision Quest Glyphology, by Kaila Farrell-Smith.

Fourth image:
Installation view.
From left to rightThe Long Shadow, by Jean Quick-to-See Smith; Report, by Raven Chacon; Captain of My Universe, by Neal Ambrose-Smith;and exhibition display designed by Demian Diné Yazhi’.

Fifth image: 
Installation view.
From left to right: Untitled, by Nani Chacon; Between Science & Nature, by Nani Chacon; Untitled, by Nani Chacon; Hybrid, by Sam Guerrero
;and Untitled (Apache Warrior), by Douglas Miles.

Sixth image:
Installation View
From left to right: Navajo Protest Artists Arrested, Flagstaff, AZ (video), by Thomas GreyEyes; Untitled (Indians & Cowboys), by Demian Diné Yazhi’;and Nametoo, by Celeste Pedri.

Seventh image:
Installation view.

From left to right: Four Poems (Inheritance, Life’s a Beach, Having Left, and When Are You Leaving?), by Tommy Pico; Nametoo, by Celeste Pedri;and Indigeneity, by Ryan Young.

Last image: 
Installation view of exhibition from the west entrance.
Far left wall: Artifact- Bags –, by Jordan Bennett; Ipshaamírapuh Iktiinach (Orphan Dance-Stick), by Fox A.C. Spears; and Untitled (Work In Progress) video, by R.I.S.E.: Radical Indigenous Survivance & Empowerment.

For more information on BURY MY ART AT WOUNDED KNEE & R.I.S.E.: Radical Indigenous Survivance & Empowerment:

http://burymyart.tumblr.com
http://facebook.com/RISEindigenous
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April 13, 2014 at 11:04am
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Reblogged from nycartscene

nycartscene:

recommended:

The Real Estate Show, Was Then: 1980

James Fuentes Gallery, 55 Delancey St., NYC

a historical exhibition revisiting Colab’s infamous 1980 “The Real Estate Show” with original archived artworks. “During the late 1970s and early 1980s the art world underwent rapid change. More and more artists found inspiration by engaging the real world while simultaneously discovering the power of banding together either to confront or circumvent the established order… on New Years’ Eve 1980 a group of Colab members and friends started the new decade off with a bang by squatting an empty, city-owned building on Delancey Street and mounting ‘The Real Estate Show,’ an exhibition about greed, gentrification, eviction, and dislocation. Although the police quickly shut down the show, the guerrilla exhibition attracted so much media attention that as a compromise the city offered the artists the use of another abandoned building on nearby Rivington Street.” (Alan Moore and Marc Miller, 98Bowery.com)

April 11, 2014 at 8:34pm
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Reblogged from alisonsbirthday
alisonsbirthday:

1988-1991
Nearly all issues of brilliant queer/punk zine HOMOCORE are available to read HERE

alisonsbirthday:

1988-1991

Nearly all issues of brilliant queer/punk zine HOMOCORE are available to read HERE

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8:34pm
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Reblogged from inthemoodforportnawak

inthemoodforportnawak:

Documerica : Images of America in Crisis in the 1970s.

(pour plus de précisions sur chacun des clichés :  The Atlantic)

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8:31pm
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Reblogged from blacksaltcollective
blacksaltcollective:

time to look at the sky! 

blacksaltcollective:

time to look at the sky! 

8:30pm
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Reblogged from pitchfork

pitchfork:

Completely random Friday greatness: Electronic music pioneer and composer Wendy Carlos revisits bits of never-before-heard music from the scores for Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining and A Clockwork Orange. [via Resident Advisor]

8:28pm
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Reblogged from withoutyourwalls
withoutyourwalls:

Jean-Michel Basquiat, Hollywood Africans, 1983

withoutyourwalls:

Jean-Michel Basquiat, Hollywood Africans, 1983

April 8, 2014 at 12:10am
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Reblogged from starrywavves

Find meaning. Distinguish melancholy from sadness. Go out for a walk. It doesn’t have to be a romantic walk in the park, spring at its most spectacular moment, flowers and smells and outstanding poetical imagery smoothly transferring you into another world. It doesn’t have to be a walk during which you’ll have multiple life epiphanies and discover meanings no other brain ever managed to encounter. Do not be afraid of spending quality time by yourself. Find meaning or don’t find meaning but “steal” some time and give it freely and exclusively to your own self. Opt for privacy and solitude. That doesn’t make you antisocial or cause you to reject the rest of the world. But you need to breathe. And you need to be.

— Albert Camus, Notebooks, 1951-1959  (via thatkindofwoman)

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April 4, 2014 at 12:04am
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Reblogged from banjee-boi

DROP THE ICE HOLD ON VICTOR →

banjee-boi:

Victor Albarran Sanchez has lived and resided in the United States of America for over 13 years. From 2005 to the present time, Victor has been attending classes at Portland Community College, in pursuit of a degree in Computer Engineering.

 Victor has been very active in his local community throughout his time in Portland. He has volunteered as a mentor for high school students at Jefferson High School and Benson High School. He has served as a role model for young students, encouraging them to take their studies seriously. Victor is a strong and active member of the of the Leadership Movimiento Estudiantil Chican@ De Aztlan (M.E.Ch.A ) since 2005, serving and volunteering in our communities by participating in many leadership conferences in the State of Oregon, the Pacific Northwest Area, and also other states throughout the country to represent Portland, Oregon. In many occasions Victor volunteered his time to American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) organizing May Day rallies and helped make a video about the Dreamers. In the spare time he could find he volunteered at FreeGeek, where he taught people how to assemble commuters; that they could keep while also learning computer skills.

 Victor has participated in leadership training through ASPCC and lobbied in Washington D.C. On behalf of Oregon college students that could benefit form a passage of the DREAM Act. In Oregon he was a strong advocate of Tuition Equity and Oregon Drivers license for all. His personal goal is to make important impacts in communities by serving and educating them. Victor displays excellent virtues of an active citizenship, and is an ideal candidate to remain in the United States to keep on making positive impacts in these communities.

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