Photo by Wayne Bund

Photo by Wayne Bund

ANTHONY HUDSON (Grand Ronde) is a multidisciplinary artist, writer, performer, and filmmaker. Anthony lives in Portland, OR among lush greenery, sprawling gentrification, and a not-mutually-exclusive fear of bridges and earthquakes. Anthony is perhaps best known as Portland’s premier drag clown CARLA ROSSI, an immortal trickster whose attempts at realness almost always result in fantastic failure.

Anthony & Carla have been featured at Seattle PrideFest, the Risk/Reward Festival, Pepper Pepper's Critical Mascara for TBA (PICA), the Cascade AIDS Project Art Auction, and Conduit Dance's DANCE+ Festival, along with hosting a veritable buffet of monthly nightlife events where s/he has performed alongside drag legends like Coco Peru, Christeene, Lady Bunny, Peaches Christ, and many more, since 2010.

Anthony & Carla host and program their film series QUEER HORROR - the only regular LGBTQ horror screening series in the country - bimonthly at the historic Hollywood Theatre, and in 2016 they premiered the third one-woman-ish show LOOKING FOR TIGER LILY with support from the Regional Arts & Culture Council. Asking what it means for a mixed-race millennial to experience their heritage via white pop culture like "Peter Pan," "Pocahontas," and pop singles, TIGER LILY was featured on OPB and individually profiled by the Portland Mercury, Portland Monthly, Willamette Week, the Portland Tribune, and Oregon ArtsWatch, and is soon to premiere at Dartmouth College. Anthony's first theatrical play, the follow-up STILL LOOKING FOR TIGER LILY, is in development with Artists Repertory Theatre.

In 2018, Anthony was announced as one of the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation's National Artist Fellows in Artistic Innovation.

Anthony can be heard regularly on the FEMMESPLAINING podcast with Honey LeFleur, and on the radio show QUEENS OF HOLLYWOOD with Elizabeth Teets.

Anthony is represented by Andre Bouchard at Walrus Arts Management.