Work Diary

Work Diary

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Miranda July is a filmmaker, artist, and writer. She wrote, directed and starred in the films The Future (2011) and You Me and Everyone We Know (2005), which won a special jury prize at the Sundance Film Festival and four prizes at the Cannes Film Festival, including the Camera d’Or. July’s fiction has appeared in The Paris Review, Harper’s, and The New Yorker; her collection of stories, No One Belongs Here More Than You (Scribner, 2007), won the Frank O’Connor International Short Story Award and has been published in twenty-six countries. The non-fictional It Chooses You (McSweeney’s) was published in 2011. In 2000 July created the seminal participatory website, Learning to Love You More, with artist Harrell Fletcher and a companion book was published in 2007 (Prestel); the work is now in collection of The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. July’s videos, performances, and web-based projects have been presented at sites such as the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim Museum and in two Whitney Biennials. She designed Eleven Heavy Things, an interactive sculpture garden, for the 2009 Venice Biennale; it was also presented in Union Square in New York (2010) and by Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles (2011). In 2013 104,897 people from 170 countries subscribed to her email-based artwork, We Think Alone (commissioned by Magasin 3, Stockholm.) July’s first novel, The First Bad Man, will be published by Scribner in early 2015. Raised in Berkeley, California, she lives in Los Angeles.

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Miranda July
PO Box 26596
Los Angeles, CA 90026
USA

For information about screening MJ’s short movies: info-at-vdb.org

For lecture and speaking requests, please contact:
Steven Barclay Agency
12 Western Avenue Petaluma, CA 94952 USA
Tel 707-773-0654
Fax 707-778-1868
steven-at-barclayagency.com

For literary requests, contact:

The Wylie Agency
250 West 57th Street, Suite 2114, New York, NY 10107
Tel 212-246-0069
Fax 212-586-8953
mail-at-wylieagency.com

For film and talent requests, contact:
United Talent Agency
9336 Civic Center Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Tel 310-273-6700
Fax 310-247-1111

For all other inquiries: secretary-at-mirandajuly.com

11/20/2014

NEW SOCIETY at Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH

10/30/2014

NEW SOCIETY at the WALKER ART CENTER, Minneapolis

10/24/2014

ALIEN SHE, Curated by Astria Suparak + Ceci Moss, at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA

10/15/2014

Vroman’s Bookstore presents Lena Dunham and her collection of essays, Not That Kind of Girl, Interviewed by Miranda July

10/10/2014

The Golden State: Panel at the New Yorker Festival With MICHAEL CHABON, RYAN COOGLER, and ROBERT TOWNE

10/09/2014

Somebody: An Evening with Miranda July at the New Museum, New York

10/02/2014

The Miranda ...

2014

Somebody ...

08/28/2014

Somebody Premiere at the Venice Film Festival

06/28/2014

Somebody short film shoot in partnership with Miu Miu

06/09/2014

TV short story published in New Yorker fiction issue

06/14/2014

Read for Eli Horowitz’s Silent History at the Echo Park Time Travel Mart

06/03/2014

Read Janet Frame’s Prizes for New Yorker fiction podcast

05/03/2014

Appropriation / Collaboration: Christian Marclay / Harrell Fletcher & Miranda July at the University of Michigan Museum of Art

04/27/2014

Lecture at Boston University

04/04/2014

In Mid-Air essay for Akademie X, Phaidon Press

07/30/2014

Contributed Mother’s Nightmare to Photographer’s Playbook: 307 Assignments and Ideas, edited by Jason Fulford & Gregory Halpern, published by Aperture

03/14/2014

Finished copy edits on first novel The First Bad Man

04/14/2014

You Reach Out—Right Now—for Something: Questioning the Concept of Fashion by Nakako Hayashi, Contemporary Art Gallery, Mito, Japan

02/18/2014

Shoot for Ginza Magazine with(out) Takashi Homma

02/11/2014

My Autobiography, lecture at Hendrix College, conway, AK

02/13/2014

Writer in Residence, University Central Arkansas

01/31/2014

Objects without Meaning photoshoot AW14 Collection

01/14/2014

Sundance Film Festival Artist Edition Scarf

11/17/2013

LOST CHILD! at Columbus College of Art and Design, Columbus, OH

11/06/2013

Shoot for Women In Clothes with Molly Ringwald and Co.

10/05/2013

Performed SOCIETY (work in progress) at Institute of Contemporary Art Boston, MA

10/04/2013

New Yorker Festival, NY

09/21/2013

Alien She, curated by Astria Suparak & Ceci Moss, Carnegie Mellon Unversity

08/22/2013

Player on Can You Guess What This Is?, New York Times Opinionator column

07/01/2013

WE THINK ALONE ...

06/15/2013

Reading, University of Tampa MFA ‘Lectores’ Speaker Series, Florida

04/01/2013

Stand Up Comedy video for rachelcomey.com

03/16/2013

Spinning the Word: Sophie Calle and Miranda July show, featuring The Hallway installation Hara Museum ARC, Japan

02/01/2013

More Love: Art, Politics, and Sharing since the 1990s, Ackland Museum of Art, North Carolina

09/30/2013

Undisguised Woman introduction for Cindy Sherman: Untitled Horrors, published Hatje Cantz/Moderna Museet

01/19/2013

Japanese premiere of The Future

12/01/2012

Collaboration with On Paper Magazine, Henrik Nielsen & Andreas Omvik

12/05/2012

Seattle Arts & Lectures

11/02/2012

90 Days, 90 Reasons, Obama Campaign

11/01/2012

New Yorker Fiction Podcast: David Sedaris Reads Miranda July’s Roy Spivey

11/29/2012

The Future on DVD

11/29/2012

In conversation with Joshuah Bearman about It Chooses You at Central Library, Downtown LA through ALOUD, LFLA

11/18/2012

Creative Minds, Connecticut Forum

11/18/2012

The Future screened at Ghent Film Festival

11/17/2012

It Chooses You book published

11/17/2012

Grand Opening of Partners & Spade It Chooses You shop

11/14/2012

Talk at Ukrainian National Federation, Montreal

11/08/2012

Guest editor, Du Magazine

10/27/2012

German Premiere of The Future

10/23/2012

Sermon on Strangers at The School of Life, London

10/22/2012

BFI London Film Festival Masterclass, London

10/20/2012

The Future at London Film Festival

10/18/2012

The Auction (performance) at Center for the Art of Performance, UCLA

04/30/2012

Awarded Kindle Project’s Makers Muse Award

04/12/2012

Italian premiere of The Future

02/25/2012

The Auction (performance), San Francisco Jewish Community Center

11/30/2011

Appeared on City Arts & Lectures in conversation with Julia Bryan-Wilson

11/16/2011

It Chooses You at Selected Shorts

2011

It Chooses You ...

11/01/2011

Lost Child! reprint of 100 copies published by Nieves

10/22/2011

The Future screening and Q&A at Tate Modern, London

10/10/2011

Shoplifting to Stay Free, The New Yorker

09/20/2011

Swedish Premiere of The Future, Stockholm International Film Festival

09/16/2011

Learning To Love You More at Pace Gallery and Pace/MacGill Gallery

08/01/2011

The Future at Melbourne International Film Festival

07/31/2011

The Future at Durban International Film Festival

07/23/2011

Eleven Heavy Things, MOCA at Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles

07/14/2011

Movie Night with Miranda July: Jane Campion Shorts at IFC Center

04/29/2011

The Future at Boston International Film Festival

2009

Eleven Heavy Things ...

04/23/2011

The Future at SF International Film Festival

03/13/2011

The Future at SXSW Film Festival, Austin, TX

02/16/2011

pieces from Joanie4Jackie featured in Looking at Music 3.0 exhibition at MOMA

02/15/2011

The Future Premiere in competition at Berlinale (Berlin, Germany)

2011

The Future ...

07/29/2011

The Future (USA release)

01/21/2011

The Future Premiere at Sundance Film Festival (Park City, Utah)

01/16/2011

SNARLA zines sold to MOMA

09/01/2010

Majesty featured in I Found This Funny, Edited by Judd Apatow, published by McSweeney’s

09/10/2010

Picture locked on The Future

06/29/2010

Eleven Heavy Things, interactive sculptural work, Center Lawn, Union Square Park, New York

04/22/2010

Learning To Love You More included in the SFMOMA collection

03/20/2010

The Hallway installed at Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo

10/01/2009

Cal Arts Visiting Artist lecture

09/09/2009

Governor at Toronto International Film Festival’s Talent Lab

07/04/2007

Pennysaver interviews begin

07/02/2009

Looked at Washington Sq. Park for site of Eleven Heavy Things

06/16/2009

Extras shoot with Roe Etheridge for Vice

06/20/2009

New draft of “Satisfaction” (original title for The Future)

06/07/2009

Eleven Heavy Things, interactive sculptural work, Venice Biennale 53rd International Art Exhibition, Venice, Italy

03/07/2009

Brainwave, discussion with Columbia University psychologist George Bonanno, Rubin Museum of Art, NYC

02/20/2009

Every Single Thing You Know, taught workshop with students ages 8 to 14, 826LA East, Echo Park, CA

11/20/2007

The Sister, audio reading from NBHMTY, When Absence Becomes Presence (Exhibition), Washington Project for the Arts, Washington DC

10/07/2007

Facilitated audience participation for David Byrne show, Davies Hall, San Francisco, CA

09/24/2008

Taught class with Mike Mills at the Fondazione Claudio Buziol, Venice, Italy

09/01/2008

QPB New Voices Award for No One Belongs Here More Than You

2008

The Hallway ...

09/13/2008

The Hallway installation made for the Yokohama 2008: International Triennale of Contemporary Art, Yokohama, Japan

06/01/2008

No One Belongs Here More Than You/É claro que você sabe do que estou falando, Brazilian edition, published by Ediouro

04/23/2008

Occupying Territory, featuring Haysha Royko, Istanbul Museum of Modern Art, Istanbul, Turkey

04/01/2008

No One Belongs Here More Than You/Ingen Hör Hemma Här Mer Än Du, Swedish edition, published by Alfabeta

03/29/2008

The Way That We Rhyme: Women, Art & Politics, featuring Joanie 4 Jackie related materials and explanatory video, Yerba Buena Center for The Arts, San Francisco, CA

03/20/2008

Writer and performer in How to Make a Button (web video), directed by Saul Levitz, VBS.TV

02/01/2008

No One Belongs Here More Than You/Zehn Wahrheiten, German edition, published by Diogenes

01/08/2007

Something That Needs Nothing featured in My Mistress’s Sparrow is Dead, edited by Jeffrey Eugenides, published by Harper

01/02/2008

Roy Spivey featured in The Book of Other People, edited by Zadie Smith, published by Penguin

12/03/2007

No One Belongs Here More Than You/Un Bref Instant de Romantisme, French language book release reception, hosted by Flammarion and Colette, Paris

12/06/2007

Thermostat: Video and the Pacific Northwest, featuring Nest of Tens, The Amateurist, Atlanta, Getting Stronger Every Day, Art Basel Miami Beach, Art Video Lounge, Miami Beach Botanical Gardens

12/06/2007

Uncertain States of America Exhibition, Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague

11/10/2007

Amateurist DVD with original production notes auctioned at “Small Works for Big Change” fundraiser to benefit the Sylvia Rivera Law Project, Sara Meltzer Gallery, NYC.

11/04/2007

Featured in Cinema Now, by Andrew Bailey, published by Taschen

10/06/2007

Learning to Love You More Exhibition, curated by Miranda July and Harrell Fletcher, the Journal Gallery, NYC

10/05/2007

Miranda July and A. M. Homes have a conversation about Deviants, New Yorker Festival, Anthology Film Archives, NYC

09/23/2007

Frank O’Connor International Short Story Award for No One Belongs Here More Than You, Cork, Ireland

2007

Learning to Love You More ...

09/03/2007

Reading/Performance, Bumbershoot, Seattle

09/20/2007

Learning to Love You More book published

09/03/2007

Getting Stronger Every Day, The Amatuerist, and Nest of Tens screened at Bumbershoot / 1 Reel Film Festival, Seattle

09/01/2007

Oliver Family Learning to Love You More Exhibition, Bumbershoot, Seattle

08/23/2007

Learning to Love You More Exhibition, curated by CCA curatorial students, MU, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

08/13/2007

The Thing Quarterly, object designer

06/30/2007

Getting Stronger Every Day screening, Ersta Konsthall (Stockholm, Sweden)

06/23/2007

Another Magazine / photo shoot with MJ lookalikes, assigned by Jan Family

06/16/2007

Three posters hand-painted for McSweeney’s Auction

06/11/2007

No One Belongs Here More Than You reading, Spazio Krizia, Milan

06/07/2007

No One Belongs Here More Than You reading, John Adams Institute (Amsterdam)

06/04/2007

No One Belongs Here More Than You reading, Serpentine Gallery, London

06/03/2007

No One Belongs Here More Than You interview with Ariane Kroek, Hay Festival, Wales

06/01/2007

No One Belongs Here More Than You/Neimand Hoort Hier Meer Dan Jij , Dutch edition, published by De Bezige Bij

05/25/2007

Live from the NYPL with special guests David Byrne and Becky Stark, NYC

05/22/2007

No One Belongs Here More Than You reading, 192 Books, NYC

05/18/2007

No One Belongs Here More Than You reading with guest Becky Stark, PICA at the First Congregational Church, Portland

05/17/2007

No One Belongs Here More Than You Reading, a party at Neumo’s hosted by the Stranger with special guest Becky Stark, Seattle

05/16/2007

No One Belongs Here More Than You reading, Modern Times, San Francisco

05/15/2007

No One Belongs Here More Than You reading, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

05/15/2007

No One Belongs Here More Than You/Tu Più di Chiunque Altro, Italian edition, published by Feltrinelli

2007

No One Belongs Here More Than You ...

05/15/2007

No One Belongs Here More Than You, U.K. edition, published by Canongate

05/15/2007

No One Belongs Here More Than You, short stories, U.S. edition, published by Scribner

05/01/2007

Performed in Blonde Redhead video “Top Ranking” dir. Mike Mills

04/30/2007

National Magazine Award for Fiction finalist, 2006, Something That Needs Nothing (The New Yorker, Sept. 18, 2006)

04/28/2007

Auction performed at Believer Night at the PEN Festival, New York

04/14/2007

Miranda plays the typewriter in The Sads at Family, Los Angeles, CA

04/11/2007

Auction performed + performance by and conversation with Phil Elverum of the Microphones/Mt. Eerie, CalArts, Valencia, CA

04/03/2007

No One Belongs Here More Than You website launch

03/01/2007

Things We Don’t Understand and Definitely Are Not Going to Talk About performed, The Kitchen, New York

02/25/2007

God’s Love, audio-piece, Me and You and Everyone We Know, Getting Stronger Every Day, Nest of Tens, The Amateurist, and Atlanta screened, “Pretty Baby”, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

02/01/2001

Essay on Things We Don’t Understand and Definitely Are Not Going to Talk About, 1000 Words, published in ArtForum

01/03/2007

Getting Stronger Every Day, screening; along with sound works: “Crowd,” “Driving,” “Peanut,” “The Man on the Stairs,” “Peanut Two,” “Louis,” “God’s Love, “It was Romance,” “Chinese Fruit,” “Thea,” “Independent Crime,” “Bruce Lee”, Uncertain States of America, Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia

01/01/2007

The Swim Team, short story, published in Harper’s

10/01/2006

Majesty, published in McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern, Issue 2

11/01/2006

How to Tell Stories to Children, short story, published in Zoetrope All-Story

11/06/2006

Monologue from Things We Don’t Understand and Definitely Are Not Going to Talk About at Sundance Institute 25th Anniversary Gala, Metropolitan Pavilion, New York

10/23/2006

Things We Don’t Understand and Definitely Are Not Going to Talk About, work-in-progress, Project Artaud Theater, a benefit for the San Francisco Cinematheque, San Francisco, CA

10/11/2006

The Best American Nonrequired Reading, edited by Dave Eggers, (Contributor, Me and You and Everyone We Know, screenplay excerpt), Houghton Mifflin

10/05/2006

Aurora Award Honoree Gala, Aurora Picture Show, Houston, TX

09/18/2006

Something That Needs Nothing, short story, published in The New Yorker

2006

Things We Don’t Understand and Definitely Are Not Going to Talk About ...

8/11/2006

Things We Don’t Understand and Definitely Are Not Going to Talk About (Work in Progress), Steve Allen Theater, Los Angeles, CA

08/10/2006

Uncertain States of America (Art Exhibition), Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo, Norway

06/15/2005

Guest Performer in Leftover Stories to Tell: A Tribute to Spalding Gray, Royce Hall, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA

11/01/2005

The Shared Patio, short story published published in Zoetrope All-Story

2005

Awarded Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Most Promising Performer for Me and You and Everyone We Know

2005

Awarded Russell Smith Award by Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association for Me and You and Everyone We Know

2005

Gotham Awards Nominee for Me and You and Everyone We Know: Best Film and Breakthrough Director Award

2005

Independent Spirit Awards Nominee for Me and You and Everyone We Know: Best First Feature and Best First Screenplay

2005

Newport International Film Festival winner for Me and You and Everyone We Know: Audience Award (Best Feature) and Jury Award (Best Director)

2005

Philadelphia Film Festival winner for Me and You and Everyone We Know: Best First Time Director

2005

San Francisco International Film Festival winner for Me and You and Everyone We Know: SKYY Prize and Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature

2005

Stockholm Film Festival winner for Me and You and Everyone We Know: Best Directorial Debut

07/01/2005

The Boy from Lam Kien, Chapbook, published by Cloverfield Press

05/01/2005

Awarded Camera d’Or for best first feature film at Cannes Film Festival for Me and You and Everyone We Know, Cannes, France

2005

Are You The Favorite Person of Anyone? ...

2005

Me and You and Everyone We Know ...

01/17/2004

Me and You and Everyone We Know Awarded “Originality of Vision Award” at Sundance Film Festival, Park City, UT

01/15/2005

Me and You and Everyone We Know, feature film, 90 minutes, Sundance Premiere

09/10/2004

Played “Debbie” in Alamo radio play by Rick Moody, WNYC

05/03/2004

TopTen published in ArtForum

2002

Monthly recordings, commissioned by NPR member station WYNC for program “The Next Big Thing”

05/30/2004

Learning to Love You More featured in Whitney Biennial

2004

The Independent Crime Crime Crime Crime Crime, featured in FILE Hipersonica, Electronic Language International Festival, Sao Paulo, Brazil

2004

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at Dialogue with Pop Video Art, Spaceworks @ the Tank, New York

2004

National Magazine Award nominee, Profiles

2004

Sundance/NHK International Filmmaker’s Award (American recipient)

04/01/2004

The Man On The Stairs, published in Fence

09/01/2003

Making Love in 2003, short story, The Paris Review No. 167

09/01/2003

It Was Romance, short story, published in the Harvard Review 25

2003

No One Belongs Here More Than You (solo exhibition), Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder, CO

2003

Go You Good Thing (solo exhibition), Thomas Landowski Gallery, Seattle, WA

04/01/2003

Birthmark, short story, The Paris Review No. 165

04/01/2003

This Person, short story, published in Bridge Magazine

04/01/2003

The Moves, published in Tin House, Issue #15

2003

Sundance Institute Screenwriter’s Lab Fellow

2003

Sundance Institute Director’s Lab Fellow

2003

Haysha Royko ...

06/06/2003

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at Atlanta Film Festival, Atlanta, GA

04/23/2003

Performance at The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA

2003

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at 25 Hours, Barcelona, Spain

2003

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at Image Forum Festival, Park Tower Hall, Nishi-Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan

2003

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at Rencontres International, Paris, France and Berlin, Germany

2003

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at Transmediale, Berlin, Germany

08/18/2014

Collaborative Residency / Solo Exhibition, F.A.C.T. Center, Liverpool, UK

2003

Presentation and Learning to Love You More collaboration, Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol, UK

Presentation and Learning to Love You More collaboration, Dartington Arts, Devon, UK

02/24/2003

MediaScope presentation, Museum of Modern Art, Gramercy Theater, New York, NY

02/20/2003

Performance at College Art Association Conference, New York, NY

2003

Nest of Tens screened at Image Forum Festival, Goethe Institute, Kyoto, Japan

2003

The Amateurist screened at American Dream, Ronald Feldman Gallery, New York, NY

2003

The Amateurist screened at Image Forum Festival, Yokohama Museum, Japan

02/12/2003

The Amateurist screened at Stunt, Helsinki City Art Museum, Helsinki, Finland

2001

Getting Stronger Everyday ...

02/03/2003

Lecture and performance at Arts Technology Center, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM

10/11/2002

The Swan Tool, On The Boards, Seattle, WA

10/05/2002

Performance at Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria, BC

09/22/2002

Performance, Scottish Rite Theater, Austin, TX, following a performance by Forcefield (the Providence, RI-based art collective), Cinematexas International Short Film Festival

05/26/2002

The Drifters (sound installation), commissioned for the Whitney Biennale, Whitney Museum, New York

05/26/2002

Nest of Tens screened as part of the Whitney Biennale, Whitney Museum, NY

2002

Creative Capital Foundation Grant, Emerging Fields

2002

Learning to Love You More ...

07/01/2002

Guest Editor, Independent Film & Video Monthly, insert on experimental film

04/02/2002

How Will I Know Her? ...

04/11/2002

Artist in Residence, Taos Talking Picture Festival, Taos, NM

2002

Artist in Residence, I.C.E, University of Georgia, Athens

2002

Artist in Residence, Miami Beach Senior High, Miami, FL

2002

The Swan Tool performance at Diverse Works, Houston, TX

2002–2003

How I Learned to Draw ...

2002

The Swan Tool performance at Miami-Dade Community College, Miami, FL

2002

The Swan Tool performance at Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA

2002

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at New York Video Festival, New York, NY

2002

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN

2002

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at Annexia, Toulouse, France

2002

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at Video in Studio, Vancouver, British Columbia

2002

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA

2002

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at Columbia Art College, Chicago, IL

03/06/2002

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at New York Underground Film Festival, New York, NY

2002

Getting Stronger Every Day and Nest of Tens screened at Taos Talking Picture Festival, Taos, NM

2002

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at The Institute for Cinema and Culture, Iowa City, IA

2002

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at Dallas Video Festival, Dallas, TX

2002

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at Videoex, Zurich, Switzerland and Berlin, Germany

2002

Nest of Tens screened at Annexia, Toulouse, France

2002

Nest of Tens screened as part of Gimme Shelter, curated by Rita Gonzalez, Museo Tamayo, Mexico

2002

The Amateurist screened at Smart Project Space, Amsterdam, Netherlands

03/01/2002

Jack and Al, published in Mississippi Review Issue 30.3, edited by Rick Moody

04/19/2001

Story credit for Center of the World (feature film), dir. Wayne Wang (Artisan)

2001

Main Prize and Prize of the Jury of the North Rhine-Westphalia Goverment Ministry of Urban Development and Housing, Culture and Sport for Nest of Tens, Oberhausen Short Film Festival, Oberhausen, Germany

12/05/2001

The Swan Tool, performance at The Kitchen, New York, NY

10/05/2001

The Swan Tool, The Wexner Center for The Arts, Columbus, OH

2001

The Swan Tool, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, iEar Series, Troy, NY

2001

The Swan Tool, The Rotterdam International Film Festival, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

2001

The Swan Tool, Kunsthalle Exnergasse (co-presented by Austria Film Coop), Vienna, Austria

2001

The Swan Tool, The Institute of Contemporary Art (co-presented by The Lux Centre), London, UK

2001

The Swan Tool, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, Portland, OR

06/20/2001

The Swan Tool, Theater Communications Group National Conference, Philadelphia, PA

2001

The Swan Tool, Cinematexas, Austin, TX

2001

The Swan Tool, Theater Artaud, San Francisco, CA

2001

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at Pandaemonium Festival, London, UK

2001

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at Impakt Festival, Utrecht

2001

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at “Dirges and Sturgeons”, curated by Astria Suparak, Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY

2001

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at Tranz-Tech Video Bienniel, Toronto, Canada

2001

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at Peripheral Produce Invitationals, Portland, OR

2001

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at Vancouver Underground Film Festival, Vancouver, Canada

2001

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at Chicago Filmmakers Co-op, Chicago, IL

2001

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at Blinding Light, Vancouver, British Columbia

2001

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at Media City, Windsor, Ontario

2001

Getting Stronger Every Day screened at University of Cincinnati, OH

03/02/2001

Nest of Tens screened at Drama Queens: Women behind the Camera, Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY

2001

Nest of Tens screened at Oberhausen Short Film Festival, Oberhausen, Germany

2001

Nest of Tens screened at Future Bodies Conference at the Media Academy, Cologne, Germany

2001

Nest of Tens screened at Groupe Intervention Video, Montreal, Quebec

2001

Nest of Tens screened at Stichting FilmStad, Den Haag, The Netherlands

2001

Nest of Tens screened at MOMA 2000: Video Time, Curator: Barbara London, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

2001

Nest of Tens screened at Austrian Film Co-op, Vienna, Austria

2001

Nest of Tens screened as part of Sideshow of the Century, George Eastman House, Programmed by Mark McElhatten, New York, NY

2001

Nest of Tens screened at University of Chicago, IL

2001

Nest of Tens screened at Smart Project Space, Amsterdam, Netherlands

2001

Zeum, Collaborative Residency with Teenage Girls, San Francisco, CA

2001

The Amateurist screened at Austrian Film Co-op, Vienna, Austria

2001

The Amateurist screened at Smart Project Space, Curated by Steve Reinke Amsterdam, The Netherlands

2001

The Amateurist screened at Ann Arbor Film Festival, Ann Arbor, MI

2000

International Award for Nest of Tens, Cinematexas Festival, Austin, TX

2000

Oregon Arts Commission, Individual Artist Fellowship

2000

Regional Arts and Culture Council, Individual Artist Grant

2000

The Swan Tool (work in progress), The Walker Arts Center, Minneapolis, MN

11/19/2000

Nest of Tens screened at New York Exposition of Short Film and Video, New York, NY

11/16/2000

The Amateurist screened at L.A. Freewaves, Los Angeles, CA

11/14/2000

The Swan Tool, Broad Performance Space, Pitzer College, Claremont, CA

11/13/2000

The Swan Tool (work in progress), Cal Arts, Valencia, CA

11/10/2000

The Swan Tool, San Francisco Cinemateque at the San Francisco Art Institute, CA

11/09/2000

The Swan Tool, The Rio Theatre, Santa Cruz, CA

11/08/2000

The Swan Tool (work in progress), Pacific Film Archives, Berkeley, CA

10/28/2000

Some Kind of Loving tour with Astria Suparak, The Swan Tool (work in progress) with original live score by Zac Love, Hollywood Theatre, Portland, OR

10/27/2000

Some Kind of Loving tour with Astria Suparak, The Swan Tool (work in progress) with original live score by Zac Love, The Little Theatre, Seattle, WA

10/26/2000

Some Kind of Loving tour with Astria Suparak, The Swan Tool (work in progress) with original live score by Zac Love, The Olympia Film Festival, Olympia, WA

10/25/2000

Some Kind of Loving tour with Astria Suparak, The Swan Tool (work in progress) with original live score by Zac Love, Blinding Light!! Cinema, Vancouver, BC

2000–2002

The Swan Tool ...

10/24/2000

Some Kind of Loving tour with Astria Suparak, The Swan Tool (work in progress) with original live score by Zac Love, Allied Arts Performance Space, Bellingham, WA

2000

Love Diamond (excerpt), WPA/Corcoran, Washington, D.C.

2000

Film Making in Digital Times, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Francisco, CA

2000

Guest Artist, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA

2000

Guest Artist, Pratt Institute, New York, NY

2000

Guest Artist, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA

2000

Guest Artist, Barnard College, New York, NY

2000

Guest Artist, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY

2000

Guest Artist, Amherst College, Amherst, MA

2000

Nest of Tens screened at Vienalle, Vienna, Austria

2000

Nest of Tens screened at Impakt Festival, Utrecht, The Netherlands

2000

Nest of Tens screened at Walker Arts Center, Minneapolis, MN

2000

Nest of Tens screened at European Media Art Festival, Osnabruck, Germany

2000

Nest of Tens screened at New York Underground Film Festival, New York, NY

2000

Nest of Tens screened at Film Forum, Los Angeles, CA

2000

Nest of Tens screened at The World Wide Video Festival, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

2000

Nest of Tens screened at VIPER, Lucerne, Switzerland

2000

Nest of Tens screened at Seoul International Queer Film/Video Festival, Seoul, South Korea

2000

Nest of Tens screened at The Montreal Festival of New Cinema and Media, Montreal, Canada

2000

Nest of Tens screened at The Rotterdam International Film Festival, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

2000

Love Diamond, The Kitchen, New York, NY

2000

The Amateurist screened at Barbara Gross Gallery, Munich, Germany

2000

The Amateurist screened as part of [Hers], curator Stella Rolig, Landesmuseum Joanneum, Graz, Austria

2000

The Amateurist screened at Australian Film Insititute, South Melbourne, Australia

1999

Played The Black Eyed Nurse in Jesus’ Son (feature film), dir. Alison Maclean (Lion’s Gate)

10/26/1999

Love Diamond multimedia performance, Pitzer College

10/25/1999

Nest of Tens screened at Pitzer College

08/10/1999

Girls On Dates, a collaboration with IQU, 12″ EP/CD, released by K Records (KLP094)

1999

Nest of Tens, short film ...

1999

Love Diamond (excerpt), The Rotterdam International Film Festival, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

09/23/1999

Love Diamond, The Cinematexas Festival, Austin, Texas

1999

Love Diamond, The New York Video Festival at the Walter Reade Theater, New York, NY

1999

Artist in Residence, Pitzer College, Claremont, CA

1999

Regional Arts and Culture Council, Individual Artist Grant

1999

Guest Speaker, Film Arts Foundation, San Francisco, CA

1999

The Amateurist screened at The Church of What’s Happening Now, Wexner Center for The Arts, Columbus, OH

1999

Silver Globe Award, New Visions, for The Amateurist, San Francisco International Film Festival

1999

The Amateurist screened at San Francisco International Film Festival, San Francisco, CA

1999

The Amateurist screened at The American Century, The Whitney Museum, New York, NY

1999

The Amateurist screened at Women in the Director’s Chair, Chicago, Illinois

1999

The Amateurist screened at New York Exposition of Short Film and Video, New York, NY

1999

The Amateurist screened at San Francisco Cinematheque, San Francisco, CA

1999

The Amateurist screened at Rencontres, Video Art Plastique, Hervouville Saint-Clair, France

1999

The Amateurist screened at VIPER, Lucerne, Switzerland

1999

The Amateurist screened at Impakt Festival, Utrecht, The Netherlands

1998

Guest Lecturer, Washington State University at Pullman, Pullman, WA

1998

Guest Lecturer, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA

1998

Panel Speaker, Reed College Symposium on the Contemporary Arts, Portland, OR

1998

Silver Award, Experimental, for The Amateurist, New York Exposition of Short Film and Video

1998

Love Diamond, Yo-Yo A Go-Go Festival at the Capitol Theater, Olympia, Washington

1998

Love Diamond, Reed College, Portland, OR

1998

Love Diamond, Portland Institute of Contemporary Art, Portland, OR

1998

Love Diamond, Capitol Theater, Olympia Film Society, Olympia, Washington

05/08/1998

The Binet-Simon Test, LP/CD, released by Kill Rock Stars (KRS296)

1998

Love Diamond at The OK Hotel, Seattle, Washington

1998–2000

Love Diamond ...

1998

The Amateurist screened at San Francisco Cinematheque, San Francisco, California

08/14/2014

The Amateurist screened at The World Wide Video Festival, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

05/05/1998

The Amateurist screened at European Media Art Festival, Osnabruck, Germany

1998

The Amateurist screened at New York Video Festival, New York, NY

1998

The Amateurist screened at Chicago Underground Film Festival, Chicago, IL

10/16/1998

The Amateurist screened at Pandaemonium Festival, London Electronic Arts/Lux Centre

1998

The Amateurist screened at Pacific Film Archives, Berkeley, CA

07/25/1997

10 Million Hours a Mile, performance LP/CD, released by Kill Rock Stars (KRS281)

1997

Guest Lecturer, Columbia River High School, Vancouver, Washington

1997

Guest Lecturer, Swarthmore College, Pennsylvania

1997

Guest Lecturer, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania

1997

Guest Lecturer, Pitzer College, Claremont, California

1997

Guest Lecturer, University of California, San Diego

1997

Art Bridge Association, Theater Grant

09/24/1997

Best Experimental Movie, for The Amateurist, Cinematexas Festival

09/24/1997

No-Budget Award, The Amateurist, Cinematexas Festival

1997

THE AMATEURIST ...

1997

Andrea Frank Foundation Grant

1997

Regional Arts and Culture Council, Individual Artist Grant

1997

McKenzie River Gathering Foundation’s Lilla Jewel Award for best multi-media artist

1997

Regional Arts and Culture Council, Technical Assistance Grant

11/01/1996

Margie Ruskie Stops Time, a collaboration with The Need, 7″ record, released by Kill Rock Stars (KRS271)

1996

ATLANTA ...

1996

Joanie 4 Jackie ...

1996

Guest Lecturer, University of Southern California (Los Angeles, CA)

1995–1998

Performance Work ...

1995

The CeBe Barnes Band, self-titled 7″ record, released by Horse Kitty Records