CURATED PUBLIC SCREENINGS
MODERNISM WEEK (PALM SPRINGS)
“Home Movie Day, Palm Springs,” online experience co-hosted with Dr. Devin Orgeron, April 15-May 31, 2021.
PALM SPRINGS CULTURAL CENTER
“Archival Screening Night Roadshow” screening co-host and discussion with Dr. Devin Orgeron, May 2, 2020 [Postponed due to Covid-19, pre-recorded intro for online screening June 13].
The Best of Dorien B. screening and discussion, January 18, 2020.
Gaspard at the Wedding screening and discussion, August 31, 2019.
WELWOOD MURRAY MEMORIAL LIBRARY (PALM SPRINGS, CA)
“Domestic Archeology: Seeing the World Through Home Movies” screening of home movies and lecture on their connection to the film industry. With Dr. Devin Orgeron. November 19, 2019.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY
“Local History through the Camera Lens” screening featuring the State Archives of North Carolina’s Century Film Collection. Speaker, researcher, organizer, and promotion. Curated and digitized films with vendor (A/V Geeks), wrote captions, and edited highlights clip reel. Panel discussion with Dr. Devin Orgeron, associate professor of Film Studies at NC State, Kim Andersen of the State Archives, and Skip Elsheimer (A/V Geeks), October 2015. Century Film Studios screening trailer
“Introduction” videographic essay screening from dissertation project, Society for Cinema and Media Studies annual conference, Seattle, WA, March 2019
“FOUND installATION” video Installation at Foundation. Curated and edited films. Raleigh, NC, Summer-Fall 2016
Cue the Women: Public Access Cable Early 1970s – 1980s. Video essay. Raleigh Television Network, Channel 10 (April 2015)
TriFilm Social/FilmSpark event. Curated, wrote captions, and edited digitized films for outreach screening of archival films via contact with Triangle-area institutions: Duke University, State Archives of North Carolina, A/V Geeks plus the Prelinger Archives. Raleigh, NC, September 15, 2013
“Teens in Trouble – A Look at Old Educational Films.” Lecture/screening. Co-presenter with Skip Elsheimer of A/V Geeks. Cambridge Center for Adult Education, Cambridge, MA, October 2012
ASSOCIATION OF MOVING IMAGE ARCHIVISTS
“Girls on Film: Juliette Gordon Low and the Girl Scouts.” Screening and panel. Curated and edited digitized films. Co-chair, with Devin Orgeron of North Carolina State University. Association of Moving Image Archivists annual conference, October 2014
Mobile Media Screening. Co-chair with Stephen Parr. Contacted filmmakers and curated videos for screening. Association of Moving Image Archivists annual conference, November 2008
UCLA Student Chapter Treasurer. Co-programmed and secured funding for the “Out of the Past” screenings of restored films. 2004-2006
SCHLESINGER LIBRARY | RADCLIFFE INSTITUTE | HARVARD UNIVERSITY
Film Committee. 2008-2013 (Chair 2009-2012). Co-curated series line-up along a theme; coordinated volunteers; outreach and publicity to Harvard community, local press, and community groups; balanced budget; public speaking and introductions; booked speakers in collaboration with other committee members.
Radcliffe Institute Events. Edited and presented audiovisual materials for two Radcliffe Institute’s Black History Month celebrations (2010-2011) and the Institute’s tenth-year anniversary staff luncheon (2009)
SOUTHERN ORAL HISTORY PROGRAM
Collaborated on Mapping Voices of North Carolina’s Past
ASSOCIATION OF MOVING IMAGE ARCHIVISTS
AMIA 25th Anniversary Oral History Interviews. Conducted videotaped oral histories with AMIA members in commemoration of the Association’s 25th anniversary. November 2015
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY HUNT LIBRARY
“Local History through the Camera Lens Exhibit.” Researched, co-developed, co-designed, and executed physical exhibit and accompanying website; in-class instruction; digitized films with A/V Geeks. Graduate students and advanced undergraduates in Dr. Devin Orgeron’s Seminar in Nonfiction Media (ENG 585 / Fall 2015) were assigned films from the collection, which they then researched, establishing a context for understanding proprietor O.B. Garris’ work and the historical moment during which they were produced. Video proxies of original 16mm films played alongside related archival documents and their written texts. iPearl Immersion Theater at the James B. Hunt Jr. Library, North Carolina State University. November-December 2015
SCHLESINGER LIBRARY | RADCLIFFE INSTITUTE
Curated, wrote captions, and edited video/audio materials for exhibit kiosks; project managed and coordinated with the vendor; collaborated with committee on overall theme and appearance of exhibits; brought audiovisual kiosk up to ADA compliance for the sight and hearing impaired. (Reels available upon request.)
- “Stepping Stones for New Americans” (Spring/2013)
- “Siting Julia” (Fall/2012)
- “Women on the Clock” (Fall/2011),”
- “Inside/Out: The Geography of Gendered Space” (Spring/2010)
EXHIBITS — PERSONAL WORK
- Unbound: Documentary As Art. The Carrack, Durham, NC. October 2017
- N.E.W. Show. Visual Art Exchange, Raleigh, NC. September 2015
- BERSERK. Visual Art Exchange, Raleigh, NC. April 2014
- Pencil + Pen Exhibit. Online. 2013-Present
- Radcliffe Institute art show. Cambridge, MA. 2010-2013
- Archivist-Filmmaker screening. AMIA annual conference, Savannah, GA. 2008
- Cellular Photography Show. New Community ArtSpace. Washington, DC. 2008
- Discovery Communications Holiday Art Show/Sale. Silver Spring, MD. 2006
- Whitney Young Cultural Art Center Holiday Art Show. San Francisco, CA. 2003
- “Orgy.” Melting Point Gallery. Group show. San Francisco, CA. 2002
- Z Center Gallery. Group show. San Francisco, CA. 2002
- Senior project. “FEAR.” University of California, Berkeley. 2000