2016 Calendar

In Terms Of attended the following events during calendar year 2016.

November 30

A Conversation with Grace Coddington and Phyllis Posnick, Museum of Modern Art, MoMA Bartos Theater, New York, NY.

November 20

The Architecture of Arts Education, Alternative Art School Fair, Pioneer Works, North Hall, Brooklyn, NY.

November 19

Self-Governance as Pedagogy: Of Other Spaces, Alternative Art School Fair, Pioneer Works, Classroom, Brooklyn, NY.

The Social Arts Education, Alternative Art School Fair, Pioneer Works, 2nd Floor Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.

The Price of Education, Alternative Art School Fair, Pioneer Works, 2nd Floor Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.

Imagining a School: Building Space for Creative Liberation, Alternative Art School Fair, Pioneer Works, North Hall, Brooklyn, NY.

October 28

Gimme Danger Q&A with Iggy Pop and Jim Jarmusch, Film Society of Lincoln Center, New York, NY.

October 22

Suzaan Boettger, Dennis Oppenheim: Recollections and Reflections on His Work in the Great Terrestrial Studio, Storm King Art Center, Museum Building, New Windsor, NY.

October 20

Bruce Hainley: Inappropriate Opinions, School of Visual Arts, MFA Art Writing, 132 West 21st Street, New York, NY.

October 14

Publishing Art History Digitally: The Present and Future, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, James B. Duke House, New York, NY.

September 18

Meeting through Modesty, New York University, Einstein Auditorium, Barney Building, New York, NY.

June 19

The Legacy of Arturo Vega, Art Director of the Ramones, Queens Museum, New York City Building, Queens Museum Theater, Flushing Meadows Corona Park, NY.

June 7

Fashion Culture: Pierre Hardy in Conversation with Colleen Hill, Fashion Institute of Technology, State University of New York, Katie Murphy Amphitheatre, Pomerantz Art and Design Center, New York, NY.

May 15

Is Fashion Modern? A Salon, Museum of Modern Art, MoMA Bartos Theater, New York, NY.

April 20

Sign/De/Sign, Totah, New York, NY.

April 7

Nancy Troy: The Mondrian Brand, 42nd Annual Conference, Association of Art Historians, George Square Lecture Theatre, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

March 31

Fairy Tale Imagery: Natalie Frank and Kirsty Mitchell in Conversation with Colleen Hill, Fashion Institute of Technology, State University of New York, John E. Reeves Great Hall, New York, NY.

March 25

And we kissed, as though nothing could fall: David Bowie’s Berlin Trilogy, Deutsche Haus, New York University, New York, NY.

February 29

Isa Genzken in Conversation with Randy Kennedy, Daniel Buchholz, and Nicholas Baume, Public Art Fund Talk at the New School, 66 West 12th Street Auditorium, New York, NY.

February 23

Cultures of Conservation “Keyword” Panel: Minimalist, Postminimalist, and Conceptual Art, Bard Graduate Center, Lecture Hall, New York, NY.

February 18

Who Owns Digital Social Memory?, Rhizome, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New Museum Theater, New York, NY.

February 9

Jill Magid, School of Visual Arts, 133/141 West 21st Street, Room 101C, New York, NY.

February 6

Copy That: Painted Replicas and Repetitions before the Age of Appropriation, College Art Association, 104th Annual Conference, Marriott Wardman Park, Delaware Suite A, Washington, DC.

An Art History of the Archive? Part Two, College Art Association, 104th Annual Conference, Marriott Wardman Park, Virginia Suite, Washington, DC.

February 5

Putting the Fair Use Code to Work: Case Studies from Year One, College Art Association, 104th Annual Conference, Marriott Wardman Park, Delaware Suite B, Washington, DC.

January 28

Walkthrough of Louise Despont: Energy Scaffolds and Information Architecture, Drawing Center, New York, NY.

January 21

Objects (Still) Matter: A Forum on Curating beyond Fine Arts, CP Projects Space, School of Visual Arts, 132 West 21st Street, 10th Floor, New York, NY.

January 12

Art Talk: Sharon Butler, Trestle Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.

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