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“I am experimental art, a legal alien, alienated outlaw, simply weird & extremely complicated.”

Pinki PicPinki Tuscaderro (aka Rachel Gill) is a lifelong devotee to the arts. To date she has published several works of poetry, music, film, photography, paintings, drawings and more both online as well as in traditional print mediums.

Currently, Pinki attends Linfield College where she is an undergraduate studying toward earning a bachelor of science in social and behavioral sciences. She is a contributing writer to Eyes and Ears, A Mental Health Consumer/Survivor Newsletter, the Spokane tribal community newspaper Rawhide Press , The Stump, an editorial blog on The Oregonian’s website, and posts regularly on her blog page.

Last but not least, Pinki is both a proud member of the board of directors at Empowerment Initiatives, a non-profit mental health peer delivered services provider and the Spokane Tribe of Indians, Children of the Sun.

Long-term academic goals include attending graduate school to earn a Ph.D. in clinical psychology, respectively, emphasizing:

· dialectical behavior therapy
· suicide prevention/crisis intervention
· scientific research for advancing evidence based psychotherapies
· dialectical behavior therapy for Native American communities
· mental health law (civil commitment, crime, police policy/procedure)
· medicaid/community mental health policy reform

Music Manifesto:

Pinki’s Current interests/experiments in music concentrate on electronic synthesis, musical data format structure, MIDI/VST integration, step sequencing, storage, and conversion in studio/live/and multi-media production environments, writing/recording/producing/promoting her original music.

The music from her latest CD entitled It is Only a Machine is available for download on iTunes. Listen to full-length songs via streaming audio at including those from the latest CD, outtakes, cover songs, and works in progress that are in development for her upcoming CD Pseudosymmetry anticipated for release in summer, 2013 .

Current and future community service and advocacy work focuses on reducing stigma against mental disorders, homelessness, sexual and ethnic minorities; increasing state and federal governments honoring American Indian rights; and generally building a sense of art & music community by encouraging, promoting, participating, collaborating, experimenting, across all art forms, social contexts, cultural traditions both locally and abroad.


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