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Located just next door to both downtown and Chinatown, this studio exhibits the work of local and international artists. Part of a complex of studios built in 1925, it’s also home to the Punk Rock Museum, created by vocalist Taquila Mockingbird to pay homage to her friends and loved ones from the height of the punk era. The museum hosts musical guests as well as exhibiting new pieces.
Like punk rock itself, Taquila Mockingbird is full of contradictions. The African-American amazon is an operatic vocalist and an unrepentant Anglophile with a deep and abiding love for the poetry of John Keats, but she also worships the scabrous poetry of Johnny Rotten and John Lydon. Mockingbird, a former curator at the Zero One gallery and booker of the New Wave Theatre TV show, is a walking, talking, punk rock museum. It's not so much that she's some fussy archivist or geeky statistician... More »
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