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BACAF is looking to connect with former employees, photographers, contributors, models, artists or anyone involved in producing Blueboy® during the 1970s thru 1980s.

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Miss Tiger
 
Blueboy Archives & Cultural Arts Foundation
President, Executive Director
Blueboy 2020
Editor-in-Chief

Miss Tiger's work as a lifestyle writer, celebrity interviewer and Sirius XM Radio host explores media as it intersects with performance of gender, sexuality, aesthetics, queer theory and visual memory.  Her research work explores the synchronic spoken, informal, performed and traditional forms of expressed culture within various LGBTQ taxonomies.  

As BACAF founder, Miss Tiger and her team historically contextualize, preserve and archive Blueboy® in addition to other vintage, LGBTQ periodicals and media objects that are in danger of being lost.

 

Blueboy® 2020 debuts in September 2020 as an annual publication.  It is the magazine's first issue in over a decade.  As Editor-in-Chief, Miss Tiger directs an international team of contributors to reimagine Blueboy® for a diverse and multigenerational audience; showcasing lifestyle and news features, social commentary, essays, fashion editorials and art. And of course ... staying true to the original concept of Blueboy, 2020 will feature nudity.

 

Miss Tiger is a graduate of

New York University with a Bachelor of Science in Media, Culture and Communication.

 

She resides in West Hollywood.  

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Z. Ingram
Blueboy Archives & Cultural Arts Foundation
Vice President

Z. Ingram's research uses ethnographic approaches to better understand linguistic constructions, more specifically how varying spaces determine what language is used in spaces within various LGBTQ communities.

Her work with BACAF is to distinguish various methods of looking to the past to discover how it affects the present and predicts the future.  By archiving LGBTQ historical documents, she will encourage the team to utilize their findings to better understand the spaces we live in today.

Z. graduated from New York University and is currently pursuing a PhD in Sociolinguistic Anthropology.

Previous research projects include, Put the Needle on the Record, an exploration of homophobic language in Hip Hop music and The Celluloid Closet in Technicolor, a documentary examining how queer people of color feel about representation in film and television.

Z lives in New York City.