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Visiting Artist and Practitioner Series

Our Visiting Artists, Curators and Practitioners series offers a diverse and vibrant programming of between five – six speakers each of whom conducts a lecture centered on their work and practice, as well as visiting with students in their studio-settings. All lectures are free and open to the public.


Joanna Tam

Katherine BeharSep / Oct 2019

Joanna Tam is a Hong Kong-born, Boston-based visual artist and educator. Using video, photography, performance, text and installation, her works examine the issues of migration, citizenship, standardization, the construction of national identity as well as the notion of home. Joanna's works have been exhibited nationally and internationally.


Katherine Behar

Katherine BeharSep 20, 2018

Katherine Behar's interactive installations, videos, performances, and writings explore gender and labor in digital culture. Appearing throughout North America and Europe, her work was the subject of a 2016 survey exhibition at Pera Museum, Istanbul. Based in Brooklyn, she is Associate Professor of New Media Arts at Baruch College, CUNY.

Eric Gottesman

Eric GottesmanOct 11, 2018

Eric Gottesman photographs, writes, makes videos, teaches and uses art as a vehicle to explore aesthetic, social and political culture.

Lisa Dent

Lisa DentNov 15, 2018

Lisa Dent is an independent curator/producer, writer and arts Administrator based in the greater New York City area.

Didier William

Didier WilliamFeb 21, 2019

Didier William is currently Associate Professor of Art and the Chair of the MFA Program at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia. 

Larry Ossei-Mensah

Larry Ossei-MensahApr 11, 2019

Larry  Ossei-Mensah brings a broad set of skills to his curatorial practice. He is a co-founder Artnoir which describes itself as a “global collective of culturalists.” Composed of curators, artists, and writers, the group produces events such as talks and performances designed to “engage this generation’s dynamic and diverse creative class.”