Gay in the high desert blog
In addition to the discussion of […]. In , the permanent exhibition By Hand Through Memory opened to the public, and greeting visitors outside the entrance stood a towering, tule mat tipi. For generations, Native people of the Columbia River Plateau built and continue to build such tipis using natural materials including tule and cattail — tule is a large bulrush that […]. The artist hails from a wooded […].
A Beefy Blog: The High Desert Art Beat
To Blake Little, Gay Rodeo is Personal - High Desert Museum
The entire park goes gay for the night, which provides a safe and. Baristo Rd. The festival will run. The Art Exhibit will be followed by an Opening Night Party to kick-off the week and to meet the artists and other participants in the upcoming events.
To Blake Little, Gay Rodeo is Personal
Blake Little, Chute Dogging From the moment he attended his first gay rodeo in , photographer Blake Little was hooked. As a participant, Little found himself in a unique place where he could draw on his passion for photography and use his background and skills as a photographer to document the gay rodeo through his camera lens. Little knew, of course, that the view through a camera lens can be unique, often capturing the world from a different angle than seen when simply passing by.
There's only one city in California named Palm Springs, of course, but that magical spot means different things to different people. My friend wondered what Palm Springs meant to me : luxury, nostalgia, golf, nature? Or something else? As I tried to formulate an answer, I realized that Palm Springs doesn't present just one face to the world; it has seven distinct faces, attracting seven different categories of visitor.