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Research & Publications

Student Accomplishments

Faculty Accomplishments

Adjunct Faculty Accomplishments


Student Accomplishments

Dance Studies Program

Undergraduate Research Day Project: Kimberleigh R. Costanzo
  • No Name #3
    • Mentored by Professor Catherine Mapp
    • Research and development of choreographic work that completed the "Triptych" series of dance compositions

Choreographic Works: The Iona College Dance Ensemble

Kayla Abbate, Dance Minor 2014

  • “Figee dans le temps”, Solo work (ballet) performed in "The Choreography Project"
    • Faculty Advisor: Professor Catherine Tharin

Kimberleigh R. Costanzo, Dance Minor 2014

  • "Work-Lust", Three part solo composition performed in "The Choreography Project"
    • Faculty Advisor: Professor Catherine Mapp

Alisa Tarsa, Dance Minor, 2014

  • Obstacles of the Limited Mind
    • Faculty Advisor: Professor Catherine Mapp
  • Gentile Dominance
    • Faculty Advisor: Professor Catherine Tharin
  • Solo works performed “The Choreography Project"

Outstanding Performances Solo and Group Work: The Iona College Dance Ensemble

  • Kayla Abbate
  • Stephanie Bomba
  • Kimberleigh R. Costanzo
  • Elizabeth Sangalli
  • Alisa Tarsa

Music Studies Program

Iona Scholars' Day

Pasquale Malpeso, Music Minor, 2014

  • Presentation to Panel Paper: “The Instructors that Shaped Ludwig van Beethoven: Neefe, Haydn, Albrechtsburger, and Salieri”
    • Research mentored by Dr. Carol Shansky

Iona College Instrumental Ensemble Spring Concert: Student solo performers

Victoria Cousino

  • Sonata in C Major: Allegro by Jean-Baptiste Breval
    • Coached by Dr. Carol Shansky

Jacqueline Shearer

  • Berceuse, Op. 16 by Gabriel Fauré
    • Accompanied and coached by Dr. Carol Shansky

Malaya Lambert and Thomas McClellan

  • You Know I’m No Good/Hallelujah by Winehouse/Cohen
    • Coached by Dr. Carol Shansky

Rebecca Bone

  • Etude on I Got Rhythm by Paul Hardy
    • Coached by Dr. Carol Shansky

Theatre Studies Program

Performance: The Iona College Theatre Ensemble

  • Steven Pearce in True West and The Mandrake
  • Pieter Maddens in True West and The Mandrake
  • Thomas Worden in True West and The Mandrake

Visual Arts Studies Program

Accumulation Student Exhibition- Painting
  • Fred Carter
  • Lauren Christino
  • Mauricio Cruz
  • Julie Donato
  • Laura Furlipa
  • Susan Girardi
  • Amy Olsen
  • Andrea Ruggiero
  • Kali Severson
Painting
  • Susan Girardi Work selected by Administration to be hung in the Charter House, Iona College
  • FPA 211 Intro to Sculpture - Spring 2014: Kaitlynn O'Reilly
  • FPA 311 Intermediate Sculpture - Fall 2013 and Spring 2014: Kimberleigh Costanzo

Faculty Accomplishments

Thomas Donnarumma

Scholarship

  • Conference Leader and Organizer
  • The Challenges and Rewards of Single Person Theatre Departments
  • The Association for Theatre in Higher Learning
  • Play: Performance, Pleasure, and Pedagogy Orlando, Florida August, 2013

Director and Producer

True West by Sam Shepard

This production featured The Iona College Theatre Ensemble, the students of Iona College: Steven Pearce, Pieter Maddens, Thomas Worden, Alicia Steverson, Peter Consadori, Darya Khritankova, Victoria Zito, Eva Renski and Gisela Barreiro. The production included moderation of a post production discussion with Dr. Hugh Short in The English Department and Dr. Teresa Delgado in The Religious Studies Department. This production was in collaboration with The English Department at Iona College

The Mandrake by Niccolo Machiavelli

This production featured The Iona College Theater Ensemble, the students of Iona College: Steven Pearce, Pieter Maddens, Thomas Worden, Alicia Steverson, Peter Consadori, Darya Khritankova, Victoria Zito, Gisela Barreiro, Bryan Walsh, Jordan Bryant Smith, Cassondra Richards, Penelope Golden, Amanda Moneta, Emily Nevins, Amy Wert, Paige Murray, Laura Furlipa. The production included moderation and post production discussion with Dr. Thomas Mussio of The Italian Program, The Foreign Language Department and Dr. Teresa Delgado of The Religious Studies Department. This production was in collaboration with The Italian Program at Iona College.

Service

  • Moderator: The Iona College Players Club.
  • Faculty Advisory Board: LIRIC, Learning in Retirement at Iona College
  • Faculty Advisory Board: The Security Department
  • Committee Member: The Iona College Council on the Arts
  • Committee Member: The Harassment and Discrimination Committee
  • Committee Member: The Catholic Intellectual Tradition Committee
  • Committee Member: The Undergraduate Council Committee
  • Advisor: The Theatre Studies Minor Program
  • Committee Member: The Faculty Senate

Memberships

  • The Association of Theatre in Higher Education
  • The American Theatre and Drama Society
  • The American Alliance for Theatre and Education
  • The Theatre Communications Group
  • The New York State Theatre Education Association
  • TCG, Theatre Communications Group

Design and Implementation

  • FPA 207 Shakespeare in Performance

Stanley J. Lapa

Exhibitions

  • 2013 October, New Rochelle Art Association 98th Juried Exhibition
  • 2013 October, Mamaroneck Artists Guild Active Members Show, "Image into Reality"

Award

  • 2013 October, New Rochelle Art Association 98th Juried Exhibition: 3rd Place Award in Pastel for "Still-Life with Peach"

Professional Memberships

  • Mamaroneck Artists Guild
  • New Rochelle Art Association

Instructional Projects

  • Continued development of online distance/learning digital photography course

Exhibition Curator and Installation Design

  • Iona College, Br. Kenneth Chapman Gallery
    Co-curator, Accumulation 2014, Iona College Student Exhibition

Catherine Mapp

Award

  • Senior Faculty of the Year Award 2013

Creative Works

Director/Curator/Producer: The Choreography Project, Spring 2014

The Iona College Dance Ensemble performance of selected works choreographed by Catherine Mapp and Catherine Tharin as well as student choreography.

Guest Artists

  • Esme Boyce  “Still Center” Solo by Catherine Tharin
  • Belina McGuire “Cello Counterpoint”  choreographed and performed by Belinda McGuire

Choreography

  • "Untitled Trio" "The Choreography Project"
  • "Prisms" "The Choreography Project"

Professional Memberships

  • Congress on Research in Dance
  • Society Dance History Scholars
  • International Baccalaureate Organization
  • National Organization of Schools of Dance
  • Dance Critics Association

Carol Shansky

Presentation

  • "Community Music and Its Impact on the Private Studio"
    New Jersey Flute Society
    NJFS Flute Pedagogy Day
    January 2014
    Panel Participant in addition

Session Chair

  • “Revitalizing and Expanding Repertories”
    College Music Society Northeast Regional Conference
    April 2014
    Crane School of Music, SUNY-Potsdam.
    Presentations (selection by blind peer-review)

Papers

  • “The Hebrew Orphan Asylum Band of New York City: Community, Culture and Opportunity”
    St. Augustine Symposium on the History of Music Education
    May 29, 2014
    Flagler College
    St. Augustine, FL
  • “The Hebrew Orphan Asylum Band of New York City: Community, Culture and Opportunity”
    College Music Society, Northeast Region Meeting
    April 5, 2014
    Crane School of Music, SUNY-Potsdam.

Publications

  • Paper: “Patriotism and the Skirl of thePipes: The Scottish Highland Bagpipe Band and World War I British Recruiting in New York, 1916-18”. Journal of Musicological Research 33 Vol 1-3, (March 2014).
  • Textbook: Musical tapestries: A thematic approach to music appreciation. Published in its 2nd edition. July 2014: Kendall-Hunt publishers, Dubuque, IA.

Performances

  • Guest Conductor
    Region I Flute Ensemble
    New Jersey School Music Association
    February, 2014

Concerto soloist

  • Concerto in D major for Flute and Orchestra by Karl Reinecke
    Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra (NJ)
    May 17, 2014
    This was a performance of a rarely heard work
    Chamber Music Re-Imagined
  • Bergen Chamber Artists (Flutist and Pianist)
    Lunchtime Learning Series
    Wayne Public Library (NJ)
    May 28, 2014.
    Dr. Shansky is both performer and music director of Bergen Chamber Artists. This concert included an interpretive lecture for the audience by Dr. Shansky
  • “Adonai s’fatai” and “Misheberach”
    Original compositions
    Selected and performed at Temple Emeth (Teaneck, NJ)
    March 21, 2014
    Guest Lecturer

LIRIC (Learning in Retirement at Iona College)

  • Three lectures: Music of Ireland (October 25, 2013), “Politics and Personalities in Mozart’s Don Giovanni” (March 11, 2014), and “The Opera Isn’t Over Until the Fat Lady Sings: Have You Met Carmen?” (April 1, 2014)
  • English Composition classes
    “Hi-brow/Low-brow themes in James Joyce’s The Dead: Musical References and Symbols”
    September 24, 2012
    February 25, 2014

Guest Artist

  • Joseph D’Auguste, clarinet and lecturer
    Klezmer music in America
    Music in World Cultures Class
    Lecture and performance of Klezmer clarinet style
    Dr. Shansky accompanied on piano

Choreography Classes

Lectures on the music for the ballets:

  • “The Prodigal Son” by Sergei Prokofiev
    Fall Semester, 2013
  • Balanchine’s, “Concerto Barocco,” “Kammermusik No. 2,” and “I’ve Got Rhythm”
    Spring Semester, 2014
  • “West Side Story”
    Spring Semester, 2014

Catholic Intellectual Tradition at Iona College

  • Heritage Week 2014
    Paper, “Patriotism and the Skirl of the Pipes: The Use of Bagpipes as a Recruitment Tool by the British in New York City, 1916-1918.”

Creative Works and Performances

  • Iona College Instrumental Ensemble and World Music Drumming Ensemble
    Winter Concert
    December 5, 2013
    Doorley Auditorium
    This concert represented intense work conducted in classes and featured a drum jam at the end that included audience members. All musical arrangements were composed by Dr. Shansky.
  • Iona College Instrumental Ensemble
    Iona Scholar’s Day
    April 8, 2014
    Special concert presentation in Ryan Library
    Preview of works for the Spring Concert
  • Iona College Instrumental Ensemble
    Spring Concert
    April 29, 2014
    Romita Auditorium of the Ryan Library
    All musical arrangements were composed by Dr. Shansky.

Flutist Performer

  • The Institute for Thomas Paine Studies Opening Ceremony, September 2013: Late Eighteenth-Century Musical Selections for Flute
  • Driscoll Lecture on Jewish-Catholic Dialogue, Kristallnacht Memorial Lecture, November, 2013

Professional Memberships

  • College Music Society
  • National Association for Music Education
  • American Musicological Society
  • Society for American Music
  • National Flute Association

Adjunct Faculty Accomplishments

David Carlyon

Invited Academic Presentations
  • Panel, “Interrogating Shared Histories: Publicity, Movement, and Spectacle in NYC Circus and Graffiti,” part of Urban Acrobatics conference, NoMAA Gallery (Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance), New York, NY, Sep. 4, 2013.
Keynote Speech
  • "19th-Century Circus: Sex, Violence & Politics," co-sponsored, New York State Historical Association and New York Teachers’ Conference, under the auspices of the New York Council for the Humanities, Cooperstown, NY, Oct. 18, 2013.
Article
  • "Twain’s 'Stretcher': The Circus Shapes Huckleberry Finn,”  Bandwagon, 57 (Sep.-Dec. 2013), 6-27, reprinted from South Atlantic Review, 72.4 (Fall 2007): 1-36.
Public Talks
  • New York Council for the Humanities, Speakers in the Humanities Program, 2009-2015
    • "19th-Century Circus: Sex, Violence & Politics"
      Bundy Museum of History and Art, Binghamton, NY, Apr. 12, 2014
      Molloy College, Rockville Centre, May 7, 2014
      Northeast-Millerton Library, Millerton, NY, May 10, 2014
    • "The Gettysburg Address: Unnoticed Influence / New Perspective"
      Harrison Public Library, Harrison, Nov. 3, 3013
      Poppenhusen Institute, College Point (Queens), Feb. 22, 2014
      Sherwood House, Yonkers Historical Society, June 8, 2014

Other Public Expression

  • "Welcome to New York, Soldier," "Metropolitan Diary," New York Times, July 1, 2013, A19; online, titled “Welcome to New York, Soldier”: http://cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/0/26/welcome-to-new-york-soldier/?_r=0, posted June 26, 2013.
  • Source, Anne Curzan, “Chiming In on ‘Chiming With’,” Lingua Franca blog, The Chronicle of Higher Education, March 19, 2014. http://chronicle.com/blogs/linguafranca/2014/03/19/chiming-in-on-chiming-with/Shakespeare Sonnet Slam, Central Park, performing Sonnet 109, April 25, 2014.

Patricia Cohen

Publications

  • Jazz Dance: A History of its Roots and Branches, Two ChaptersGuarino and Oliver 2014

Panel Discussant

  • Creator, panelist and moderator: “Teachers Reflections Following Completion of NDEO’s PTSDA Online Course” National Dance Education Organization Annual Conference in Miami, FL 2013

Additional Teaching

  • Developed and teaches courses in “Elements of Movement and Developmental Domains” for the National Dance Education Organization’s (NDEO) Online Professional Development Institute
  • Instructor and facilitator for the  revised “Professional Teaching Standards for Dance Arts," in which participants developed online portfolios.

NYU/Steinhardt Dance Education Program

Workshops

  • Coordinator for NYSDEA’s weekend workshop, “Techniques for Self Preservation” in cooperation with the Dance Education Program at NYU/Steinhardt and the Harkness Center for Dance Injuries.

Guest Lecturer

  • "Irish Step Dance" LIRIC at Iona College
Professional Service
  • Treasurer: Executive Board of Directors, for the National Dance Education Organization.
  • Member: Editorial board NDEO’s new Dance in Education in Practice (DEiP), a peer review journal. Professor Cohen will write as well as mentor authors.
  • Member: Board of Directors of the National Registry of Dance Educators, a peer review registry of master dance educators; and as Secretary, Executive Council, for UNITY, Inc. a not-for-profit national coalition of dance education and dance related organizations.

John Gavalcin

  • Solo Piano Recital for Paul and Irene Bogoni Foundation (for which I am music director) for select audience in New York City.  Music of Scarlatti, Schubert, Debussy, Chopin September 20, 2013  
  • Recital at Closter Library, Closter, NJ.  All French Program, piano solos and performance with guest violinist  SunBoon Jeong.  Works by Debussy, Ravel, Saint Saens, Franck. November 23, 2013   
  • Concert for Paul and Irene Bogoni Foundation in Briar Cliff Manor, New York in which I was music director of the orchestra, vocal soloists, and I also performed some several solo piano works.  Vocal Music, and Instrumental solos.   Music by Vivaldi, Puccini, Massenet, Debussy, Rachmaninoff, Chopin, Gottschalk December 20, 2014  
  • Appointed  "Honorary Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music and Music Education in the Department of Arts and Humanities"   at Teachers College, Columbia University Feb. 1, 2014 
  • Solo Piano Recital in New York,  Paul and Irene Bogoni Foundation- Works by Schubert, Debussy, Chopin, Rachmaninoff March 15, 2014
  • Competition Judge for New York Artists International Competition 2014- New Jersey and New York City category - piano and ensemble April 19, 2014

Sheila Kriemelman

Professional Service
  • Board of Directors,  Juror, New York Society of Women Artists
Select Group Exhibitions
  • "Divine Intersections: Religious Crossroads", Chapman Gallery, Iona College, New Rochelle, NY.
  • "National Association of Women Artists’ 124th Annual Members Exhibition", Wald and Po Kim Gallery, NYC.
  • "I to eye", New York Society of Women Artists, Chapman Gallery, Iona College, New Rochelle, NY.
  • "Lest We Forget: the Holocaust in Art", GALLERY 9/ARTS WESTCHESTER, White Plains, NY.
Curatorial
  • "Accumulation", Student Exhibition, Chapman Gallery, Iona College, New Rochelle, NY.

Awards

  • National Association of Women Artists’ Elsie G. Hammond Memorial Award for Drawing, NAWA 124th Annual Members Exhibition, Wald and Po Kim Gallery, NYC.
  • Adjunct Faculty Award for “Outstanding Accomplishments and Dedicated Service to the College”, Fall Convocation, Murphy Auditorium, Iona College, New Rochelle, NY.

Articles

  • Rich Monetti, "Holocaust art exhibit celebrates survival and life", The Rye City REVIEW, Rye, NY.
Select Collections
  • Fairmont Kealani, Wailea, Maui, HI.
  • KaMilo 2 Hotel, Honolulu, HI.

Archives

  • Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC.
  • Museum of Modern Art, NYC.
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.
  • Guggenheim Museum, NY.C
  • Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC.
  • Chicago Art Institute, Chicago, Il.
  • Library of Congress, Washington, DC
  • Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC.
  • New York Public, Library, NYC.

Catalogues

  • National Association of Women Artists’ 124th Annual Members Exhibition Catalog at Wald and Po Kim Gallery, NYC.

Memberships

  • National Association of Women Artists
  • New York Society of Women Artists
  • New York Artists Equity
  • The College Art Association

Representations

  • Fine Arts Associates, Honolulu, HI

Ryan Seslow

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • June 2014 – Platforms, group exhibition at the NYC Transit Museum, Brooklyn, NY.
  • June 2014 – Welling Court Mural Festival of Street Art & Graffiti/ 1 year exhibition. 12th Street, Astoria, NY.
  • June 2014, “Encrypted Fills” an Online exhibition of Video Art, GIFs, and New Media Art for artists with roots in Graffiti & Street Art. Encryptedfills.com
  • April 2014, “Game On” Group exhibition focused on Video Game Art at Side Street Studio Gallery, Chicago, IL.
  • April 2014 – “Animate” AIGA group GIF & Flash animation exhibition at Space Gallery, Philadelphia, PA.
  • February 2014-May 2014 - Group Street Art & Graffiti Exhibition @ The Inspire Collective, Jerusalem, Israel.
  • February 2014 - “VIDEO>transcends” CUNY, Queensborough Community College, QCC Art Gallery, Bayside, NY. February 2014- May 2014.
  • December 2013 – Potatoville @ The Glenwood Arts Center. Glenhead, NY.
  • December 2013 – Two New Video art works have been contributed to The Streaming Festival’s 8th Edition, International Audio/Video Art Festival, Screenings will be held @ Het Nutshuis Gallery, Den Haag, The Netherlands, as well as the Boonika Gallery, Zagreb, Croatia.
  • November 2013- My work is included in the Red Bull sponsored BC One event in Seoul, Korea. The BC One is a festival and world competition for the art of b-Boying, Break Dancing and Graffiti. Jamsil Arena Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • November 2013 - LIU Post Art Dept. Faculty Exhibition @ The Steinberg Museum of Art, Brookville, NY.
  • September 2013- L.I. Connection, Group Exhibition, BCS Gallery, Long Island City, NY.
  • June 2013 – Welling Court Mural project / 1 year exhibition. 12th Street, Astoria, NY.
  • April 2013 –"VIDEO>transcends" Group Video Art Exhibition. The Streaming Festival’s Special Program Archive, Den Haag, The Netherlands.
  • January 2013 - #Twitterartexhibit, Group Exhibition, Exhale Unlimited Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.

Curatorial

  • Curator – “Concrete to Data” a survey of NYC Graffiti and Street Art as it transcends through various art mediums leading to digital technologies. Steinberg Museum of Art, Brookville, NY, 2014.
  • Curator – “Animating NYC Transit” – A public community based project for the NYC Transit Museum, Brooklyn, NY. October 2014.
  • Curator – “Platforms” as a part of a group exhibition at the NYC Transit Museum, Brooklyn, NY. June 2014.
  • Curator/Co-Creator of “Encrypted Fills” an Online exhibition of Video Art, GIFs, and New Media Art for artists with roots in Graffiti & Street Art. http://encryptedfills.com Inaugural Launch, May 2014.
  • Curator - “VIDEO>transcends” CUNY, Queensborough Community College, QCC Art Gallery, Bayside, NY. Januaury 2014- May 2014.
  • Curator - “VIDEO>transcends” The Streaming Festival’s Special Program Archive, Den Haag, The Netherlands, April 2013.

Artist Referenced in the following Publications- (Online and Off)

  • BrooklynStreetArt.com included my work and collaboration with Adam Void on 3/21/14 - http://www.brooklynstreetart.com/theblog/2014/03/21/bsa-film-friday-03-21-14/ 
  • Hyperallergic.com – Feature on the collaborative GIFiti works of Ryan Seslow & Jilly Ballisitc. 12/26/13   http://hyperallergic.com/100388/subway-street-art-gets-on-the-gif-train/
  •  El Mundo Newspaper, Interviewed for the Campus Magazine section. A feature on Graffiti by journalist Maria Pilar Crespo Zaragoza on November 20th 2013.
  • Vandalog.com – Guest blog post – Bringing Street Art & Graffiti to Academia – 7/30/13 http://blog.vandalog.com/2013/07/teaching-graffiti-history-and-practice/
  • Hyperallergic.com – Interviewed and quoted on 7/29/13 for a piece regarding street art. http://hyperallergic.com/76668/glasgow-school-of-art-threatens-to-expel-street-artist/
  • Hyperallergic.com- included my work and participation in the Welling Court Mural project, Astoria Queens, NY. 7/5/13 - http://hyperallergic.com/74898/a-tale-of-two-street-mural-projects/
  • BrooklynStreetArt.com included my work and participation in the Welling Court Mural project, Astoria Queens, NY. 6/25/13 - http://www.brooklynstreetart.com/theblog/2013/06/25/welling-court-2013-is-a-blast-was-the-last/#.UfB91mRDqDs

Guest Lectures, Presentations, Residencies and Workshops

  • February-June 2014 - Guest Artist Residency and Mural workshop instructor, Hillside Arts & Letters Academy, Jamaica High School, Jamaica, NY.
  • December 2014 – Guest Artist on the FIOS Cable TV Series: The Artist Studio, http://fios1news.com/longisland/longisland/node/47794#.Uswkb2RDv4Q
  • November 2013, Guest Artist & Animation Workshop Instructor, Berkeley College, Woodland Campus, NJ.
  • May/June 2013 - Guest Artist Residency and Mural workshop instructor, Hillside Arts & Letters Academy, Jamaica High School, Jamaica, NY.
  • April 1st, 2013 – Co-creator & host of the live stream for “Video Transcends” A streaming online video exhibition presented as a special program for its opening night. http://streamingfestival.com

Robin Tedesco

Exhibitions
  • Reverol & Co - Contemporary Art, New Rochelle, NY, November - December 2013
    “Contradistinction”
    Media Loft Gallery, New Rochelle, NY, January 2014 - present

Member

  • New Rochelle Council on the Arts
    Board of Directors, Castle Gallery, College of New Rochelle (2013)

Award

  • Artist residency: The Peanut Factory, Edenton, NC (postponed participation until 2015)

Catherine Tharin

Choreography

  • "In the hornet’s nest" The Choreography Project  April 10,11, 2014
  • "About You" American Dance Guild Bare Bones Concert, June  28, 29, 2014     University Settlement (Invited artist)
  • "Royal Road" trio, WestFest Festival, April 23, 25,  2014 (Adjudicated series)
  • "Still Center" solo, Soaking Wet Series, Westend Theatre, October 2013 (Adjudicated series)

Performer

  • Annie Sailer and Dancers, 92nd Street YM-YMHA, October 2013
Curator
  • 92Y Educational Outreach, Art Collectors, January 28, 2014
  • Curated a dance concert of female choreographers that included eight artists representative of different aspects of the dance field for  92Y, Lincoln Center, Roundabout Theater new initiative partnership featuring female choreographers, musicians, and playwrights.
  • 92Y Fridays At Noon, consistently recognized series by the press and dance community, 2013-14
  • Concerts included the following artists-
    • Christopher Caines Dance: New Dances for New Friends May 30, 2014
    • Christine Dakin: La Voz del Cuerpo/The Body Speaks, May 16, 2014
    • Nancy Stark Smith: Glimpse 2, Underscore, May 9, 2014
    • Liz Gerring, Keely Garfield, Stephen Petronio: Fresh Work and Process, May 2, 2014
    • James Waring, Aileen Passloff, Arthur Aviles: An Eccentric Beauty Revisited, April 25, 2014
    • Elizabeth Kendall, Troy Schumacher, New York City Ballet: Balanchine and the Lost Muse, April 11, 2014
    • Keith A Thompson, Jin Ju Song-Begin, Emily Berry: The Articulation of Multiple Pathways, March 28, 2014
  • American Ballet Theatre Studio Company, February 2014
  • Jean-Leon Destine: Tribute to a Master, January 24, 2014
  • Renana Raz, Ori Flomin, Danah Katz, Zvi Gotheiner, Niv Sheinfeld and Oren Laor: Out of Israel, January 2014
  • Annie Sailer Dance Company and Ana Isabel Keilson and Dancers: The Poetry Behind the Dance, December 13, 2013
  • Benjamin Kimitch curates: Compelling Simplicity, November 22, 2013
  • A Tribute to Mary Anthony: A Lifetime in Dance, November 1, 2013
  • Intermezzo Dance Company with Raymond Lukens, Marcelo Gomes, Gemma Bond, Adam Hendrickson, October 18, 2013
  • Alison Chase, Pilobolus Founder with Rebecca Stenn, Lisa Giobbi, Joseph Mills: Facets, October 4, 2013

Assessor

  • Arts Achieve, proctor and assessor in NYC Public Schools, elementary, middle, and high school, US Department of Education grant to the NYC Board of Education, October 2013- May 2014