APRIL 13- APRIL 15, 2023

This conference is free and open to the public. Register here!

Archival Silent Noise considers the invisible, ignored and silenced areas of our artistic disciplines. By exploring approaches to re-visibilizing and reimagining the archives of our disciplines in the field and in the classroom, Archival Silent Noise will create a space to honor and generate joyful noise and good trouble.


All sessions will take place in VB 204 unless there is a ** next to it.

THURSDAY April 13, 2023 

6pm – 8 pm

Conference Opening & Keynote Address

Dr. Ashley Minner Jones

FRIDAY April 14, 2023  

9:00 AM The Guest Artist Corner: A Collaboration between The James E. Lewis Museum of Art and Regional Artists with Dr. Schroeder Cherry

9:30 AM “The Cart” Jennifer Yablonsky

10:00 AM “Commedia Dell’Arte”  Tara Cariaso

11:00 AM “Insurgent Learning Workshop PT I”  Marshall Tramell (VIRTUAL) **

1:00 PM “Redacted Grammar Language”  K. Kennedy (VIRTUAL) **

2:00 PM “Ms. Museum”  Kathleen Hulser, Julia Szabo

3:00 PM “World-Building For and Against the Archive: Photography on Oregon’s Lesbian Lands

Raechel Root

3:30 PM “DX: Exploring the Art of Dialog Editing for Film” Adam Schwartz

4:00 PM “The Business of Art “ Dominique Clayton (VIRTUAL) **

6:00 PM  Olfaction and Bias(implicitly): A participatory performance that considers the social landscapes that are created through the sense of smell. Laure Drogoul

7:00 PM “Insurgent Learning Workshop PT II”  Marshall Tramell (VIRTUAL) **

8:00 PM “Dada Morte: A collaborative multimedia performance exploring the ephemeral nature of

our bodies and technologies” Carrie Fucille and Brenton Lim

8:30 PM “A Thousand Cuts”  Desirée Rowe and Michael Tristano, Jr.

8:45 PM Performance Q/A

SATURDAY April 15, 2023  

9:00 AM “Mapping the Road to Freedom Through Nature, Art and Stories”  Nancy Goldring, Bev Bickel

11:00 AM “Live Painting and Artist Talk” Chris Kolpeace

11:15 “Homie House Press” Adriana Monsalve

1:00 PM “koumboleza a collaborative short film on mourning from a community’s perspective” Linnea Poole and Samantha Mitchell

2:00 PM “Voices of Baltimore: Learning Adventures for Students and Teachers”  Pat Kelly, Gary

Homana,  Monica Heiser, Morna Mcnolty, Sharon McCullough, Delana Penn, Melissa Stephenson (HYBRID)

3:00 PM “Sex Noises in the Classroom” Michaela Frischherz

3:30 PM “Artists & Writers Engaged in the global struggle for Human Rights and Racial Justice” Naomi Greene, Ousmane Power-Greene.

6:00 PM “Building Community Archives: The Pennsylvania Avenue Black Arts District Historical

Photography Project” Angela N. Carroll et al

6:00 PM “Move Move Collaborative: A case study in least-hierarchical Performance Making” –

Cristal Sabbagh, Orlando Johnson, Ashley Shey, Emmett Wilson, Maggie Schneider, and Peter Redgrave (VB 213) **

7:00 PM “Black English and Hip-Hop Should be Celebrated In Higher Education, Not Silenced”

Sara Alexander

8:00 PM “See Through Me”  Rikiesha Metzger

8:15 PM “Epochs, Ages, and Yugas: Macro-Temporal Texture and the Expiration of White Power”   Dr. Thomas Stanley

8:45 PM “You Can’t Spell America Without the N-Word: Racial Epithet as Talisman and Historical Monument to Genocide”  Dr. Thomas Stanley

Dr. Thomas Stanley


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