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The Passerby / After The Future
6th Annual Thessolaniki Biennial 2017

Photo: Psari Visua

Events Appearances Teaching Writing Talking

06/30/2019

THERE IS A BOUNTY IN WHAT IS LOST Essay with Sadia Shirazi: Movement Research Journal

Summer publication - 2019

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06/30/2019

THERE IS A BOUNTY IN WHAT IS LOST Essay with Sadia Shirazi: Movement Research Journal

 (upcoming Summer 2019)

Summer publication - 2019

06/21/2019

CLIT CLUB in NYC on JUNE 21

9pm - Late

TBA soon!

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06/21/2019

CLIT CLUB in NYC on JUNE 21

Details coming soon!

9pm - Late

TBA soon!

06/21/2019

Book Launch Visual AIDS Book: Duets with Kia Labeija Spring 2019

7pm - 9pm

Performance Space New York, NY

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06/21/2019

Book Launch Visual AIDS Book: Duets with Kia Labeija Spring 2019

June 21, 2019-public talk with Lia Gangitano, Kia Labeija, Julie Tolentino with Vivian Crockett, moderator

+David  Velasco, foreword
+Lia Gangitano, afterword


https://visualaids.org/projects/duets-kia-labeija-julie-tolentino-in-conversation

7pm - 9pm

Performance Space New York, NY

06/11/2019

Mt Tremper Arts Residency with hosts Tara Willis and Jaime Shearn Coan

June 11 - June 16

Mount Tremper Arts, Woodstock, NY

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06/11/2019

Mt Tremper Arts Residency with hosts Tara Willis and Jaime Shearn Coan

Week-long movement and writing residency and collectively devised performance and publication - June 16 with Jaimie Shearn Coan, David Thomson, Julie Tolentino, Mariana Valencia, Tara Willis, Takahiro Yamamoto, Mlondolozi Zondi

http://www.mounttremperarts.org/about-6

June 11 - June 16

Mount Tremper Arts, Woodstock, NY

06/24/2019

Whitney ISP @ The Kitchen

5pm - 8pm

The Kitchen, 512 West 19th Street, NYC

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06/24/2019

Whitney ISP @ The Kitchen

 https://whitney.org/events/isp-2019-opening-reception


Always, Already, Haunting, "disss-co," Haunt

Join the Whitney's Independent Study Program for an opening reception for its annual spring exhibition, Always, Already, Haunting, “disss-co,” Haunt, on view at The Kitchen from May 24–June 15, 2019.

The exhibition is curated by Nia Nottage, Gwyneth Shanks, and Simon Wu, the 2018–19 Helena Rubinstein Curatorial Fellows of the Independent Study Program, and features works by Julie Dash, Minnie Evans, Felix Gonzales-Torres, Green-Wood cemetery, shawné michaelain holloway, Asif Mian, Guadalupe Rosales, Julie Tolentino, Mariana Valencia, and Jawole Willa Jo Zollar. 

5pm - 8pm

The Kitchen, 512 West 19th Street, NYC

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Appearances

July BOFFO Fire Island Residency

May 27 - September 23, 2018 marks the seventh season of the BOFFO Residency.  We are thrilled to hav

May 27 - September 23, 2018 marks the seventh season of the BOFFO Residency.    Nominated and selected by our past Fire Island artists from over 150 considerations, Kia LaBeija, Brontez Purnell, House of LaDosha, Julie Tolentino, Meriem Bennani, Torkwase Dyson, Lyle Ashton Harris, and Guadalupe Rosales will bring an exciting array of artistic practices to Fire Island.

Visual Arts and the AIDS Epidemic Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, in collaboration with the Whitney Museum of American Art

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99 Gansevoort St, New York City

When:  Friday, July 13, 2018


https://www.aaa.si.edu/symposia/visual-arts-and-the-aids-epidemic

<See full schedule at link>

3:30–4:15 p.m. (45 minutes)

Panel III Alex Fialho

Race, gender, and protest: lessons from AIDS activism
Collective political action groups. Confronting oppressions, social activism, and inventing new ways of protest. Activism then and now.  A “how-to” for activism today.

  • Robert Vázquez-Pacheco    
  • Joy Episalla
  • Carrie Yamaoka
  • Julie Tolentino

The symposium, free and open to the public.  It will also be live-streamed.  




Exhibition Screening Performance

June 9: The Reading Room: Feminist Art of Self Help, ROOT DIVISION SF, CA

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Curated by Jeanne Vaccaro and Stamatina Gregory at ROOT DIVISION, San Francisco with artists: Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo Christen Clifford Ricki Dwyer Nicki Green Linda Montano Laura Parnes Grace Rosario Perkins Allison Smith Julie Tolentino Stephanie Young Museum of Woman (Mikki Yamashiro) The Canaries (Jesse Cohen & Taraneh Fazeli) at ROOT DIVISION, San Francisco. 

 
 

Reading Room is in concert with a later exhibition, Curriculum, which will open at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts in New York on January 18, 2019.

 
 

https://www.rootdivision.org/exhibition-rd-gallery/reading-room-feminist-art-self-help

June 7 History of Violence, SOMARTS SF, CA

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Curated by Rudy Lemcke 

Includes artworks by queer artists: Bren Ahearn Cassils Jaime Cortez Jamee Crusan Arthur Dong Jason Hanasik Jamil Hellu Angela Hennessy Xandra Ibarra Kadet Kuhne Việt Lê Tim Roseborough, David Wojnarowicz and Julie Tolentino and Stosh Fila  (Honey, 2013) 

 
 

http://www.somarts.org/qcchistoryofviolence/

May 24 En Cuatro Patas, The BROAD LA, CA

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Curated by Nao Bustamente & Xandra Ibarra. Performance in the galleries + Video in Oculus Hall--> Luciana Achugar, Amapola Prada, Carmina Escobar, Minaya, Xandra + Rob Fatal, Mickey Negro, Abigail Severance + Julie Tolentino's evidence, 2014 



BROAD: https://www.thebroad.org/programs/en-cuatro-patas-feminist-latinx-performance-and-video

 
 

HYPERALLERGIC: https://hyperallergic.com/443919/en-cuatro-patas-the-broad/

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