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Mr. Ethan H. Minsker

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Phone: (316) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  United States
Tallgrass Film Association
6505 E. Central # 146
Wichita , Kansas 67206
United States

Company Description: Tallgrass Film Association is dedicated to providing access to as many movie fans as possible. All festival venues are ADA Accessible.

Employment History

  • Editor-In-Chief
    Psycho Moto Zine
  • Writer, Artist

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founder
    Antagonist Movement
  • Founding Member
    Antagonist Movement


  • masters degree , Media Communications
    New School for Social Research
  • New School for Social Research
  • masters
  • School of Visual Arts
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Ethan Minsker (SELF ..., 9 Jan 2016 [cached]
Ethan Minsker (SELF MEDICATED: A FILM ABOUT ART, 2014 Tallgrass Film Festival) Ethan H. Minsker is a writer, artist and independent filmmaker. Minsker has written screenplays and produced and directed eight independent films. He is the founder of the Antagonist Movement, Inc., a consortium of artists, writers and musicians based in New York's East Village. Mr. Minsker was also the creator and editor-in-chief of Psycho Moto Zine, in publication from 1988-present. Mr. Minsker received his B.F.A. in Film with honors from the School of Visual Arts and his masters in Media from the New School. He lives in New York City.
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The third presenter, Ethan Minsker, was new to me. Originally from Washington, DC, he is a writer, filmmaker, artist, fanzine publisher, and creator/editor-in-chief of Psycho Moto Zine. He is also a founding member of the Antagonist Movement - a group of artists, writers, and musicians who promote and support one another. That night, I didn't fully comprehend the richness and density of the movement, although bits of it had been somewhere on my radar. In July, I attended a screening of "Self Medicated," and the light bulb flickered.
Design by Ethan Minsker and Un Lee.
Design by Ethan Minsker and Un Lee.
"Self Medicated," a 93-minute film directed by Minsker, demonstrates the ways in which art, within a supportive community, keeps the depression and isolation which plagues many artists at bay.
Interestingly, there are pockets in the world, including Quito, Ecuador, in which they are very well-known, and several days later Ethan and other members would set off to Australia to make art, show films, and connect with old and new compadres.
"An artist's life doesn't need to be a solitary life," said Minsker.
Antagonist Movement member Shannon Marie Daugherty in her Long Island City studio. Photo by Ethan Minsker.
Photo by Ethan Minsker.
Ethan Minsker's
Ethan Minsker's "Ghost Guns" installation has the titular objects moving in unpredictable directions, reflecting the randomness of being targeted and killed. Photo by Ethan Minsker.
Minsker's next project is "Ghost Guns," an installation that displays the ways that guns move randomly in any direction; it's dedicated to the friends he has lost.
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Antagonist co-founder Ethan Minsker, who screened his film "Self Medicated" at the gallery last June, agreed. "Howl! Happening is the real deal," he said.
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Everything you wanted to know about the independent films of Ethan H. Minsker, founder of Antagonist Movement.
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whitehot | January 2011, Interview with Ethan Minsker
Ethan Minsker
Kofi Forson in Conversation with Ethan Minsker: Punk as Art Impresario
On a given night you can find Ethan Minsker, a polished, handsomely bald, physically domineering figure, working behind the bar of Niagra. As an artist, writer, director and producer he founded The Antagonist Movement, a consortium of artists, writers and musicians based in the East Village of New York City. Its purpose is to create a venue for underground artists to reach a wider audience. Recent group shows have included This is Berlin, Not New York, Berlin, Germany, October 2007 and Behold the Antagonist Movement, Providence, Rhode Island, May-June 2008. Ethan Minsker is also Director of the Royal Fest, 1997-1999, a festival of films, bands and zines centered in the heart of the Lower East Side of New York. He's currently working on two memoirs, one based in Washington, D.C. and the other in New York.
Ethan Minsker: Well as an artist everything you do later in life definitely is influenced by your younger childhood.
Minsker: I'm doing a series of three books which are basically broken up into different time periods of my life.
Ethan Minsker: rooftop shoot, New York
Minsker: I had about nine or ten friends who were murdered from drug related violence or violence in general.
Minsker: In D.C. there's a whole variety of reasons why it was the murder rate capital of the world.
Minsker: I think in the art world now rebellion, uprising and violence would be related more so to street art.
Minsker: Punk rock in all the major cities around the world has something similar.
Minsker: The fashion element was more Vivian Westwood and Malcolm Mclaren.
Minsker: The structure of the Antagonist Movement basically is getting people to create art at all cost.
Minsker: There has been a bar on the corner of Avenue A and East 7 Street for more than 30 years. Niagara used to be called "The WaWa Hut", "Wallies" and "A7". When it was "A7", they had a small stage at the back of the bar where the "Bad Brains" and "The Minor Threats" had their first New York shows. Singer of "Murphy's Law", Jimmy G used to DJ when he was 14 years old.
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