Projects Alexandra Juhasz has curated, programmed, or worked on collectively with others.
With Alisa Lebow. An online, community based manifesto. Not everything should be molded into a story. There are many ways to shape a documentary.
Community members interested in discussing questions, concerns and best practices about the use, preservation, digitization, and research of VHS collections currently held by organizations, scholars, artists, and activists.
Lost & Found: LA/NY
Curated by Katherine Cheairs, Alexandra Juhasz, Theodore Kerr, and Jawanza Williams, Lost & Found: LA/NY examines thirty years of inspiring and defiant safer sex and harm-reduction activism.
Fake News Poetry Workshops
Conversation, contemplation, community, and art about participants’ shared interpretations of the connections between social media, verification, and lived truth.
Online digital media literacy primer generating principles for each of the first 100 deceptive days of the current administration.
A monthly film series pertaining to the Borough. 2018-2019 features documentaries by CUNY faculty.
A primer on digital media literacy. Generating principles for each deceptive day, January 20, 2017 through April 29, 2017.
Visual AIDS Video Program, Day (With) Out Art, 2016.
Art show exploring the AIDS crisis through art and ephemera evidencing daily experiences & practices.
WATERMELON WOMAN @ 20
Organized six national curators who mounted a series of related video programs and art shows.
Collaborations in Feminism and Technology
DOIN’ IT IN PUBLIC
Feminism and Art at the Women’s Building, 2012.
Repurposing Social Media Spaces.