Here are artifacts and hand drawn books from Danny Tisdale’s appearance on PBS’s reality TV show Colonial House in 2004.
The show was televised in 2004 from January to August with Danny as a free man who traveled from England in 1628 to Machias, Maine in the New World with a crew of 13 others from all over the USA and the world (England, Texas, Seattle, New York, etc.,). Continue reading
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Tagged Colonial House, Contemporary art, Danny, Danny Tisdale, Danny Tisdale diary, England, New World, New York City, Public Broadcasting Service, Seattle, Shapespeare Theater, Texas, The Book of Uncommon Sense, The Colonial House Cookbook
Exclusive: Danny Tisdale’s ‘Before and After” is on sale at the Contemporary Art Museum in Houston (CAMH) as part of the Radical Presence survey show. The print can be ordered at the museum price of $75 for this limited edition (20-23/50 prints) lithograph (20 x 24 40 inches). Continue reading
The first photograph from my Transitions, Inc., performance as part of the Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art survey of 20th century art at the Contemporary Art Museum in Houston (CAMH) on Saturday, January 18th, 2013 at 2 pm.
On a 60 degree day I had one of the best performance as Tracey Goodman, CEO and Founder of Transitions, Inc.., and the response from an audience I have had in a while. Continue reading
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Tagged Arts, Arts and Entertainment, CAMH, Contemporary art, contemporary art museum Houston, Danny Tisdale, Houston, Museum, Performance, Tracey Goodman, Transitions
Join CAMH this week for a performance in conjunction with our exhibition, Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art survey of 20th century art.
In Transitions, Inc., Danny Tisdale becomes Tracey Goodman, the head of a fictitious company that specializes in transforming one’s physical appearance for the purpose of greater social access and financial reward. Continue reading
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Tagged Art Museums, Arts and Entertainment, Canada, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Contemporary art, contemporary art museum Houston, Danny Tisdale, Houston, Mental health, Museum, Tracey Goodman
Danny Tisdale is negotiations with a private press to create a lithograph series based on the Rodney King Police Beating shown at the Whitney Museum’s Black Male show in 1994, the image is from an ongoing “Disaster Series,” and another from the Transitions, Inc., poster. Continue reading
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Tagged Contemporary art, Danny Tisdale, disaster series, Houston, Lithography, Private press, Radical Presence, Rodney King, Rodney King Police Beating, Transitions, Whitney Museum of American Art