Things got busy over the holidays, and not just holiday stuff. We have squared away the boring legal and banking stuff. We’ve pushed through red tape and administrivia. And now we’re less than a week from the launch of our Continue reading Sleep Study pre-production continues
We have completed taping for both the Alcohollywood and Toxic Bag podcasts. We had an absolute blast with both of them. For Alcohollywood we watched and critiqued the 1995 film Copycat starring Sigourney Weaver and Holly Hunter. The film had Continue reading People are talking…
For those of you who missed our radio appearance last weekend, the audio archive of the show is now up! Listen to the show here. We chatted with Summer and Drew about Sleep Study, our mission, TV and movies, and Continue reading Burning Brigid on Magick Radio Chicago
You’ve been waiting for it, so here it is! A paranoid lab assistant becomes convinced that the sleep study institute that employs them is far more sinister than it first appears. Unwilling to risk exposure to potential retribution, the assistant Continue reading The Sleep Study Trailer is Here!
We may have been a little quiet, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t been busy. We’re gearing up for a lot more activity in the next couple months as we lead into our fundraising campaign, and there will be multiple Continue reading Catch us on the radio! Upcoming interviews and appearances…
Amanda Fucking Palmer blogged on boingboing about how and why fans choose to support the artists that they love. It’s a good read, go check it out. People actually like supporting the artists whose work they like. It makes them Continue reading Amanda Palmer on Supporting Artists You Love
So a couple weeks back, I stumbled upon an opportunity for a fellowship for socially engaged art. Since I’m aiming to make socially engaged art through Burning Brigid, it seemed like a good fit. And while I’m not actively looking Continue reading “New normal”: redefining culture through representation
Everyone has causes that resonate with them on a personal level, but not everyone knows what they can do to support those causes. Some of us don’t have the time or the money to make major contributions, but we still Continue reading Support good causes through Kickstarter donations