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Lectures / Symposiums / Panels / Exhibitions

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2010 Guest Curator: Alan B. Stone and the Senses of Place Exhibition, International Center of Photography, New York, (January 29 - May 9, 2010)

2009 Panelist, Creative Dialogue: Outcast & Society, University of Maryland
(November 2009).

Guest curator: Dear Friends: Amerikanska fotografier av män tillsammans,
1840–1918 (Kulturhuset Museum Stockholm, March 21-May 20, 2009).

Visiting speaker: “The Viewer as Subject,” Theoretical Program, Fotográfica
Bogotá (May 2009), Colombia.

2008 Panelist: Disfarmer in the World, Voices on at St. Ann’s Warehouse, Brooklyn,
NY.

Panelist: "Public/Private: Community in the Digital Era," in symposium, What
is Real? Photography and the Politics of Truth, Interrnational Center of
Photography at the Times Center, New York.

Guest Curator: Alan B. Stone (1928-1992) and the Senses of Place Exhibition
(San Francisco Camerawork), June 2008.

2005  Participant: “Part Object Part Sculpture” Symposium (Columbus, Ohio, Wexner Center for the Arts, November 2005.

2003 Visiting lecturer: Brown University, Providence, RI, “Dear Friends.”

Visiting lecturer: Rhode Island College, Providence, RI, “Dear Friends.”

2001 Visiting lecturer: Université de Québec à Montréal, “Dear Friends” (benefit for Les Archives gaies du Québec.

Visiting lecturer: The Advocate Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, “Dear Friends.”

Featured guest: All in a Weekend with Shelley Pomerance, CBC Radio, Montreal.

2000 Visiting lecturer: Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College: “The Film Art of Isaac Julien.”

Visiting lecturer: Tyler School of Art, Elkins Park, PA: “The State of (My) Criticism.”

1999 Participant: David Wojnarowicz symposium, Fales Library, New York University: “On Remembering—but not at the Cost of Forgetting: A David Wojnarowicz Symposium?”

1998 Visiting lecturer, Williams College: “The Names Project AIDS Memorial Quilt in Context.”

1996 Moderator: “In/Exclusivity: Culture and Community in the Sexual Minorities Movement,” The Brew House, Pittsburgh, PA.

Participant: “Alternative: Not a Destination,” symposium accompanying exhibition, “Cultural Economies: Histories from the Alternative Arts Movement, NYC,” curator Julie Ault, The Drawing Center, New York: “Death and the Marketplace.”

1995 Participant: symposium accompanying Ross Bleckner and Felix Gonzalez-Torres exhibitions, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York.

Visiting Critic: Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh.

1994 Participant: “Masculinity and Photography,” Brian Wallis moderator, National Graduate Seminar, American Photography Institute, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University.

“The Everyday Art of Felix Gonzalez-Torres.” Public lecture at the Hirshhorn Museum in conjunction with Felix Gonzalez-Torres: Traveling, Amada Cruz, Ann Goldstein, curators.

1993 Guest Lecture: Barnard College, “The Gay Agenda.”

Visiting Critic: MFA in Visual Art Program, Vermont College, Montpelier.

Visiting Critic: Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, Penn.

1992 Participant: “Sites of Criticism,” symposium co-sponsored by the New Museum of Contemporary Art and ACME Journal.

Guest Lecture: Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, “Unsentimental Education: Training the Late Modern Artist.”

1991 Visiting Critic: Association Francaise d’Action Artistique, Paris, Clisson, Bordeaux and Nice, sponsored by the French Ministry of Cultural Affairs.

Guest Lecturer: U.C.L.A., “Art in the Context of AIDS.”
1980-90 1990-00 2000-
1990 Panelist: “The Power of the Art Critic,” organized by Art in America, Chicago Art Expo.

Panelist: “The Canon: Issues of Inclusion, Exclusion and Dissolution,” organized in conjunction with The Decade Show by The New Museum of Contemporary Art, The Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, and The Studio Museum of Harlem.

Guest Lecturer: Art Center School of Design, Pasadena, CA.

Guest Lecturer: Otis/Parsons School of Design, Los Angeles, Ca.

Guest Lecturer: California Institute of Art, Valencia, Ca.

Guest Lecturer: Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.

1989 Panelist: “Andy Warhol in Context,” College Art Association Annual Conference, San Francisco. “The Handmade Readymade.”

1987 Guest Lecturer: “The Expressionist `Impulse,’” The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

1986 Panelist: “Is History Just Another Lost Cause?” The New Museum of             Contemporary Art, in conjunction with the exhibition The Art of Memory/The Loss of History.

1985 Keynote Speaker: “History, Reminiscence and Conversation: New Perspectives on Teaching Art,” Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, “From Memory to the Obstruction of History: Teaching the Modern Artist.”

1982, 83 Guest Lecturer: New York University: “Roy Lichtenstein’s Expressionist ‘Takes’” and “Pop Art and Postmodernism.”

1982 Fellow: Swann Foundation for Cartoon and Caricature.

1981 Guest Lecturer: Metropolitan Museum of Art: “Manet’s Bar at the Folies Bergère.”

1980 Participant: The Frick Symposium: “The Perils of Revisionism or: How We Came to See the Art of Pinkney Marcius-Simons.”
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