This festival is driven by the community of San Marcos, Texas. KTSW, Texas States college radio station, puts this event on yearly, with the help of local sponsor funding. Due to community involvement that goes into this project, it has been awarded for “Best Community Involvement.” Continue reading “Mr. Fest is bringing out the Misses”
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We are heading back in time, to the last weekend of March 2017, to the hills of New Braunfels, Texas for a festival full of music and art. Continue reading “Heading to Find Art and Music”
This video was inspired by educational films and B-movie horror films. It was made as part of a class project, and Victor Ma was kind enough to help me out. He is part of the San Marcos, Texas, conservation crew. Continue reading “Sallymander: a Short Film”
The Guerrilla Girls got started in New York, around 1985. They were founded by a group of female artist, that wanted to change the white male domination of art world. Since then they have expanded to other inequalities around the world. Continue reading “Guerrillas Give Homework”
Glitter Death is a storefront based out of Hollywood, California, this store brings together a love for rock ‘n’ roll and fashion. Founded as Beauty is Pain Boutique in 2008 by Rio Warner and her husband, this local legend changed its name to Glitter Death in 2012.
Last Wednesday, I awoke to uplifting messages from women but men in my life. It was all due to International Women’s Day. These positive messages carried throughout the day and in a variety of mediums. This year’s celebration seemed to be an especially active one.
Taco Cat is a pop punk band based out of Seattle, Washington. They consist of three lady members, Emily Nookes (singer), Bree McKenna (bass), Lelah Maupin (drums), and one man, Eric Randall (guitar). This band frequently plays around the Austin area. Continue reading “Kitty Paws Up for…”