CURRICULUM VITAE

 

EXHIBITIONS

2018

• Museum of the City of New York, “Art in the Open: Fifty Years of Public Art in New York", Masstransiscope, Nov. 10, 2017 - Sept, 23, 2018, New York, NY
• S8 Mostra de Cinema Periférico, “The Cinema on Paper,” gallery exhibition of films and scores, Moment (1972) and Zip-Tone-Cat-Tune (1972), Coruña, Spain
• Quad Cinema, “independent Frames: American Experimental Animation in the 1970s and 1980s, curated by Herb Shellengerger, “Exploded View,” Circles of Confusion (1974) and Zip-Tone-Cat-Tune (1972), New York, NY
• PAF Olomouc, “Festival of film animation and Contemporary Art” Always Open / Never Closed (1971), curated by Herb Shellengerger, Olomouc, Czech Republic

2017

• Galerie Arnaud Lefebvre, "Katy Martin, Robert Huot, Bill Brand" Paris, France
• Cineteca Nacional, Mexico City, Mexico

2016

• College of Fine Arts, Shanghai University, "The Modeling of the Medium" curated by Ding Beili, Shanghai, China
• Galerie Arnaud Lefebvre, "Body, Lens, Brush” Bill Brand y Katy Martin, Paris, France
• Light Cone, Scratch Projection series, "Bill Brand y Katy Martin," Paris, France
• CRATER-Lab, Barcelona, Spain
• Union Docs, "Peephole Cinema - Kinetoscopic Records," Brooklyn, NY
• Union Docs, "Refracting Lumière: Avant Garde Revisions of the Lumière Brothers," Brooklyn, NY

2015

• Plastik Festival of Artists’ Moving Image 2015, Walk on the Wild Side - a Film of Films, Curated by Filipa Ramos, IFI Dublin, Ireland

2014

• Mono No Aware, The Center for Performance Research, "Split Decisions," Brooklyn, NY
• BIRD Show, curated by Ann Steuernagel , web blog

2013

• Alliance Française of Buenos Aires, La Pantalla Pintada, Edition III as part of Rojas Fest, Argentina
• Alternative Measures: an investigation of artist-run film labs, TIE, The International Experimental Cinema Exposition, Colorado Springs, CO
• Uniondocs, Dead Youth and Susie's Ghost , Brooklyn, NY
• CAT Film Festival: Celluloid Stars Series, Co-Presented by Chicago Filmmakers and South Side Projections, Chicago, IL
• Hampshire College, Faculty Art Show, Amherst, MA

2012

• Centro de Documentactión y Estudios Avanzados de Arte Conteporáneo, Murcia, Spain
• Unpainted Emporium Productions, LLC, "Time-Shifting" - An Experimental Multimedia and Live Performance Event," Art House Productions, Jersey City, NJ
• UnionDocs, "A Color Box Opens," Heliopolis, Brooklyn, NY
• Black Maria Film Festival (opens in new window)
• dm contemporary, "♥+Art: Artist Couples Collaborating and Exhibiting Together," New York, NY

2011

• National Gallery of Art, "A Co-op Omnibus" in series "Film-makers’ Coop at Fifty," Washington D.C
• BAMCinématek, "All City Shorts: Ny Stories" in "BAMcinemaFest," Brooklyn, NY
• Echo Park Film Center, "Perceptive Frame: Films by Bill Brand," Los Angeles, CA
• LA Filmforum, "Interior Landscapes: Films by Bill Brand," Egyptian Theater, Hollywood, CA
• UCLA Film & Television Archive. “Celebrating Orphan Films,” Billy Wilder Theatre, Hammer Art Museum, Los Angeles, CA (opens in a new window)
• MassArt Film Society, "Bill Brand," Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA
• Hampshire College "Faculty Art Exhibition curated by Bill Brayton", Hampshire College Art Gallery. Amherst, MA (opens in a new window)

2010

• Union Docs, "The Film-Makers’ Coop: After the Fact," curated by Colin Beckett and Jim Supanick, NY

2009

• The Arts Exchange, White Plains, NY, "It All Started Here! New York's 103 year relationship with the Animation Industry," curated by Howard Beckerman and J. J. Sedelmaier
• Anthology Film Archives, NY
• Vision Festival, NY

2008

• Rotterdam International Film Festival
• Whitney Museum of American Art, NY, "Between The Still And Moving Image"

2007

• Cinema Project, Portland, OR
• NewYorkRioToyko "e.V. and Ex’N’Pop," Berlin, Germany
• Essential Documentaries: Classic New Directors/New Films, Lincoln Center, NY
• Milwaukee Underground Film Festival
• Espace Gantner, Belfort, France, “Paul Sharits, Figment”
• Orchard, "Projection/Performance: Living Cinema Workshop" with Ruthie Marantz and Anya Maddow-Zimet in exhibition "On the Collective for Living Cinema," New York

2006

• Tribeca Film Festival, "In Black and White and Living Color," New York
• The Tank, solo exhibition of film and video work, New York
• Queens Arts Festival, "Through Our Own Eyes," Belfast, Northern Ireland
• Queens University, lecture and screening, Belfast, Northern Ireland,
• Dashanzi Arts Festival, "Art as a Form of Conversation," 798 Galleries, Beijing, China
• Anthology Film Archives, "Results You Can't Refuse: Celebrating 30 Years of BB Optics," a 4-week retrospective, New York
• Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art, "12+ Retrospective," Shanghai, China

2005

• Barbican Art Gallery, "Colour After Klein: Films," London
• Tribeca Film Festival

2004

• Art World Magazine (Yishushijie), 12+, Shanghai Doulun Art Museum, China, solo exhibition of films and videos.
• Art in General, "Through our Eyes," exhibition and panel discussion, organized by Jo Wood-Brown, NY• "Chicago Filmmakers 30th Anniversary Show," Chicago Filmmakers, Chicago
• "Chicago Filmmakers 30th Anniversary Show," Anthology Film Archive, NY
• "Save Our Films benefit for Anthology Film Archive," live music by Animal Collective
• "Open Zone Friends & Co-Conspirators Program," Ocularis at Galapagos Art and Performance Space, Brooklyn, NY
• Athens Film Festival, Athens, Ohio

2003

• Tribeca Film Festival• Chicago Filmmakers• San Francisco Cinematheque
• California Institute of the Arts
• Ocularis at Galapagos Art and Performance Space, “Scratch, Sniff, Pet: Open Zone Friends & Co-Conspirators Program,” Brooklyn, NY My Father's Leg
• Massachusetts College of Art Film Society, Boston
• “Selected Film and Video 1973-2003” Hampshire College, Amherst, MA

2002

• Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, “Cine y casi cine,” Madrid, Spain
• Donnell Media Center, New York Public Libarary, "Meet the Maker" series
• Brooklyn Academy of Music, in "The Nearest Far Away Place" as part of the "Next Wave Festival"

2001

• Museum of the Moving Image, Astoria, NY
• Cinema Ritrovato, Bologna, Italy

2000

• Bennington College, VT, (reconstruction of 1971 film installation Pong Ping Pong plus other work)• Cooper Union, NYC
• Dallas Video Festival, TX 1999
• Whitney Museum of American Art, “American Century,” NYC
• Fundació Antoni Tápeis, “Calculated Cinema", Barcelona, Spain
• Marlboro College, VT

1998

• Barbican Centre, Lux Cinema, Underground America, “Ways of Seeing,” London
• Lux Cinema, “Underground America” curated by Mark Webber, London

1997

• Harvard University Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts

1993

• Pleasant Street Cinema, 1 week run, Northampton, MA
• Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley

1992

• Rotterdam International Film Festival, Holland

1991

• Berlin Film Festival, "Forum of New Films," Germany
• Museum of Modern Art, "New Directors/New Films," NY
• New York Historical Society, "Race and Class in N.Y.C.", NYC
• Munich Documentary Festival, Germany
• Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, CA
• Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, D.C.
• AFI LA Film Festival, LA
• American Film and Video Festival, Philadelphia, PA
• Edinburgh Film Festival, Scotland
• Montreal World Film Festival, Canada
• Port Washington Library, NY Upstate Films, Rhinebeck, NY
• George Eastman House, Rochester, NY
• Wexner Art Center, Columbus, OH
• Crandell Library, Glens Falls, NY
• PS122, New York, NY
• Massachusetts College of Art Film Society, Boston, MA

1990

• Independent Feature Project Market, NY
• Rutgers University, Visiting Artist, NJ

1989

• Collective for Living Cinema, NY
• Pyramid Art Center, Rochester, NY
• Media Mix, Rutgers University, NJ
• Whitney Museum of American Art, "Image World", NYC

1988

• American Museum of the Moving Image, "Independent America: New Film, 1978 1988", Astoria, NY

1987

• Crandall Library, Glens Falls, NY
• Collective for Living Cinema, NYC

1986

• Filmforum, Los Angeles
• Munson Williams Proctor Institute, "Frames of Mind," Utica, NY
• Three River Arts Festival, Pittsburgh, PA
• Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, CA
• Montclair State College, NJ
• Long Island University, NY

1985

• New York Public Library "Bill Brand presents Coalfields" in "Meet the Makers: Experiments in Documentary Film," Donnell Library, NYC
• Gallery 400, "Sites and Solutions," University of Illinois at Chicago.
• Bromfield Gallery, Boston
• University of Kentucky, Lexington
• West Virginia Institute of Technology, Montgomery• Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, NY
• Kent State University, Filmworks, Kent, Ohio
• P.S.1, NYC• Black Maria Film Festival, NJ
• Ann Arbor Film Festival, Michigan
• Bromfield Gallery, "Independent Film Series," Boston, MA.

1984

• Collective for Living Cinema, NYC
• University of Hartford, CT
• Freedman Gallery, "Sites and Solutions," Albright College, Reading, PA
• Edinburgh Festival, Scotland
• Collective for Living Cinema, "Super 8 Films Against U.S. Intervention in Central America", NYC:  Organizer.

1983

• The Boston Film/Video Foundation, MA• University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI
• Berks Filmmakers', Reading, PA
• The Cinematheque, San Francisco, CA
 Pacific Film Archives, Berkeley, CA
• Pasadena Filmforum, Pasadena, CA
• Otis Art Institute, Los Angeles, CA
• Collective for Living Cinema, "Art in Nicaragua", NYC
• The Kitchen, "Filmworks '83", NYC
• Sarah Lawrence College Gallery, Bronxville, NY
• The Exploratorium, "Light Currents" by Eye Music, S.F., CA
• Bleeker Street Cinema, "Film Pulse", NYC
• The Cinematheque, San Francisco, CA
• University of California, Los Angeles, CA

1982

• PS1 (Institute for Art and Urban Resources), Long Island City, NY

1981

• Collective for Living Cinema, Idiolects Benefit, NYC• Media Study/ Buffalo, NY

1980

• State University of New York at Plattsburgh, NY
• International Center of Photography, NYC
• Artists Space, NYC
• Pittsburgh Filmmakers, Pittsburgh, PA
• Institute of Contemporary Art, "Urban Encounter," University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

1979

• London Film makers' Co operative, London, England
• Colgate College, Hamilton, NY
• Media Study/ Buffalo, NY
• California Institute of the Arts, Los Angeles, CA
• Oasis Films at Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Arts, CA
• The Cinematheque, San Francisco, CA
• Millennium Personal Cinema, NYC
• Chicago Filmmakers, Chicago, IL
• Hayward Gallery, "Film as Film, Formal Experiment in Film, 191O-1975", London, England
• Third International Avant garde Film Festival, "Film London", London, England
• The Kitchen, "Filmworks '79", NYC
• Canyon Cinematheque, San Francisco, CA
• Pittsburgh Filmmakers, Pittsburgh, PA

1978

• Museum of Modern Art, NYC
• Collective for Living Cinema, NYC

1977

• Colgate College, Hamilton, NY
• Millennium Personal Cinema, NYC
• Berks Filmmakers', Reading, PA
• Canyon Cinema, San Francisco, CA
• Pacific Film Archives, Berkeley, CA
• Filmgroup at N.A.M.E. Gallery, Chicago, IL
• Anthology Film Archives, NYC
• Artists Space, NYC
• Municipal Building Arcade, "Arcade", outdoor sound and film show, curated by Charlie Ahearn, NYC
• Chicago Filmmakers, Chicago, IL
• Theater Vanguard, Los Angeles, CA

1976

• Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio
• Invitational:  "MOVED", John Weber Gallery, NYC

1975

• Wimbleton College of Art, Wimbleton, England
• Derby College of Art and Technology, Derby, England
• Reading University, Reading, England
• Maidstone College of Art, Maidstone, England
• London Film makers' Co operative, London, England
• Slade School of Art, London, England
• Collectif Jeune Cinema, Paris, France
• Arsonal Cinema, Berlin, Germany
• Kommunales Kino, Frankfurt, West Germany
• Oesterreichisches Filmmuseum, Vienna, Austria
• Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC
• Bard College, Annandale on Hudson, NY
• Anthology Film Archives, NYC
• Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA
• Festival International du Jeune Cinema, Toulon, France

1974

• State University of New York at Buffalo, NY
• Millennium Personal Cinema, NYC
• State University of New York at Binghamton, NY
• Fifth International Experimental Film Competition at Knokke Heist, Belgium
• American Film Festival, "Film as Art", NYC

1973

• Millennium Personal Cinema, NYC
• Festival of Independent Avant garde Film, London, England
• Filmgroup at N.A.M.E. Gallery, Chicago ,IL
• Anthology Film Archives, NYC
• Filmmakers Cinematheque, organized by Jonas Mekas at the Elgin Theater, NYC

1972

• Western College, Ohio

1971

• Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio


LECTURES AND WORKSHOPS

2018

• Arquivo Geral, “Film Preservation and the Creative Impulse,” lecture, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
• Universidade Federal Fluminense. “Film Preservation Workshop,” with Juana Suárez, Niterói, Brazil
• Orphan Film Symposium, Museum of the Moving Image, Astoria, NY

2017

• Cinémathèque française, Orphans 2017 / Oprhelines de Paris, “Tests,essais et expérimentations,” Paris, France
• Faro Aragón, “Clase Magistral de Bill Brand,” talk on Masstransiscope, Mexico City, Mexico
• Cineteca Nacional and Filmoteca UNAM, “Taller: La preservación como acto creativo con Bill Brand,” hosted by LEC Laboratorio Experimental de Cine, Mexico City, Mexico
• Museo Tamayo, “Conversación con Bill Brand,” Clausura Tacita Dean y residencia LEC Laboratorio Experimental de Cine, Mexico City, Mexico
• Centro de Pesquisa e Formação, SESC, “A Preservação Audiovisual Como Ato Criativo” lecture, São Paulo, Brazil

2016

• CRATER-Lab,Barcelona, Spain
• Mono No Aware, Titling Workshop, Brooklyn, NY

2015

• Orphan Film Syposium 10, Culpeper, Virgina
• Mono No Aware, JK Optical Printing Workshop, Brooklyn, NY

2014

New York Film Festival, The Art of Preservation in Transition (panel discussion) , Film Center Amphitheater, New York, NY

2012

• The Museum of Modern Art, "An Evening with Saul Levine," New York, NY
• La Fundación de Arte Contemporáneo de Montevideo, Uruguay
• Centro de Documentactión y Estudios Avanzados de Arte Conteporáneo, "Seminario Bill Brand," Murcia, Spain
• Off Limits, "Cine hecho a mano: Charla sobre cine familiar," Madrid, Spain
• Orphan Film Symposium, "Making Films at AT&T/Bell Labs 1967-1980," Museum of the Moving Image, Astoria, NY

2010

• Orphan Film Symposium 2010, NY
• "Critical Mass: The Legacy of Hollis Frampton," University of Chicago

2009

• New York Transit Museum, NY
• Fundacion de Arte Contemporáneo, Montevideo, Uruguay

2008

• Museum of Modern Art, NY, "To Save and Project: The Sixth MoMA International Festival of Film Preservation," introducing Hollis Frampton's magnum opus, "Hapax Legomena I-VII" (1971-72)

2007

• Pacific Film Archive, Avant-Garde Preservation Series, Berkeley, CA
• Northwest Film Study Center, workshop on film and video preservation, Portland, OR

2006

• New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, “Media Mavericks”, guest artist, New York

2004

• Princeton University, "Gloria! The Legacy of Hollis Frampton" conference, moderated panel on “The Algorithmic Aesthetic: Frampton as Digital Pioneer”
• Association of Moving Image Archivists annual conference, Minneapolis,  exhibition and panelist for "Fixing the Moment: Preserving Expanded Cinema." Talk titled “Artist as Archivist: A Preservation Pickle”
• Art in General, "Through our Eyes," exhibition and panel discussion, organized by Jo Wood-Brown, NY


TELEVISION SHOWINGS OF HOME LESS HOME 1991-95

• WNET, New York, "Independent Focus"
• ZDF, Germany
• Denmarks Radio, Denmark
• RTE, Ireland
• SBS, Australia
• CDN, Canada
• NHK, Japan
• Super Channel, England

TELEVISION & RADIO ABOUT MASSTRANSISCOPE

• WNET, Treasures of New York. Art Underground, Special television broadcast aired periodically since 2012
• National Public Radio, Science Friday, Making 'Masstransiscope' (listen now) 
• BBC Radio 5 - Up all Night Dotun Adebayo and Tara Gidomski discuss Masstransiscope with creator Bill Brand.
• WNYC, "Brooklyn Magazine", NYC, April 9, 1982
• Fuji Telecasting Co., "Science and Art", Itsuo Sakane, Tokyo, March 6, 1982
• WPIX, "Action News", Frank Casey, NYC, Sept. 19 & 21, 1980
• NBC, National Network News, "John Chancelor Show," Sept. 18, 1980
• NBC, "Channel 4 News", NYC, Sept. 17, 1980

EDUCATION

• Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, B.A., 1972 (Art)
• The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, M.F.A., 1974 (Film)

 TEACHING

• Hampshire College, Professor Emeritus of Film and Photography (1991-Present)
• New York University, Cinema Studies, graduate Moving Image Archiving and Preservation, Adjunct Professor (2005-Present)
• School of Visual Arts, New York City, Summer Session (1987)
• San Francisco Art Institute, Summer Session (1986)
• Hunter College, CUNY, New York City, Adjunct Assistant Professor (1985-87)
• Collective for Living Cinema, Optical Printing Workshops (1980-90)
• Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY, Faculty in Filmmaking (1975-85)
• S.U.N.Y. at Buffalo, Summer Session, Center for Media Study (1976)
• S.U.N.Y. at Binghamton, Instructor, Advanced Filmmaking Workshop (1974)
• The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Instructor, Summer Session (1973)

FILMOGRAPHY/VIDEOGRAPHY

• HUEVOS A LA MEXICANA [color, sound, HD, 13 minutes] (2018)
• ORCHARD - MARKET [color, silent, HD, 16 minute loop] (2016)
• ORNITHOLOGY 4  [color, silent, HD, 30 second loop] (2015)
• DOWN THE ALLEY  [color, sound, HD, 8 minutes] (2011)• DOWN THE ALLEY  [color, sound, HD, 8 minutes] (2011)
• SUSIE’S GHOST [color, sound, 16mm, 7 minutes] in collaboration with Ruthie Marantz (2011)
• SICÓMORO [color, sound, HD, 5 minutes] text by Carolina Noblega (2011)
• RAMPLA JUNIORS [color, sound, HD, 16 minutes] (2011)
• MISTAKES, OUT TAKES AND GOOD DEEDS [3 projector film and video installation] (2006)
• SWAN'S ISLAND [color, sound, 16mm, 5 minutes] co- directed with Katy Martin (2005)
• SUITE [color, sound DV video, 29 minutes] (1996-2003). Includes:
• MY FATHER’S LEG [color, silent, DV video, 3 minutes]
• INTERIOR OUTPOST [color, sound, DV video, 10 minutes]
• MOXIBUTION [color, sound, DV video, 8 1/2 minutes]
• DOUBLE NEPHRECTOMY [color, sound, DV video, 4 minutes]
• GAZELLE [color, sound, DV video, 3 1/2 minutes]
• SKINSIDE OUT [color, sound, 16mm, 10 minutes] co- directed with Katy Martin (2002)
• I’M A PILOT LIKE YOU [color, sound DV video, 40 minutes] co- directed with Ruth Hardinger (2000)
• DIALYSIS, LIVING WITH CHOICES [color, sound, DV video, 15 minutes] made with students at Hampshire College (1997)
• HOUSING DISCRIMINATION PROJECT [color, sound, video, 8 minutes] made with students at Hampshire College (1996)
• HUMAN RESOURCES UNLIMITED [color, sound, video, 6 minutes] made with students at Hampshire College (1995)
• HOME LESS HOME [color, sound, 75 minutes] (1990)
• COALFIELDS [color, sound, 39 minutes] (1984)
• TRACY'S FAMILY FOLK FESTIVAL [color, sound, 10 minutes] (1983)
• CHUCK'S WILL'S WIDOW [color, silent, 13 minutes] (1982)
• SPLIT DECISION [color, sound, 15 minutes] (1979)
• WORKS IN THE FIELD [color, silent, 40 minutes] (1978)
• T.F.W. MARCH FOR HUMAN RIGHTS [color, sound, 7 minutes] (1977)
• THE TRAIL TO KOSKIMO, HIS FIRST HUNT [color, sound, 35 minutes] (1976)
• CARTOONS [color and b/w, sound and silent, 40 minutes total] (1974-75). Includes:
• AN ANGRY DOG [color, silent, 5 1/2 minutes] (1974)
• IT DAWN DOWN [color, silent, 5 1/2 minutes] (1974)
• THE CENTRAL FINGER [color, silent, 5 1/2 minutes] (1974)
•  BEFORE THE FACT [color, sound, 6 minutes] made with Saul Levine and Students at S.U.N.Y. at Binghamton (1974)
• THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN [color, silent, 4 minutes] (1975)
• NEW YORK STATE PRIMARIES [color, sound, 5 1/2 minutes] (1975)
• STILL AT WORK [color, sound, 4 minutes] (1975)
• DEMOLITION OF A WALL [b/w, sound, 30 minutes] (1973)
• TOUCH TONE PHONE FILM [b/w, sound, 8 minutes] (1973)
• ACTS OF LIGHT [color, sound, 55 minutes total] (1972-74).  Includes:
• CIRCLES OF CONFUSION [color, sound, 15 minutes] (1974)
• ANGULAR MOMENTUM [color, sound, 20 minutes] (1973)
• RATE OF CHANGE [color, sound, 18 minutes] (1972)
• MOMENT [b/w, sound, 25 minutes] (1972)
• ZIP-TONE-CAT-TUNE [color, silent, 8 minutes] (1972)
• PONG PING PONG [film and sound environment, b/w, sound, 25 minutes] (1971)
• ALWAYS OPEN/NEVER CLOSED [color, silent, 13 minutes] (1971)
• TREE [b/w, sound, 8 minutes] (1970)
• ORGANIC AFGHAN [color, sound, 4 minutes] (1969)

WORKS IN THE COLLECTION OF: 

• Smithsonian American Art Museum, DC
• Archives du Film Experimental D'Avignon, France
• Carnegie Institute, Museum of Art, Pittsbrugh, PA
• Espace Gantner, Belfort, France
• Royal Film Archives of Belgium, Brussels, Belgium
• New York Public Library, NYC
• Educational Film Library Association, NYC
• Rochester Public Library, Rochester, NY
• The Toledo Lucas County Public Library, Toledo, Ohio
• West Virginia Library Commission, Charleston, WV
• University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, PR
• The School of the Art Institute of Chicago Film Center, Chicago, IL
• Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio
• Hampshire College/ Five-College Film Collection, Amherst, MA

AWARDS:

• Anthology Film Archives Film Preservation Honoree (2006)
• Hampshire College, MacArthur Chair (1994-97)
• Blue Ribbon for Home Less Home, American Film and Video Festival (1991)
• Ann Arbor Film Festival (1985)
• Three River Arts Festival, Pittsburgh, PA (1983)
• Certificate of Merit, The Municipal Art Society of New York for Masstransiscope (1981)

ORGANIZATIONS:

• Board of Advisors, Mono No Aware, (2017-present)
• Board of Trustees, Flaherty Film Seminar (2008-15)
• Parabola Arts Foundation, Inc. founding member and artist director (1982-present)
• 30th Black Maria Film and Video Festival, Juror (2011)
• NEA/Open Society Artlink, Visual Arts Panelist (1997)
• Mass. College of Art, Peer Review Panel for Media and Performing Arts Dept (1996)
• New England Film Festival, Jurist (1992)
• Jerome Foundation NYC Film/Video Panelist (1989-91)
• National Endowment for the Arts/ Jerome Foundation Midwest Regional Film/Video Panelist (1988, 1989)
• Collective for Living Cinema,Children's Film programmer (1987-90)
• Collective For Living Cinema, Board of Directors, Treasurer (1985-91)
• New York State Council on the Arts, Film Panelist (1985-88)
• Call Against U.S. Intervention in Central America, film and steering committees (1983)
• Ventana, Artists for Nicaraguan Culture, founding member (1983)
• Chicago Filmmakers, Chicago, IL, founder (Filmgroup at N.A.M.E. Gallery) (1973)

GRANTS:

• New York University Adjunct Faculty Development Grants (2012-2017)
• Hampshire College Faculty Development Grants (1992-2011)
• Josef and Anni Albers Foundation for restoration of Masstransiscope (2005)
• Massachusetts Cultural Council, Film Production (1995)
• National Endowment for the Arts, film production (1990)
• New York Foundation for the Arts, fellowship in film (1990)
• New York State Council on the Arts, Production Assistance Grant (1989)
• New York Council for the Humanities (1989)
• Art Matters Inc. (1989)
• North Star Fund (1989)
• New York State Council on the Arts, Production Assistance Grant (1987)
• New York Foundation for the Arts, fellowship in film (1985)
• Jerome Foundation (1984)
• American Film Institute, Independent Filmmaker Program (1982)
• National Endowment for the Arts, Art in Public Places/ Planning Grant for Artists (1978-79)
• New York State Council on the Arts, Production Assistance Grant (1978-79)
• Creative Artists Public Services (CAPS), film section (1978-79)