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Gender Reels gives crucial spotlight to transgender and gender non-conforming filmmakers

Over the past couple of decades, we've seen a huge shift in how queer artists and their work are viewed. We certainly have not...

Twin Cities Zine Fest highlights queer artists

As a queer person who grew up in the '90s and whose mom had very little expendable budget, I OBVIOUSLY loved zines and was...

Theatre Unbound’s The Taming offers surprises and laughs

Since 1999, Theatre Unbound has been producing theatre that filters this chaotic world we live in through crucial missing voices: women's. The company is...

Queering the Tarot: Five and Seven of Wands

Conflict, competition, and conviction take center stage with these strife-filled Wands cards. While their interpretations do have differences which we'll talk about, their similarities...

New documentary, Project Q, Sheds Light on Minnesota Queer Art

For the artists and filmmakers most involved with the upcoming documentary titled Project Q, it's been a long but exciting road from the inception...

Queering the Tarot, Queering the Wands: Two-Four

Last time here at Queering the Tarot, I mentioned that a lot of the minor arcana (AKA the “suits” or “pips”) are really quick,...

A queer guide to doing the 2016 Twin Cities Fringe Festival

For Minnesota Theatre fans, the Minnesota Fringe is like Christmas -- which means that it's either a magical time when all your dreams come...

Theater Review: Slate by Black Market Theatre

New theatre companies, collaborative work, and of course anything that calls out queerphobia or heterosexism are all things I have a deep, abiding love...

Queering the Tarot: The Minor Arcana and the Ace of Swords

In the Tarot, cards are generally separated into two parts—the Major Arcana, which are thought of as being more about archetypes, things the Divine...

Spotlight on the Arts: Lavender Panic, the Twin Cities’ LGBTQ improv troupe

Since their inception, Lavender Panic has performed as part of several different events, most recently “Improv-A-Go-Go,” Huge Theater's Sunday night Pay What You Can...