Harsh hustling with this vid. Screening on Sunday!
http://waabizipinikaan-ziibi.tumblr.com/residency

Harsh hustling with this vid. Screening on Sunday!

http://waabizipinikaan-ziibi.tumblr.com/residency

Please join us for the 2014 WZFR Screening!!

The Waabizipinikaan-Ziibi Filmmaking Residency is a rural, low-res program for filmmakers from across disciplines that encourages sharing, collaboration, and the use of local resources for the creation of short experimental films.


Public Screening 
Sunday, October 5th 7:00pm

PV Studio
1828 Marshall St. N.E. #5 Minneapolis, MN 55418
The films will be projected over the Mississippi River


Featuring films by 2014 Residents: 
Katinka Galanos 
John Kim
Mel Nguyen 
Katy Vonk

With opening films by: 
Drew Hance
Chris Larson
Piotr Szyhalski


waabizipinikaan-ziibi.org

Please join us for the 2014 WZFR Screening!!

The Waabizipinikaan-Ziibi Filmmaking Residency is a rural, low-res program for filmmakers from across disciplines that encourages sharing, collaboration, and the use of local resources for the creation of short experimental films.
Public Screening 
Sunday, October 5th 7:00pm
PV Studio
1828 Marshall St. N.E. #5 Minneapolis, MN 55418
The films will be projected over the Mississippi River
Featuring films by 2014 Residents: 
Katinka Galanos 
John Kim
Mel Nguyen 
Katy Vonk
With opening films by: 
Drew Hance
Chris Larson
Piotr Szyhalski
waabizipinikaan-ziibi.org

The Ten Chances Residency has begun.  We’re on day 5 already, of 10 total.  Check out our working tumblr. We’re throwing a open house party this Saturday, June 29th at sundown.  

23 E. 26th Street

Mpls MN

Putting the Feminine Back into Feminism, or what I like to call: The Problem with Feminism.

"The greatest barrier preventing us from fully challenging sexism is the pervasive antifeminine sentiment that runs wild in both the straight and queer communities, targeting people of all genders and sexualities. The only realistic way to address this issue is to work toward empowering femininity itself.  We must rightly recognize that feminine expression is strong, daring, and brave - that is it powerful - and not in an enchanting, enticing, or supernatural sort of way, but in a tangible, practical way that facilitates openness, creativity, and honest expression.  We must move beyond seeing femininity as helpless and dependent, or merely as masculinity’s sidekick, and instead acknowledge that feminine expression exists of its own accord and brings its own rewards to those who naturally gravitate toward it.  By embracing femininity, feminism will finally be able to reach out to the vast majority of feminine women who have felt alienated by the movement in the past.  The movement would also be able to reach those who are not female (whether male and/or transgender) who regularly face effemimania or trans-misogyny, but who have not been able to seek refuge or have a voice in the feminist movements of the past.  Indeed, a feminist movement that encompasses both those who are female and those who are feminine has the potential to become a majority, one with the strength in numbers to finally challenge and overturn sexism."

Putting the Feminine Back into Feminism, Whipping Girl by Julia Serano

Object sketches

Object sketches