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Shane Bugbee was born on 9 November, 1968 in Lubbock, Texas, United States, is an Artist. Discover Shane Bugbee’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 52 years old?
|Age||52 years old|
|Born||9 November 1968|
|Birthplace||Lubbock, Texas, United States|
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Shane Bugbee Height, Weight & Measurements
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Who Is Shane Bugbee’s Wife?
His wife is Amy Bugbee(m. 1996, divorced)
|Wife||Amy Bugbee(m. 1996, divorced)|
Shane Bugbee Net Worth
His net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Shane Bugbee worth at the age of 52 years old? Shane Bugbee’s income source is mostly from being a successful Artist. He is from United States. We have estimated Shane Bugbee’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2022||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2022||Pending|
|Salary in 2022||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Artist|
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Timeline of Shane Bugbee
In October 2015, Bugbee with fellow artist and friend Dave Archer, did a show at AFRU Gallery in Portland, the exhibit titled “Black Magic House Blessings and Fukushima Death Curses” featuring his sculptures and Dave Archer’s wood burnings. It received favorable reviews in local press. In 2018, he started a new Podcast entitled “Love, Loss, and Despair”, addressing among other things his recent divorce, the publishing of Might is Right, his first encounters and meeting with Katja Lane wife of White Nationalist David Lane, the failure of “A Year at The Wheel” to lock-in a final edit, his rivalry with artist Steven Johnson Leyba, and his admission into the Church of Satan.
Additionally in 2014, he and a partner developed a concept for an underground news show called “Counterculture” with Natalia Garcia that was pitched to Showtime and other networks although the project was not picked up. Natalia Garcia later left to continue working on her series Polyamory. The pilot included a tour of the Ku Klux Klan Museum, interviews with Charles Manson’s wife ‘Star’ as she planted trees for ATWA, and Frank Kozik, as well as and interview with Karla LaVey. The pitch was to follow three topics and show both left and right, along with the decay of American culture including interviews with Chicago Occupy Wallstreet protestors.
In 2013, Bugbee spoke at Harvard University about his book and movie The Suffering and Celebration of Life In America.
Starting in 2011, Bugbee was a member of the Center for Healing Spiritual and Cultic Abuse, an anti-cult lobbying group and served as an advisor for Satanic Cults. The advisory board featured Doug Mesner and Michael Shermer of skeptic magazine. Starting in 2012, he organized as festival called WTF Fest, the tour, which appeared in 5 cities included poet and revolutionary John Sinclair, Star Trek artist Dave Archer, known for painting with a million volt Tesla Coil, scream queen Ruby LaRocca, and Dave Densmore a poet and commercial fisherman. The show included additional musical guests. it received mixed reviews.
Jody Picoult’s 2010 bestseller House Rules begins with discussion about Bugbee and the cookbook he put out with serial killer Dorothea Puente.
Bugbee talked to many along the way from small town workers to Timothy Wyllie of the Process Church of the Final Judgment settled in a small beach town in 2008 in the southeast corner of Washington state after the road trip. Shortly after arriving he began using sculpture as a medium of expression, producing dozens of works which have been exhibited in various shows. He was interviewed about his art in ArtSync magazine in 2011. He interviewed Dagon from the black metal band Inquisition. and Nergal from Behemoth on the nature of Christianity and Catholicism in Poland. he also interviewed Portland Artist Jesse Reno on art, dangerous art, censorship, and how one would define art.
Bugbee turned his attention to environmental and political concerns with the Angry White Male tour. The tour was received with mixed reviews, and led to the creation of The Northwest Club Coalition chaired by author Cristien Storm and supported by North Atlantic Books to fight against the White Nationalist the tour was drawing. Bugbee was a winner in the Willie Nelson peaceful solution video contest. From Nov. 4 2007 until Nov. 5, 2008 Bugbee embarked on a year long road trip called A Year At The Wheel covering art, politics, religion and revolution which culminated into a book and documentary release.
Starting in 2001, he organized and extensively promoted a new tour entitled “The Angry White Male” tour. featuring not only Mike Dianna, but controversial zine writer Jim Goad and decorated with confederate flags.
Bugbee has been profiled in The Chicago Reader and Spin Magazine (September 2001) during the underground publishing boom. Bugbee was featured on the cover of The Chicago Reader; the feature was titled “Shocks to the System”.
Bugbee started his career as a zinester in 1986 establishing Michael Hunt Publishing, he began publishing cartoonist Mike Diana during his obscenity trial in his zine Naked Aggression. He was a strong supporter of Diana, and acted as his publisher and manager for nearly a decade. Bugbee hosted Diana’s first solo art show at Goat Gallery in Chicago in Dec. 1994. In 1992 Bugbee became an agent of Serial Killer John Wayne Gacy art, eventually publishing Gacy’s bio “A Question of Doubt”. Bugbee met his now ex-wife Amy in 1994 at the Goat Gallery, and the two married in 1996.
Bugbee has been a guest on Court TV with Nancy Grace. He appeared on E! True Hollywood Story regarding Dana Plato. A full chapter from the book ART THAT KILLS by George Petros is dedicated to Bugbee. The book covers the Transgressive Art Movement from 1984-2000.
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