Like SXSW and so many aspects of Austin, Spiro's and Miller's homes both demonstrated a creative convergence of art, comfort, and forward-thinking.
Laurence Miller has converted his home into an exhibition space for artists to explore the domestic through their practice - it's called testsite.
The current installation is by artist John Cooper - who wove garden hoses throughout the house - creating a maze that brought out the kid in all of us.
Elizabeth Streb also presented a talk at the Contemporary Austin - Jones Center.
The famous comedian is known for his outstanding comic timing and is one of the successful comedians of the United States.
The proud gay star, however, is still struggling in his personal life.
Another Gay Movie, in all of its lubricated glory, was kind of wonderful for its mix of earnestness about sex and its winking self-awareness about teen sex in film.
He says elsewhere in the film to Russell (Tom Cullen), “…They shove it down our throats all the time: Being straight.
Straight story lines on television, everywhere – in books, on billboards, magazines, everywhere.” At the moment, it’s invariably changing, albeit marginally, but, generally speaking, queer people still have to learn how to be queer. And yet, it occurred to me very recently that a film as “lowbrow” as Another Gay Movie it could also be considered one of the most important films of the last two decades, well-deserving of a secure place in queer canon.
The award winning comedian who is currently at the age of 54 is still unmarried.
He is currently single after the multiple breaks up with his partners.