These are the things I've written that are tagged "#sweatshop"


19 August 2011

ATTN SAN FRANCISCO: If you like weird music and weirder art, get your ass on down to TRUCK at Folsom and 15th street tomorrow night for disCU̴LTU̴RE. Sweatshop will be there. Attendance is mandatory. You have been warned.


25 February 2011

Sweatshop, the live art show I produce with the artist E.G. Gauger, returns this Sunday, February 27th with live art commissions, answer to questions about doing art, and the 1973 classic HORROR EXPRESS starring Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing and Telly Savalas. We start early (around 12pm PST), run late (midnight?!), and want you to come. […]

Sweatshop, Episode 11×2

30 January 2011

SWEATSHOP, the live art show which I produce, is back today with a vengeance and thirst for meatblood: In which E.G. Gauger returns to painting live on a canvas, and I return to cracking wise at our ever-patient and filthy audience. Broadcasting commences at 12pm PST, today, 30th January 2011.

Sweatshop: Art, Conversation, Madness

10 March 2010

Sweatshop, the live art video show I produce, is next broadcasting on Friday, 12 March at 3pm PST. Mark your calendars using the substance of your choosing. I’m told we will be jamming the new soon-to-be-released MC Frontalot album, ZERO DAY, which Sweatshop’s host/creator Eliza Gauger did the back cover for.


25 February 2010

Eliza has got some shirts for sale on CafePress: In the internet broadcasting system, art-based offenses are considered especially heinous. In the SWEATSHOP, the dedicated artists who perpetuate these vicious felonies are members of an elite squad known as the SWEATY VICTIMS UNIT.

TONIGHT: Dancing Bear Benefit for Lorraine in #Sweatshop

27 October 2009

Eliza Gauger: The nose is all wrong, but this graceful creature is nonetheless my friend Lorraine, who has just suffered a grievous accident in which she fractured her spine. She is a dancer and a model and is now bedridden, totally unable to support herself. Tomorrow I will be running a tipjar marathon in which […]

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