I work on numerous educational projects as an artist and scholar. These include guest teaching at universities, including in the Graduate Program in Social Art Practice and the Graduate Design Program of California College of the Arts, in Public Art at UC Santa Cruz, and elsewhere; being on the committees for two excellent Master's Thesis - Michael Lucenkiw's Flora Machina: A Defensible Cyborg Landscape for his Masters of Landscape Architecture, University of Manitoba in 2014; and Mabel Negrete's When the Invisible Punishing Machine is Everywhere: How Mechanism of Social Control (Mass Incarceration, Institutionalized Racism, Slavery and Repression) in the USA Shapes the Individual as Well as the Social Space for her Masters of Science in Art, Culture and Technology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston in 2011; being a professional mentor for MAWA: Mentoring Artists for Women in the Arts in Winnipeg; and being an informal mentor to numerous artists.
2019 Temporary Utopias in the Necro-Techno Complex. In the 2019 Summer Institute of Performance Studies, Bring It In: Transnational Feminisms in Practice, of the Center for Global Culture and Communication & the Department of Performance Studies at Northwestern University, Chicago.
2018 Temporary Utopias in the Extractocene. Taught as part of the Pocha Nostra 10-day interdisciplinary workshop at SOMArts exploring the concept of the “city in ruins” and artist-driven responses to the predatory politics of urban land-use.
2017 A Pluriversal Approach to Practice. University of San Francisco. For Cesar Chavez Activism Week: Arte, Accion y Activismo.
2016 Decolonizing Academic and Aesthetic Practices. University of California at Davis. For the ‘Unsettling Performance’ group of the Performance Studies Doctoral Program.
2015-16 Mapping Myself: Decolonizing Art Practices. Program design, curriculum design, and teaching through 2-dimensional, digital and storytelling media. Sited this project with Indigenous youth at the Ndinawe Youth Resource Center, Winnipeg. Developed with funding and support from Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Art Gallery, and Thomas Sill Foundation, Canada.
tech safety for activists AND COMMUNITY: A FREE VIRAL WORKSHOP
2017 KALA Art Institute, Berkeley, California, as part of Jennifer Wofford's installation Mettle Detection.
2017 California Institute for Integral Studies, San Francisco, California
2017 University of California at Davis, Davis, California
ART, practice, politics
2019 Dissident Bodies: Activism Beyond Citizenship and the State. Workgroup co-convener/co-leader. Mexico City, Mexico Encuentro of the Hemispheric Institute for Performance & Politics in the Americas. With Dr. Peter Kulchyski.
2017 Liveness. Co-taught with Theo Pelmus and Kristin Snowbird, LIVE 2017 Biennale, Vancouver, Canada
2016 Dissident Bodies: Activism Beyond Citizenship and the State. Workgroup co-convener/co-leader. Santiago, Chile Encuentro of the Hemispheric Institute for Performance & Politics in the Americas. With Drs. Peter Kulchyski and Smaro Kamboureli.
2014 Artist as Repertoire. Workgroup co-convener/co-leader. Montreal, Canada Encuentro of the Hemispheric Institute for Performance & Politics in the Americas. With Drs. Serna & Crowe.