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Thursday–Saturday, February 6-8, 2014, 8:00pm: BLACK MALE REVISITED: Experimental Representations through the Ephemeral Form is organized and conceived by ICPP alum Jaamil Olawale Kosoko, performer, curator, and co-director of anonymous bodies || art collective, a visual performance collective based in NYC and Philadelphia. This symposium is a culmination of Kosoko's final project for ICPP and is a part of Food for Thought, Danspace Project's semi-annual guest artist-curated benefit series. More information and full schedule is available here; tickets/donations required.

Saturday, March 22, 2014, 10:00am – 4:30pm: ICPP will be in Sarasota, Florida at The Ringling Museum of Art for Conversations on Curating in a Post-Genre World, which brings together the nations’ leading curators of contemporary art and performance to offer new perspectives on the challenges and opportunities of creating, curating and presenting the work of living artists. Full schedule is available here; tickets required.

April 10-13, 2014: Envisioning the Practice: Montréal International Symposium on Curating the Performing Arts brings together proponents of recent critical and practice-based discourses on curating the performing arts in order to enrich, structure and theorize the practice of curating in the field, with an interest in best practices. A number of ICPP faculty and alumni will be participating in the symposium, including ACAQ co-founder Jane Gabriels, Judy Hussie-Taylor, Ellina Kevorkian, Ben Pryor, Dwight Currie, Caleb Hammons, Michèle Steinwald and Abigail Sebaly. Full symposium schedule is available here; registration required.

Saturday, April 12, 2014, 12:10pm – 1:10pm: Join ICPP faculty and alumni in Montréal for an informal information session during the Envisioning the Practice symposium hosted by Arts Curators Association of Québec (ACAQ).



Image: Liz Lerman Dance Exchange, 2006 world premiere of Ferocious Beauty: Genome, CFA Theater, Center for the Arts, Wesleyan University