On Realizing People Believe in Me (Also, the Challenges of Being an Arts Administrator and an Artist)

10 thoughts on “On Realizing People Believe in Me (Also, the Challenges of Being an Arts Administrator and an Artist)”

  1. I’m proud to say I was there, at the initial reading of Fat Fuck at central cinema, and look forward to the next installment. Despite all outward appearances, I am interested in more than your nipples.

  2. I am so moved to be a part of all this, Brian. The way you support the people around you is vast, and enthusiastic, and full. It is so good to know that you feel us reflect all that back to you. Thanks for writing this. And for making space for us to see you and your work. And, for whatever it’s worth, a Design Team is of course amazing, but you were kicking ass and taking names way before all of this happened. Onward!

    1. Thanks, Marya. You’ve been an impetus since that class. I was scared to do a lot then that I’m no longer afraid of, and I owe that to you, for pushing, for having my back after you pushed.

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