Anchorage, AK. 2008
Collaboration as an Artistic Practice Workshop
Oral History Association Annual Meeting:
A Convergence of Interests:
Oral History in the Digital Age.
Presented the paper: Trappings: A Multi-Media Interview-Based Artwork That Explores Power and Identity.
New York University
New York, NY. 2007
Engaging New Audiences in Art and Feminist Dialogue, International Symposium on the Arts in Society
Panel Presentation, Moore College of Art
Philadelphia, PA. 2005
Brian Wallace invited Two Girls Working to be a part of the panel
Public Discussion on Community-based Art Projects.
Santa Fe Art Institute "Clothesline 05, Artist Lecture
& Workshop Series"
Santa Fe, NM. 2005
Two Girls Working will kick off a week long workshop conducted with
Martha Wilson with a public lecture about Trappings.
Art Association's 92nd Annual Conference
Seattle WA. 2004
Panelist to co-present the paper "Trappings: Stories of Women,
Power and Clothing" at the Third Waves: Contemporary Feminism/Contemporary
Art panel for Two Girls Working.
Feminism and Social Action Conference
New Paltz NY. 2003
Co-present a workshop presentation during the conference at SUNY
New Platz, for Two Girls Working.
the Immaterial: A Conference on Variable
Media, Guggenheim Museum
New York NY. 2001
A respondent on the "Performative Artworks" panel at the
public conference. Attended two daylong workshops to discuss the
issues of impermanence in archival practice on Performance Art and
New York, NY. 1999
Selected participant. 200 emerging artists nominated by accomplished
artists to participate in a one-day conference sponsored by the
Downtown Arts Project. Participating artists were chosen for being
under 30 and having produced a significant body of work.
New York, NY. 1999
Invited participant in the New York Region Conference. A one-day
think tank of arts administrators under thirty. Fellow participants
included representation from the Whitney Museum of American Art,
the Center for Photography at Woodstock, the Bronx Council of the
Arts, Creative Capital, the Noguchi Museum, and Real Art Ways.