Current & Upcoming
Public Programs ArchiveFilter
Jan 28 – Jan 15
Martha Rosler: Housing Is a Human Right
Yearlong, citywide programming interrogating issues related to housing through the work of Martha Rosler.
Jan 28 – May 14
Martha Rosler: If You Lived Here Still
The lasting record of Martha Rosler’s groundbreaking 1989 exhibition "If You Lived Here…"
Oct 29 – Jan 16
Andrea Geyer: Travels on Slender Thread
New and recent work dealing with the historical erasure of women, the loss of museums as a communal site, and the politics of collection.
Eleni Stecopoulos and David Wolach
Eleni Stecopoulos and david wolach will give readings and engage in conversation. Hosted by Robert Mittenthal.
Aug 1 – Aug 1
International Supermarket Survey
Unscripted field study and correspondence project by New Fellow Whitney Ford-Terry and Adam Balfour.
Aaron Counts reads with Laija Farr
Writer and educator Aaron Counts presents a commissioned response to the new body of work Mark Mitchell is developing while in residence at the Foundation. Special guest Leija Farr will read a selection of recent poems.
Mark Mitchell and Saya Woolfalk in Conversation
Improvisatory exchange between Mark Mitchell and Saya Woolfalk, two newly acquainted artists who speak to complex social issues through garments.
Lori Goldston Performance
In response to Mark Mitchell's project Burial 2, celebrated cellist Lori Goldston will compose and record an emotionally charged suite of short pieces dealing with the idea of freedom of movement.
Making From Whole Cloth with Mark Mitchell
Learn about the process of creating trimmings (fringe, ruffles, flowers, bindings, cording, etc.) from whole cloth and contribute to a discussion on the themes of resident artist Mark Mitchell's latest work Burial 2 while sewing together.
Welcome Party for Mark Mitchell
Dance, snack, mingle and leave good energy in the space for Mark Mitchell to enjoy during his residency!
Jan 8 – Mar 28
Citywide presentation of HOWDOYOUSAYYAMINAFRICAN?, an international collective laboratory that utilizes music, film, sculptural installation, and contemporary dance and theatre to experiment with linear narratives in order to find alternate possibilities via abstraction.
Listening Party with Christa Bell
Please join Christa Bell for a special closing ritual celebrating three months of city-wide HOWDOYOUSAYYAMINAFRICAN? programming.
An evening of poetry, with readings by Rob Halpern, Angela Hume, Gillian Osborne, Joan Retallack, Margaret Ronda, and Jonathan Skinner.
Maged Zaher, Chris Nealon, and Robert Mittenthal
Maged Zaher introduces readings by Chris Nealon and Robert Mittenthal
Matt Hern: Sports, Creativity, and the Radical Imagination
Matt Hern argues for an expanded definition of creativity that includes sports.
Oct 9 – Nov 22
Screening and discussion series led by local artists and writers.
Spencer Finch Lecture
Spencer Finch gives an overview of his practice and introduces his new installation in SLU.
Lonnie Holley Performance
Improvised set featuring special guest Lori Goldston.
Still Life and An Image
Curator Robert Snowden introduces films in conjunction with Yale Union's screening series "The Devil, Probably."