Were the 80s the Zenith of Queer Cinema?

During the 80s, queer filmmakers from around the globe took up the camera to tell previously untold stories in bold and creative ways, bringing unapologetic portrayals of LGBTQ+ individuals to the big screen. The world stood on the cusp of transformation. Borders were poised to change, the fight to end Apartheid in South Africa persisted,…

Something for the Week, Issue 10

Welcome back to Something for the Week — your weekly selection of things to look at, read, listen to, and experience across the arts. If you like what you see, consider subscribing to the Something Curated newsletter. Charleston Festival at Charleston, Firle Charleston Festival, one of the UK’s longest-running literature festivals, returns for its 35th year with…

Taiwanese Artist and Designer Liang-Jung Chen’s Ultimate Movie Night

Included in the group exhibition On Tenderness & Time — curated by Jenn Ellis and presented by Daniel Katz Gallery and Xenia — Taiwanese-born artist and designer Liang-Jung Chen’s poetic practice weaves together ideas around domesticity and societal structures. Her cross-disciplinary projects straddle visual art, product design and performance. Chen’s latest work, which explores the…

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