On February 28, in Boston, a panel discussion with David Joselit, Elisabeth Sussman, Haim Steinbach, Helen Molesworth, and Barbara Lee on This Will Have Been: Art, Love, & Politics in the 1980s at the ICA.
On December 2 in NYC, a keynote address by Claire Bishop at “Critical Information”, a conference hosted by the School of Visual Arts MFA in Art Criticism & Writing.
CFP for OCAD University Graduate Conference “TOO SOON: The Contemporary As Method.” March 14-15, 2013, in Toronto, ON. Submissions due by 5:00 pm on Friday, November 30th.
On November 29 in Boston, a lecture by Dr. Stephen Little, “The Strange Tale of the Richard Lane Collection”
FRAMING AMERICAN ART Six leading scholars in the field of American Art History present their current research, discuss their methodologies, and interrogate the state of the field. November 10, 20102 Taylor 203 Vassar College Poughkeepsie, NY Program 10:00 Welcome & Introductory Remarks 10:20 ERIKA DOSS, Professor of American Studies, University of Notre Dame Memorial Mania: [...]
On October 17 in NYC, a Curator’s Perspective talk with Chus Martinez, dOCUMENTA (13) Head of Department, member of Core Agent Group, and associate curator at the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art. Co-sponsored by Independent Curators International, at CUNY Humanities Center.
On October 11 in NYC, Wayne Koestenbaum, John Yau, and Megan Volpert reflect on the Metropolitan Museum exhibition “Regarding Warhol: Sixty Artists, Fifty Years,” and Andy Warhol’s influence on the literary arts, at the CUNY Center for the Humanities.
On October 10 in NYC, Hito Steyerl and Nora Alter discuss “The Essay Film” at CUNY Center for the Humanities.
Boston University’s Institute for Philosophy & Religion 2012-2013 Lecture Series, “Beyond Aesthetics: Philosophical and Theological Construals of Art,” presents “Rethinking Religion and Art” Nicholas Wolterstorff, Noah Porter Professor Emeritus of Philosophical Theology, Yale University Wednesday, October 3, 5:00 p.m. Boston University School of Law, Barristers Hall 765 Commonwealth Avenue, First Floor Campus map: http://www.bu.edu/maps/?id=1091
On October 6 in Philadelphia, Walead Beshty discusses his new work on counterfeiting.
On Thursday, October 18 at 6pm, Irving Sandler will present “From the Avant-Garde to the Post Avant-Garde” at Tyler School of Art.
On Wednesday, October 3, Tyler School of Art will host a lecture by Anthony Huberman, a distinguished curator based in New York.
From July 27 in NYC, Alison Klayman’s documentary “Ai WeiWei: Never Sorry” at the IFC Center. Director Alison Klayman in person on Fri-Sat, July 27-28 at 7:20 & 9:20, Sun July 29 at 3:15 & 5:15.
On July 28 in Ridgefield, CT, a “fair for knowledge” on “American Fauna” presented by Cabinet Magazine.
On July 26 & July 27 in Boston, a performance of Merce Cunningham’s How to Pass, Kick, Fall, and Run, with artist Q&A to follow.
On April 24, in Cambridge, MA, “Drawing Lesson Six: ANTI-ENTROPY,” by William Kentridge.
On April 16, in Cambridge, MA, “Drawing Lesson Five: IN PRAISE OF MISTRANSLATION,” by William Kentridge.
On April 10, in Cambridge, MA, “Drawing Lesson Four: PRACTICAL EPISTEMOLOGY: LIFE IN THE STUDIO,” by William Kentridge.
On April 3, in Cambridge, MA, “Drawing Lesson Three: VERTICAL THINKING: A JOHANNESBURG BIOGRAPHY,” by William Kentridge.
On March 27, in Cambridge, MA, “Drawing Lesson Two: A BRIEF HISTORY OF COLONIAL REVOLTS,” by William Kentridge.