Emily D. Markert


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Curatorial Residency with The Just A List
  • Curate a calendar of recommended art events and other happenings in the Bay Area 
  • June 15 – August 15, 2021



On/View Event Series 
  • Organizer and moderator, artist and curator-led virtual walkthroughs 
  • Online via CCA Exhibitions 
  • Spring 2021

Watch Tour of Sea Change at Ratio 3 with Chris Perez here


Watch Tour of Jen Bervin at Catharine Clark Gallery with the artist here



Where Are The Tiny Revolts? at Printed Matter Virtual Art Book Fair
  • Q&A Moderator, panel discussion
  • Online via Printed Matter and the CCA Wattis Institute 
  • February 27, 2021 ︎︎︎ Watch recording here




Catching Ideas in Process: Jay DeFeo’s Photography
  • Moderator, panel discussion
  • Speakers: artists Paul Mpagi Sepuya and Rayyane Tabet and SFMOMA Curator Corey Keller
  • Online via The Jay DeFeo Foundation (Berkeley) + Wattis Institute (San Francisco)
  •  November 18, 2020 ︎︎︎ Watch recording here or click here for more information




Live with the Archive: Gato Negro
  • Participant, panel discussion
  • Speakers: Andrea García Flores and León Muñoz Santini of Gato Negro with Katherine Hamilton
  • Online via Letterform Archive (San Francisco)
  • October 29, 2020 ︎︎︎ Watch recording here or click here for more information




Trinh T. Minh-ha Film Club



The Lost Hour: At the Intersection of Site-specificity and Historicity




Public Events Organized at Sotheby’s


RAMMΣLLZΣΣ: The Artist and the Equation  
  • Panel discussion
  • Speakers: Curator Carlo McCormick and the Cult of Rammellzee Artist Collective
  • Sotheby’s (New York, NY)
  • May 6, 2018

Who Owns Creativity: A Panel on Artistic Collaboration, Appropriation and Ownership
  • Panel discussion
  • Speakers: Jesse Finkelstein, Print All Over Me; Casey Fremont, Art Production Fund; curator Emie Diamond; artist Nir Hod
  • Sotheby’s (New York, NY)
  • May 7, 2017







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