CONFERENCES & INVITED LECTURES

July 2016 The Museum of Modern Art, New York

Moderator: The New Virtual Reality

April 2016 The Museum of Modern Art, New York

Moderator: Abecedarium for Items: Is Fashion Modern?

February 2016 College Art Association Annual Conference, Washington D.C.

Paper: Nothing is Transmissible but Thought: Le Corbusier’s Radiant Farm Made Real

Session: Modes of Architectural Translation

February 2016 Harvard x Design Conference, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, MA

Moderator: Design for Health panel

December 2015 13th Annual CUNY IT Conference, John Jay College, New York, NY.

Paper: From Blog Posts to a Peer-Reviewed Journal: Art History Pedagogy and Practice

October 2015 South Eastern College Art Conference (SECAC),Pittsburgh, PA

Paper: Augmenting Janson: Ditching the required text and embracing a free multimedia textbook for the art history survey

Session: Surveying the Survey: Assignments, Pedagogy, and Practices

September 2015 Digital Humanities Seminar, Baruch College, NY

Invited Lecture: The Digital Humanities and the Museum

September 2015 Better World By Design Conference, Brown University, RI

Invited Speaker: “Creating Democratic Change” and “Media Creation and Change” panels

May 2015 Bernard L. Schwartz Communication Institute Annual Conference, Baruch College, NY

Discussant: Teaching with Design Thinking

April 2015 Undergraduate Design Survey, Parsons The New School for Design, New York, NY

Invited lecture: New Directions in Contemporary Design

February 2015 College Art Association Annual Conference, New York, NY

Paper: Building Community/Valuing Academic Labor: Art History Teaching Resources (AHTR)

May 2014 Graduate Seminar in Pedagogy, The Graduate Center, CUNY, NY

Invited lecture: Backwards Design and Lesson Planning for the Art History Survey

April 2014 Society of Architectural Historians Annual Conference, Austin, TX

Lightening Talk: Nothing is Transmissible but Thought: Le Corbusier’s Radiant Farm Made Real

March 2014 “New Thinking” California Design Colloquium, UC Berkeley, CA

Invited presenter: The FSA Migrant Labor Camps and Le Corbusier’s Ville Radieuse

March 2014 Open Educational Resources Panel Discussion, the CUNY Graduate Center, NY

Invited presenter: arthistoryteachingresources.org

February 2014 Annual College Art Association Conference (CAA), Chicago, IL

Project Manager: CAA 2014 THATCamp

December 2013 12th Annual CUNY IT Conference, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, NY

Paper: “The Pleasure and Perils of Creating an Open Educational Resource”

November 2013 Mid-Atlantic Popular & American Culture Association Annual Conference, NJ

Paper: Le Corbusier’s Radiant City in Diaspora

October 2013 Bernard L. Schwartz Communication Institute Faculty Roundtable, Baruch College, NY

Presentation: Teaching with Images

September 2013 Seminar in Pedagogy, The Graduate Center, CUNY, NY

Invited lecture: Becoming a University Lecturer: Teaching Tools and Tips

February 2013 Annual College Art Association Conference (CAA), NY

Poster Session: Art History Teaching Resources

September 2012 European Science Foundation Research Conference on Children’s Literature and the European Avant-Garde, Norrköping, Sweden

Poster session: Bauhaus Toy Design (Selected but unable to attend)

June 2012 The Space Between: Literature and Culture 1914-1945, Brown Uni., Providence, RI

Paper: Work becomes Play: Reconsidering the Bauhaus Legacy through Toy Design. (Declined)

March 2012 Teaching and Technology Conference, Baruch College, CUNY

Paper: Survey Art History & the NYC Museum.

February 2012 Art and the Mind: Neuroaesthetics, Phenomenology, and the Experience of Vision, University of Southern California (USC), LA

Paper: Ferocious Fighting Men: A Phenomenological Reading of the Berserker Chessmen.

November 2011 Southeastern College Art Conference (SECAC), Savannah, GA

Paper: Artist-educators and the Pedagogic Turn. Panel: The Museum as Subject.

October 2011 Gridlock: A Graduate Student Conference, Stony Brook University Depart. of Cultural Analysis and Theory

Paper: Whose Radical Practice? Unlocking the History of Artist-Educators and the Recent Pedagogical Turn in Contemporary Art.

April 2011 Academic Networks Night, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NY

Discussant: Academic Paths in the Arts.

March 2011 The Now Museum Graduate Student Symposium, The New Museum, NY

Paper: When is an artist not an artist? Artists, Museum Education, and Hierarchies of Contemporaneity.

October 2010 Ruth and Harold Chenven Foundation Awards

Member of Judging Committee: 2010 Artists Awards.

Spring 2010 Research without Borders lecture series, Baruch College, NY

Invited lecture: Relational Aesthetics.

October 2008 Gilbert & George Community Conversation, Brooklyn Museum, NY

Roundtable participant.

CONFERENCES: CONFERENCE/SESSION CHAIR

February 2017 College Art Association Annual Conference, New York, NY

Panel Chair: State of the Art (History): Pedagogy Laboratory

May 2016 Experiential Learning Opportunities Symposium, Guttman Community College, NY

Panel co-chair: Refining Pedagogies of Engagement in Experiential Education.

February 2014 College Art Association THATCamp (The Humanities and Technology Camp)

Conference co-organizer.

November 2012 CUNY Annual Information Technology Conference, CUNY John Jay College, NY

Panel Chair: Building and Collaborating: Case Studies in Digital Scholarship.

Fall 2012 ArtHistoryTeachingResources.org Master Teacher Workshop Series, The CUNY Graduate Center, NY

Chair and Organizer for the following invited lectures:

“Teaching Contemporary Art,” Andrew Capetta, Lecturer, Parsons The New School For Design

“What is a Learning Community?” Maya Jiménez, Assistant Professor of Art History, and Cheryl Hogue Smith, Associate Professor of English, Kingsborough Community College, CUNY

“Teaching Japanese Art,” Joseph Loh, Managing Museum Educator, Metropolitan Museum of Art

“Teaching African Art,” Genevieve Hyacinthe, Assistant Professor of Art History, SUNY Purchase

“Teaching Korean Art,” Soyoung Lee, Associate Curator, Asian Art Department, Metropolitan Museum of Art

“Creating Meaningful Museum Response Assignments,” Karen Shelby, Assistant Professor of Art History, Baruch College

October 2012 Annual Southeastern College Art Conference (SECAC), Durham, NC

Panel Chair: “The Museum and the Survey Art History Requirement.”

June 2012 Communicating the Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY

Panel Chair: “Art & Luxury Brands: Creative Partnerships”

April 2011 Reconsidering Historiography 1900-1960, Art History Graduate Student Symposium, The CUNY Graduate Center, NY

Conference Organizer and Chair.

NYC Museum Education Roundtable Conference 2008, Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY

Panel Co-chair: Marketing Education in Museums.