Past Events

Fall 2017

EXHAUSTION ENGINE: A SERIES OF EVENTS ORGANIZED BY PATRICIA L. BOYD
Elena Gorfinkel: A Talk that Examines Cinema as an Apparatus of Exhaustion,

Nov 1, 2017, 7pm

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2000's Re-enactments
: An Evening with Matthew Linde and Steven Warwick

Friday, Oct 20, 2017

The Global Work of Art Book Launch
October 4, 2017
6:30pm

Meeting with Peter Gidal
Thursday, Sept 28, 2017
6:00pm

Screenings
Gidal's iconic work Room Film 1973 (1973, 55 min.) will be screened on select Wednesday evenings. 15 mm film (color, silent), silent speed (16/18fps). Dates include: 
Wednesday, Sept 27, 6:30pm
Wednesday, Oct 11, 6:30pm
Wednesday, Oct 18, 6:30pm

Filmmaker as Film Theorist: Brakhage, Deren, Frampton
A lecture by P. Adams Sitney
Tuesday, Sept 26, 2017 at 7:30pm
Light Industry
155 Freeman Street
Brooklyn, New York

Saturday, September 23, 6 pm
Anne Boyer will read from her forthcoming book, The Undying, which contains a number of her writings on care, illness, pain and cancer.

Spring 2017 

A Conversation With Celine Condorelli
Wednesday, April 19, 2017

In conversation: Duane Linklater and Hrag Vartanian  
Screening: Modest Livelihood,
 Brian Jungen and Duane Linklater, 2012
Thursday, Feb 2, 2017

Panel Discussion: Sovereignty: The Indigenous Present
Wednesday, Feb 1, 2017

ECOCORE 5 launch and benefit for Families for Freedom
Tuesday, January 17, 2017 

ELLEN CANTOR: ARE YOU READY FOR LOVE?

Skowhegan Public Programs Series
September-November, 2016
Skowhegan Space, 136 West 22nd Street

Electronic Arts Intermix Film Screening 
Wednesday, October 5, 2016, 6:30pm 
Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI), 535 West 22nd Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10011 
eai.org

Modern Monday: Ellen Cantor's Pinochet Porn
Monday, October 31, 2016, 7:00pm
Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, Museum of Modern Art, 11 West 53 Street, New York, NY 10019
moma.org

JAMES SON FORD THOMAS: THE DEVIL AND HIS BLUES

The Devil and His Blues: A lecture by William Ferris on the sculpture of James 'Son Ford' Thomas
April 17, 2015

Free Public Events in conjunction with Learn to Read Art: A Surviving History of Printed Matter 

Present/ Future: Artists Books in the Age of Digitial Communication
Friday. February 6th 6:30-pm 

The Founding and Early History of Printed Matter 
Friday. February 13th 6:30-pm 

Publishing Residency Events 

Artist residents of the Learn to Read Art bookmaking studio present a series of public programs around the publications they have created onsite. 

Wednesday, February 4th 
12-4pm 
Jesse Hlebo/Swill Children 

TBD  
Mary Ellen Carroll and OucheĢ Press

Saturday, February 7th
5-7 pm
Endless Editions 

Tuesday, Febuary 10th
6-8 pm
Research and Destroy NYC 

Saturday, February 14th
6-8 pm
Red 76 

DEVOTION: EXCAVATING BOB MIZER

PHYSIQUE TUTORIAL
Vaginal Davis is Speaking From the Perineum
Tuesday, January 28th @ 8pm 

MIZER AND ME
BRUCE YONEMOTO in conversation with KAREN FINLEY
Saturday, February 1st @ 5pm

PERSPECTIVES ON DEVOTION: NYU Graduate Students Walk the Gallery
Tuesday, February 4th @ 5pm

EVIDENCE: HOW TO LEAVE IT, HOW TO FIND IT
Lia Gangitano, Ulrike Müller, Nicola Tyson, and Martha Wilson
in conversation about archive-based creative practices. Organized by Curator Pati Hertling
Sunday, February 9th @ 6:30pm 

BOB MIZER: WORKS ON FILM
Presented by curator Andrew Lampert in dialogue with Peggy Ahwesh
Thursday, February 27h @ 7:30pm