Adelheid Mers

talks + presentations

 

Panelist, Outer Regions Roundtable and Panel, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN, 2013        

Co-Chair, with Judith Leemann; Panel:  Beyond good or bad: practice derived epistemologies of studio critique. CAA conference, New York, 2013

Respondent, Wissenskulturen im Dialog - Conference, Institut für Kulturmanagement und Kulturwissenschaft (IKM), University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna, Austria, 2013

Presentation, "Reverse Engineering: Towards a Taxonomy of Art Practices", AICAD Symposium Remaking Research: Emerging Research Practices in Art and Design , Emily Carr University,Vancouver, Canada, 2012

Presentation: Doing Combat - Arts Administration Pedagogy at the Intersections of Management, Cultural Studies and Art as Research, Panel: BEYOND ADMINISTRATION: EXPERIMENTAL PEDAGOGIES IN ARTS MANAGEMENT. AAAE conference, Boston, 2011

Performance Lectures at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. Informal talks with custom designed, prepared Whiteboards, and free-form diagram chat session with markers and magnets, as part of the "Interactions" series, in the exhibition "Without You I'm Nothing: Art and Its Audience", 2011

Presentation: Transfer Discourses/Transfer Diskurse.Sympsoium "Artistic Research as Aesthetic Science?”, in the context of the art, science & business program of the Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart, in cooperation with the Zeppelin University, Friedrichshafen. September 2010.

Presentation: Art as Research. Stone Summer Theory Institute 2009, Focus on Practice Session, organized by Frances Whitehead, SAIC, Fall 2009, Slide Show

Workshop leader: "Conversation Mapping and Collaborative Live Diagramming”, Community University Research Partnership conference: “Whose Show is it, anyway? Community - engaged performance and exhibition arts in the small city”, Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, Canada, 2009

Presentation: CAA conference; with Nick Lowe, “Ethics of Responsibility – from individual burden to organizational opportunity”, Panel: New Thoughts on Teaching Museum Ethics, chair, Janet Marstine, PhD, Seton Hall University, CAA conference, 2009

Faculty workshop: Mapping the desired evolution of the department as it adds a master’s program; Hochschule Zwickau, Department of Applied Art, Schneeberg, Germany, 2008

Visiting Artist, University of Central Florida: live mapping a virtual seminar with Katherine Hayles and Terry Harpold; mapping workshop with Craig Saper; Orlando, 2008

For previous talks see CV