Tag Archives: SVA

Feminism and Early Video: Bumps on a Level Playing Field

Recently, I met scholar Deirdre Boyle, to discuss how the Dorsky exhibition can generate more discussion on the Videofreex and early video history. This would continue the momentum that Deirdre initiated with her essential book Subject to Change: Guerrilla Television Revisited (1997), and more recently as a participant in the SVA symposium We’re All Videofreex: […]

We’re All Videofreex a success

The event We’re All Videofreex at the School of Visual Arts drew artists and mediaphiles from way back and just now, listening to stories and media philosophies. And, of course, watching video. The theater held 70 to 80 audience members for most of the panels, and more than 100 for the screening. Attendees milled and […]

TODAY! We’re All Videofreex: The Blue Calzone of events

Today is the day for Videofreex members, friends, and early video colleagues to converge and go big. The event bringing them together is the symposium We’re All Videofreex, hosted by New York’s School of Visual Arts. Find out more. Much like the legendary blow-up viewing venue dubbed the “Blue Calzone,” this event has expanded into […]

[Updated] We’re All Videofreex coming up April 5

We are pleased to announce that the We’re All Videofreex symposium will take place Friday, April 5, 2013, in the original location of the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan. Join us! Here is the original program: We’re All Videofreex Friday, April 5, 4-9 p.m. SVA Theatre 333 West 23rd Street Since the first portable […]