Feminist Perspectives on Julie Mehretu

Video (1:07:54): alongside the ‘Julie Mehretu’ retrospective at LACMA, California, USA, a programme was organised which among others featured a panel debate, where the participating black feminists were invited to discuss the exhibition and Julie Mehretu’s oevre as a visual activist.

Visionary Women Present Catherine Opie and Marilyn Minter

Video (58;37): artists Catherine Opie and Marilyn Minter in conversation with moderator Connie Butler at the Marciano Arts Foundation (2018) about their recent work, their careers, and the influence of feminism on their development as artists.

Visiting Professional – Dr Ope Lori (2016)

Video (14:18): excerpt from a lecture by visiting professional Dr. Ope Lori about her creative practice and work with gender stereotypes and the oppositinal gaze, Leeds Art University, UK, 2016.

LOOKING FOR JIRO ONUMA

LOOKING FOR JIRO ONUMA; part 1: history and research. LOOKING FOR JIRO ONUMA: Queer Perspectives on Wartime Incarceration, a lecture, artist talk and screening by Professor Tina Takemoto of the California College of the Arts (2014). LOOKING FOR JIRO ONUMA; part 2: artist talk, film screening and question & answer…

From an Etnographic Museum by Hannah Höch

Lecture about Hannah Höch by Alexandra Foradas recorded at The 20th Annual Spring Symposium of Williams College, 2015. Alexandra Foradas talks about ‘From an etnographic museum’, a series of 18 photomontages made in the period 1924-1931 by German artist Hannah Höch (1889 – 1978). About Hannah Höch Wikipedia writes about…

Agnes Martin: Innocence the Hard Way (2015)

Lecture by Nancy Princenthal at Tate Modern, 2015. On Wednesday 15th July 2015, Nancy Princenthal discussed American Painter Agnes Martin’s formative experiences, the development of her work, her spirituality and the range of lively non-mainstream art communities in which she lived. Nancy Princenthal, author of Agnes Martin: Her Art and…

Leslie-Lohman Museum’s Speakers Series

Press release (excerpt) from Leslie-Lohman’s Weekly eDigest We are proud to announce the upcoming schedule of events for the 2015-2016 the Leslie-Lohman Speakers Series. This ongoing series of lectures will focus on creating an environment and opportunity for studio based artists to interact with a public audience of diverse backgrounds,…

Civil Partnerships? Queer and Feminist Curating: Conference Video Recordings (2012)

Civil Partnerships? Queer and feminist curating at Tate Modern, London, 2012 – Part 1: Welcome and Maura Reilly, Toward a Curatorial Activism. Civil Partnerships? Queer and feminist curating – Part 2: Panel One, Queer Visual Strategies. FAG: Feminist Art Gallery, Toronto, Allyson Mitchell and Deirdre Logue CAN’T/WON’T, Lisa Metherell, Queer…

London: A Lecture and a New Monograph about Agnes Martin

Agnes Martin: Innocence the Hard Way Lecture by Nancy Princenthal Tate Modern, Starr Auditorium, London, UK Wednesday July 15, 2015, 18.30 – 20.00 Nancy Princenthal discusses abstract painter (and lesbian) Agnes Martin’s formative experiences, the development of her work, and the range of lively non-mainstream art communities in which she…

Catherine Lord “Ink on Paper” Lecture

Catherine Lord gave her “Ink on Paper” lecture on April 20, 2015. Catherine Lord is an artist, writer, and curator whose work addresses issues of queer theory, feminism and colonialism. With Richard Meyer, she is the author of the survey history “Art and Queer Culture”. Catherine Lord is an Emerita…

Trina Robbins at the San Francisco Public Library

Lecture by Trina Robbins. Video published by San Fracisco Public Library. Pretty in Ink: North American Women Cartoonists 1896-2013, curated by cartoonist and historian Trina Robbins, who has written a book of the same name, showcases mostly little-known artwork from the 1800s through the present day. Pretty in Ink with…