1. Sigalit Landau: The East Bound Salt Route and the Crystal Islands, September 10, 2012

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    Sigalit Landau gives the Ruth Ellen Steinman Bloustein and Edward J. Bloustein Memorial Lecture on September 9, 2012, at the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers University. This lecture is part of the Fertile Crescent Project, a showcase of exhibitions, lectures, performances, film screenings, and events focused on women from the Middle East. These programs explore matters of gender, homeland, geopolitics, theology, the environment, and transnationalism. The Fertile Crescent took place at Rutgers and Princeton Universities, and the Arts Council of Princeton between August 2012 and January 2013. This event was video taped by Joe Nanashe.

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    • Organizing Your Professional Life and Achievements: Hard Copy and Digital Recordkeeping, Panel Discussion 1

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      Marilyn F. Symmes, Director, the Morse Research Center for Graphic Arts, the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers, Moderator Ronald Becker, Head, Special Collections and UniversityArchives, Rutgers University Libraries Helen M. Stummer, New Jersey artist, photographer, and visual sociologist Paul Sepuya, Artist Support Director, Joan Mitchell Foundation, New York, New York Camille Billops, Artist, founding director of the Hatch-Billops Collection of Black Cultural Arts, New York, New York Nicole Plett, Project Manager, Women Artists Archives National Directory, Institute for Women and Art This discussion was part of the "Etched in Memory" symposium held on March 20, 2009. Links to other panel discussions: Introduction: https://vimeo.com/63914985 Panel 2: https://vimeo.com/64754471

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      • MARTHA ROSLER Adventures In and Outside the Institution (PL)

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        11 stycznia 2013, godz. 18.00, Budynek Laboratorium CSW Kuratorzy: Adam Mazur, Kaja Pawełek MARTHA ROSLER – wybitna amerykańska artystka i teoretyczka sztuki; w swojej praktyce artystycznej posługuje się fotografią i filmem, tworzy instalacje, nieobce są jej również formy działań performatywnych. Sztuka Rosler oscyluje wokół kwestii polityki, ale widzianej przez pryzmat doświadczenia codzienności. W uznanych już za klasyczne pracach wątki feministyczne ("Semiotics of the Kitchen", 1974-5; "Beauty Knows No Pain",1966-72) i społeczne ("The Bowery in Two Inadequate Descriptive Systems", 1974) przenikają się z antywojennymi ("Vietnam War", 1967-72; "War in Iraq", 2004). Rosler nie stroni również od refleksji na temat instytucji sztuki ("The Martha Rosler Library"). W ostatnich działaniach coraz częściej otwarcie angażuje się w bieżącą politykę, aktywnie wspiera ruchy alterglobalistyczne i antykapitalistyczne. W jej dorobku oprócz licznych wystaw i szeroko dyskutowanych tekstów krytycznych i teoretycznych istotna jest także działalność edukacyjna, obejmująca już kilka pokoleń twórców i aktywistów. Rosler przez trzydzieści lat była profesorem na Rutgers University, wykładała też na uczelniach kanadyjskich i europejskich. W listopadzie 2012 w Muzeum Sztuki Nowoczesnej w Nowym Jorku (MoMA) otworzyła swoją pierwszą wystawę indywidualną "Meta-Monumental Garage Sale". Spotkanie w ramach trzyletniego projektu POSTDOKUMENT, zainaugurowanego wystawą "Świat nie przedstawiony. Dokumenty polskiej transformacji po 1989 roku".

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        • MARTHA ROSLER Adventures In and Outside the Institution (ENG)

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          MARTHA ROSLER Adventures In and Outside the Institution, lecture in the frame of Postdocument project January 11, 2013 at 6 p.m., CCA Laboratory Building Curators: Adam Mazur, Kaja Pawełek MARTHA ROSLER, a prominent American artist and art theorist, uses in her artistic practice: photography and film, installations, as well as performative actions. Rosler’s art revolves around political issues, but seen through the prism of the experience of everyday life. As already considered to be classic works, feminist topics ("Semiotics of the Kitchen", 1974-5; "Beauty Knows No Pain",1966-72) as well as social ("The Bowery in Two Inadequate Descriptive Systems", 1974) are interpenetrating with antiwar ("Vietnam War", 1967 - 72, "War in Iraq"; 2004). Also, Rosler is not shunning reflection on the topic of art institutions ("The Martha Rosler Library"). In recent actions, she has increasingly and openly become involved in current politics, and actively supports the alter-globalist movements as well as the anti-capitalist. In her achievements, apart from numerous exhibitions and widely discussed critical and theoretical texts, are also important educational activities, already embracing a couple of generations of artists and activists. For thirty years, Rosler was a professor at Rutgers University, also taught at universities in Canada and Europe. In November 2012, at the Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA) she opened her first solo exhibition - "Meta-Monumental Garage Sale". The meeting is a part of the three-year project POSTDOCUMENT, inaugurated with the exhibition "Missing Documents. Photographs of the Polish Transformation After 1989." Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation is pleased to support the American Season with funding from the Trust for Mutual Understanding.

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          • Bridging the Gap 2011

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            • Fashioning the Cultural Impact of Islamic Diaspora, Dec. 6, 2012 - Part 2

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              This event was moderated by Ousseina Alidou, Rutgers University; with invited speakers Sylviane Diouf, Schomburg Center; Meheli Sen, Rutgers University; Fawzia Afzal-Khan, Montclair State University; Heather Marie Akou, Indiana University; Pallabi Chakraborty, Swarthmore College; Fakhri Haghani, Rutgers University. Featuring an exhibition of clothes and textiles from the Fertile Crescent, Out of the Closet; musical performace by Mandinka traditional music from Senegal, and "Everyday Islam" photographs by Annanya Dasgupta. This event took place on December 6, 2012, at the Rutgers Student Center, New Brunswick, NJ. Part 1: https://vimeo.com/66325541 Part 3: vimeo.com/66325540 This event was part of The Fertile Crescent Project, a showcase of exhibitions, lectures, performances, film screenings, and events focused on women from the Middle East. These programs explore matters of gender, homeland, geopolitics, theology, the environment, and transnationalism. This event was video taped by Joe Nanashe.

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              • Leaving Legacies: Body of Work, Artists' Trusts, and Foundations

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                Dr. Doris Friedensohn, Professor Emeritus, New Jersey City University, Moderator Richard Greenberg, Esq., New Jersey Trusts and Estates Attorney, Greenberg & Schulman, Woodbridge, NJ Magda Salvesen, Art historian, curator of the estate of John Schueler, author of Artists’ Estates: Reputations in Trust Dr. Joan M. Marter, Executor, Dorothy Dehner Foundation; Board Member, the Ora Lerman Charitable Trust and Soaring Gardens Artists’ Retreat; Co-editor, Woman’s Art Journal; Professor of Art History, Rutgers Faith Ringgold, Artist, author and illustrator; Professor of Art, University of California, San Diego; founder of the Anyone Can Fly Foundation This discussion was part of the "Etched in Memory" symposium held on March 20, 2009. Links to other panel discussions: Introduction: vimeo.com/63914985 Panel 1: https://vimeo.com/63914984

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                • Dr. Florette Cohen and Dr. Lee Jussim - "The New Antisemitism Israel Model"

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                  Title: "The New Antisemitism Israel Model: An Empirical Approach to Modern Antisemitism" Speakers: Dr. Florette Cohen, The College of Staten Island, CUNY; Dr. Lee Jussim, Rutgers University Date: Thursday, December 3, 2009 Location: The Yale Initiative for the Interdisciplinary Study of Antisemitism (YIISA), Yale University, New Haven, CT

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                  • Grimanesa Amorós: Estelle Lebowitz Visiting Artist in Residence Lecture - October 28, 2014

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                    Grimanesa Amorós is a renowned multi-disciplinary artist with diverse interests in the fields of social history, scientific research and critical theory. Born in Lima, Peru, she lives and works in New York City. Amorós is most known for her large-scale light-based public art installations. The works on view at Rutgers University will provide an overview of her artistic practice and intuitive/distinct relationship to technology through film, installation documentation and sculpture. Her work incorporates elements from sculpture, video, lighting, and cutting edge technology to create site-specific installations that engage architecture and create community. This lecture was presented as part of Momentum: Women/Art/Technology, and in conjunction with the 2013-2014 Estele Lebowitz Visiting Artist Residence Exhibition, "Grimanesa Amorós Momentum: Women/Art/Technology" on view at the Douglass Library, Rutgers University from July 28 - December 10, 2014.

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                    • Reed and Ponder, Show 8 12

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                      The Status of Women in New Jersey and Nationally. Guests include: Michelle Cash, Vice President, Grants & Programs for the Princeton Area Community Foundation, Sandy Gibson, Assistant Professor at the College of New Jersey, Katherine Kleeman, Senior Communications Officer for the Center for American Women & Politics at Rutgers University

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