Natty Cinema
Gem Restaurant, April 2018 - Ongoing
A monthly cinema event pairing natty, organic and biodynamic wine with their cinematic partner in crime.

A Collective History of Living Cinema: Exhibiting Film In An Evolving Manhattan

2016. Annandale-on-Hudson, NY.
A working history sourced from original interviews and archive materials of The Collective for Living Cinema, a film exhibition venue located in downtown Manhattan from 1972–1991 . 

An Open Letter on Female Participation 

2016. Annandale-on-Hudson, NY.

Interference Archive, November 4 & 5, 2016
Description: Joanie 4 Jackie was a video chainletter active in the mid-90's to mid-00's founded by Miranda July. The project was an alternative distribution system for women moviemakers. Every woman who sent her short film or video to Joanie 4 Jackie received a chainletter tape in the mail. On Nov 4th we will have a special screening of an entire mixtape. And on Nov 5th we will host a discussion with various Joanie 4 Jackie "community" members who can speak, first hand, to what that experience was like, and what it meant for feminist media production. Featured in DNA: 12 Things To Do in Your Brooklyn Neighborhoods This Weekend

Joanie4Jackie Bard
Bard College, May 2016  
Description: A web-space inspired by the Joanie4Jackie project for the women filmmakers of Bard College, current and past to view each others work.

Joanie4Jackie Presents: Mary Billyou
Bard College, April 8, 2016
Description: A night of films from Joanie4Jackie filmmaker Mary Billyou.

Joanie4Jackie Presents: Vanessa Renwick
Bard College, October 7, 2015
Description: A night of films from Joanie4Jackie filmmaker Vanessa Renwick

A Further Defense of the Poor Image

2015. Annandale-on-Hudson, NY.

The Impulse to Collect and Order the Useless and Everyday

2015. Annandale-on-Hudson, NY

Don't Forget to Send Photos
Olana New York State Historic Site, September 12 - November 1, 2015
Description: Artist residency program project inspired by Olana, painter Fredrick Church's home in Hudson, NY.

Alternative TV 
Bard College, October 24, 2014 
Description: Featuring experimental videos originally broadcasted on television programmed with mainstream TV of the time in a living room setting. Exploring the atmosphere of the television setting at a moment of unique cross-cultural possibilities. Program included: Four More Years, Top Value Television (TVTV), 1972, 1:00:15, CBS Election Night Coverage (excerpt), 1972, 05:14, Wonder Woman (excerpt), 1978, 08:45, Technology/Transformation Wonder Woman, Dara Birnbaum, 1978, 05:25 , Various Commercial Programming, 1973, 04:05, Television Delivers People, Richard Serra and Carlotta Fay Schoolamn, 1973, 05:55 

Inside the Box 
Bard College, December 15, 2014 
Description: An exploration of performed femininity through video/performance pieces by woman filmmakers and performance artists. Featuring: Martha Rosler Reads Vouge, Martha Rosler, 1982, 25:24, New Report, Wynne Greenwood and K8 Hardy, 2005, 12:00, Atlanta, Miranda July, 1996, 10:00, Made for TV, Ann Magnuson and Tom Rubnitz, 1984, 15:00 

St. Tula Film Society 
Bard College, 2013-2016 
Description: Bi-monthly student work shows in the spirit of the patron saint of cinema, St. Tula. Set lineup of current student’s videos, films and digital media piecesand curator shows of past Bard student works.