All Talks :
Manifesto: A Moderate Proposal
Art Exhibition, Pitzer College Art Galleries, #100hardtruths-#fakenews Companion, January 2018.
Union Docs, Past Present Future
The Ongoing AIDS Epidemic in Four Documents, January 2018. Screening of We Care.
Smithsonian Institution, Archives of American Art
Visual Arts and the AIDS Epidemic. Interviewed December 2017 by Theodore Kerr. In 2015, the Archives of American Art received support from the Keith Haring Foundation to produce a series of in-depth oral history interviews with key witnesses to the AIDS epidemic and its impact on the visual art community. In selecting these narrators and their interviewers, the Archives worked with an advisory committee comprised of artists and advocates familiar with and active in the New York art community during the height of the AIDS epidemic. Subjects are primarily New York City-based.
AAA: The Anthropology of Media and Journalism in a Post-Truth Era
CUNY IT Conference: Digital media literacy in the face of fake news
The Broad, LA: “We Care”
Home Video: Media Art and AIDS, December 2017. Screening of We Care. Presented by Electronic Arts Intermix.
NYU, Art & Public Policy Class
Poetry workshop, #100hardtruths, November 2017.
CUNY, Queens College, Media Studies Colloquia
“#100hardtruths-#fakenews,” October 2017.
The East New York Film Festival
Guest speaker, August 2017.
Supper Club Dinner on AIDS
8th Floor Gallery, hosted by Sur Rodney Sur and Elia Alba; invited participant, August 2017.
Electronic Arts Intermix, Home Video
Media Response to HIV, July 2017. Screen We Care.
Concordia University, Keynote Address
From Fruit Machine to Perils of Pedagogy, Tom Waugh’s Graduation, June 2017.
Museum of the City of NY, AIDS at Home
AIDS at Home: Art and Everyday Activism examines how artists and activists have expanded the idea of caretaking and family and navigated the political stakes of domestic life in the face of the HIV/AIDS crisis, from the early 1980s to the present. From the earliest diagnoses, the HIV/AIDS epidemic has spurred New Yorkers to create new forms of social support, identify new legal battles, and explore new artistic terrain. The exhibition places paintings, photography, and film alongside archival objects from activist groups and support programs to uncover the private stories of HIV and AIDS and reconsider caretaking, community building, and making art as acts of resistance.
“We Care” (1990) included in show, 2017.
Radical Film Network
Chair for Keynote Presentation by Chuck Kleinhans, May 2017.
Digital EngAGEment: Media Literacy in 21st Century
Brooklyn College, May 2017. Presented on the #100hardtruths-#fakenews digital media literacy project.
La Guardia Community College, Keynote
News & Research in the Digital Age, May 2017. Presented on the #100hardtruths-#fakenews digital media literacy project.
Dartmouth University: Fake News in Perilous Times Panel
April 2017. Presented on #100hardtruths-#fakenews digital media literacy project.
Video Revival, Brooklyn
How Do We Take Care? Video screening with What Would an HIV Doula Do? Collective and WAVE, May 2017. Screen We Care.
Union Docs: Ocean of Lies
Propaganda, Deception and Fake News Panel, May 2017. Present on #100hardtruths-#fakenews digital media literacy project.
Columbia University: Sites of Cinema Seminar
April 2017. Present on the #100hardtruths-#fakenews digital media literacy project. Faye Ginsburg respondant.
SCMS: Collective Action in 2017
March 2017. Presented on #100hardtruths-#fakenews project.
Recess, NYC: FONI lab on fake news
Organized by Adam Lambert, March 2017. Presented on #100hardtruths-#fakenews digital media literacy project.
i-docs Presentation, American Interventions
The Fake News Poetry Workshop: March 2018.
Conference on Diversity, CUNY
Race and Racism through Fake News, March 2017.
Live Arts NYC: WAVE & What Would an HIV Doula Do?
Live Ideas Festival, March 2017. Screen We Care.
Brooklyn Museum, Year of Yes Advisory Dinner
Brooklyn College Teach-In Against Trump
61 Local Bar, February 2017. On feminist pedagogy against Trump.
New Museum, Brooklyn Museum, Studio Museum of Harlem: Compulsive Practice
For the 2016 Day With(out) Art, Visual AIDS presents COMPULSIVE PRACTICE, a video compilation of compulsive, daily, and habitual practices by nine artists and activists who live with their cameras as one way to manage, reflect upon, and change how they are deeply affected by HIV/AIDS. This hour-long video program will be distributed internationally to museums, art institutions, schools and AIDS organizations.
Compulsive Practice, December 2016. Screened at these venues, and many more, for Day With (out) Art, 2017.
La Mama, La Galleria: Everyday
Everyday Curator’s Walk-through, December 2016.
Everyday explores the AIDS crisis (historically and currently) through the lens of artwork that looks at and evidences daily experiences and practices in response to HIV/AIDS. Everyday is co-presented with Visual AIDS, a contemporary arts organization that utilizes art to fight AIDS by provoking dialogue, supporting HIV+ artists, and preserving a legacy, because AIDS is not over.
USC: Activism and Digital Media class presentation
November 2016. On #100hardtruths-#fakenews digital media literacy project.
CUNY Grad Center: CUNY DHI 2016
Slide-share, November 2016.
CUNY GC: New Approaches to Narratives of the AIDS Crisis Roundtable
Moderator, film screening, Deep Run. October 2016.
Topics: Documentary |
Smith College: Outfest on the Road
Filmmakers panel, September 2016. Screened The Watermelon Woman.
After Marriage, CLAGS: Who are the Stewards of the AIDS Archive?
“Who are the Stewards of the AIDS Archive?” With Ted Kerr, September 2016.
Black/Feminist/Lesbian/Queer/Trans* Cultural Production
Speaker and co-organizer. This symposium honors the 20th anniversary of Cheryl Dunye’s film, “The Watermelon Woman” (1996). The first feature film directed by and starring a black lesbian, the production of this film marked a watershed moment for black cinema, feminist cinema, lesbian cinema, and new queer cinema. Appearing in the heyday of what filmmaker and scholar Yvonne Welbon has called the “golden age” of black queer cinema, the film garnered widespread critical acclaim, and its success inspired many black lesbians to create their own films in the years following. Her latest release, “Black is Blue” (2014) is a critically acclaimed narrative short film that follows the life of a black transgender man in Oakland, California. Dunye continues to break ground through complex filmic representations of the intersections of race, gender, and sexuality. This symposium is both a moment of celebration and introspection: featuring presentations by scholars who draw on the interdisciplinary fields of feminist, lesbian, queer, and trans* studies in their critical approaches to black cultural production, but who also will engage “the tensions and contradictions that bind these approaches together.”
CUNY Grad Center: Affect Bleeds in Feminist Social Networks
September 2016. “Affect Bleeds in Feminist Social Networks.”
NYU: Culture and Media@30
“Producing Media Worlds” panelist, September 2016.
Visible Evidence: Teaching Documentary Workshop
Teaching Documentary Workshop. August 2016.
Berlinale: No Future Without a Past
Keynote Address, Women’s Intl. Film Network, 2016.
“Who decides what we will remember tomorrow?”
signal/noise: A FemTechNet Conference
Workshop leader, March 2016.
SCMS: Troubling Transgender Media
Panel Chair, March 2016. Troubling Transgender Media.
Scripps College: Scripps Presents
In conversation with Anita Sarkeesian, 2016.
Console-ing Passions: Making the New Materialisms Matter for Feminist Media Studies
“Ev-Ent-Anglement and Affect,” June 2015.
Cultural Studies Association: “The Distributed Online Collaborative Course (DOCC)”
“Toward an accessible, open, accountable, transformative and transforming feminist university of our dreams,” May 2015.
Encounters: Media Field: “AIDS Reruns”
“(Re)Encountering the Past in the Age of Ongoing,” Key-Note Address with Ted Kerr, April 2015.
SCMS: Storming Wikipedia
FemTechNet’s Distributed Pedagogy to Improve the Digital Cultural Archive; Trans Women’s Media Activism: Digital Interventions and HIV/AIDS. Workshop Participant, March 2015.
University of Arizona: Dis-Orienting AIDS Discourse Symposium
2015. “Being at Home with HIV.”
McGill: Affective Encounters Symposium
2015. Presented on “Ev-ent-anglement.”
University of Michigan: Contemporary Feminist Video Strategies Symposium
2015. Presented on “Ev-ent’anglement.”
USC: Dept. of American Studies & Ethnicity
“Ending AIDS,” 2015.
Visible Evidence: Cutting through the Noise of the Archived Self
December 2014. Presented on “Ev-ent-anglement.”
ASA: Doing Feminism
Event, Archive, Techne, respondent, November 2014.
MOCA Grand Avenue, LA
Day With(out) Art Screening and Panel, 2014.
USC: Media Arts & Practice Forum
Amherst College: “Archiving Amherst”
Queer Archive Practices, 2014.
International Alliance of Research Universities, National University of Singapore
FemTechNet and EdTech Horizons, 2014.
University of Edinburgh: Theorising Technology in Digital Higher Education
2014. Presenting on FemTechNet DOCC.
Utrecht University: To Perform a Theory of Feminist Digital Praxis
Summer 2014. Presenting on Ev-Ent-anglement.
Visual Culture: “Militant Research”
April 2014. Presenting on Online Feminist Spaces.
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