Selected Visiting Artist Lectures and Symposia (since 1995)

2010 Birmingham Museum, Emma Amos: Looking Back, Now and Forward, September 12, Birmingham Alabama.
Lamont Gallery, Philips Exeter Academy, Visiting Artist Series,  January 9, Exeter, New Hampshire
2009 The National Academy Museum & School of Fine Arts, Artists in Dialogue, October 9, New York City.
The National Academy Museum & School of Fine Arts, An Artist’s Life III: A Panel Discussion, May 13, New York City.
The David C. Driskell Center, Prof. Emma Amos in A Conversation with David Driskell, April 16, Univ. Maryland, College Park, MD.
Morris Museum of Art, Terra Cognita, Contemporary Artists Lecture Series, Jan 22, Augusta, Georgia
2008 The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, The Black Woman Speaks, Honorary Co-Chair and Panelist in the Symposium: “The Value of Art from Conception to Auction”, April 26, New York City.
Philadelphia Academy of Art, Visiting Artist lecture, January, Philadelphia, PA
2007 New York University, Here and Now: African & African American Art & Film Conference, organized and hosted by NYU Tisch School of the Arts, November 15–18, New York, NY
Vanderbilt University, October 1, Nashville, TN.
Columbia College of Art, Romare Bearden Symposium, presenter—Spiral with Courtney Martin, PhD, Yale,
with Dawoud Bey, Mel Edwards, William T. Williams, Kobena Mercer, Rober O’Meally, etc.
April 20–22, Chicago, Ill.
2006 Skowhegan School, Skowhegan, ME, Visiting Artist and public lecture, July.
The Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit Michigan visiting artist lecture, May 28th.
College of New Rochelle, visiting artist lecture, February 15th.
Spelman College, Atlanta, GA, visiting artist and public lecture, February.
Juror for the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA, Driskell Prize awarded to Willie Cole, January 13.
2005 High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA, Romare Bearden Exhibition Panel, led by Dr. Richard Powell, Duke U., with Kerry James Marshall, Radcliff Bailey, Sanford Biggers and Amos, April.
Women’s Caucus For Art of Georgia, Keynote Speaker, College Art Association Meeting, Atlanta, GA, February.
2004 University of Delaware, Newark, DE, panelist, The Personal Political Art of Nanette Carter and Romare Bearden, Symposium, Trabant University Center, November 6.
Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minnesota, The Women’s Art Institute, public lecture, June 16.
National Conference of Artists, Panel, Masters of the Arts, with David Driskell, Ed Clark, Howardena Pindell, and Emma Amos, Davis Auditorium, Columbia University, March 28.
Herndon Galleries, Antioch College, public lecture. Yellow Springs, Ohio, March 5.
The National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center, public lecture. Wilberforce, Ohio, March 6.
Juror for the Printmaking Council of New Jersey Small Impressions Exibition, April 30.
2003 Juror for “Hoboken September 11th Memorial,” sculpture/land & seascape commission. Hoboken, NJ.
New York Historical Society, “Collecting the ‘Canon’ and African-American Art,” panelist, moderated by Julia Hotton. New York City, May.
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 6th Annual Public Lecture, Texas, March 23.
Pierro Gallery of South Orange, symposium moderator, Judith Brodsky, with Joan Semmel, Emma Amos, and others, N.J., March 9.
National Quilters Organization, lecture, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York City, February 25.
MOCADA Museum of Contemporary African Diasporian Arts, NYC, NY. Panel, “Is Separate But Equal Back? The role of museums curators and galleries in narrating the achievements in African-American art.” with Dred Scott, Michael Rosenfeld and others, Brooklyn, NY, February.
National Gallery of Art, “A Bearden Celebration” in conjunction with Art of Romare Bearden exhibition, Washington, DC, September.
Artist In Residence, public lecture, Experimental Printmaking Institute, Lafayette College, Easton PA., October-November.
2002 A.R.T. Gallery Exhibition Talk, to group from the Corcoran Museum College of Art, Washington, D.C., New York City, October.
A.R.T. Gallery Exhibition Talk, to George Mason University students, Fairfax, VA, New York City, October.
A.I.R. Gallery Talk, Textile Study Group of New York State, Wooster St., New York City, May.
Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Amistad Foundation 2002 Artist Conversation Series, Hartford, CT, April 21.
Panelist—Art Lab, “Public Art: Problems and Process,” symposium with Brett Cooke-Disney, Ming Fay, moderated by Robert Bunkin, Staten Island, NY, March 22.
2001 Moore College of Art—public artist’s talk and slide lecture, Pennsylvania, PA, May 31.
Arizona State University Art Museum, visiting artist. Tempe, AZ, April 20.
Western Connecticut State College/Weir Farm lecture and graduate program critiques, Brewster, March 27.
Walker Art Center, public lecture, Minneapolis, MN, March 4.
Women’s Art Registry of Minnesota, sole juror selecting artist collaborators, 2001–2002. March.
Smith College Museum of Art, lecture, Northhampton, MA, February 23.
Olin Art Gallery, Kenyon College, Gambier, OH, lecture, January.
2000 Paris Conference: Contemporary African and Diaspora Art and the Politics of Re-presentation; Moderator/Discussant: Jean-Hubert Martin; Presenters: Amos and Obiora Udechukwu, Nigeria; Barry Gaither, curator, Boston; Marilyn Martin, director of South African National Gallery. September.
Syracuse University, visiting artist lecture, Syracuse, NY. September.
1999 University of Georgia Art Museum, public lecture, Athens, GA.
Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, public lecture, AL.
James F. Byrnes Institut, public lecture, Stuttgart, Germany.
Franklin & Marshall College, public lecture, Lancaster, PA.
Hobart & William Smith Colleges, public lecture and Undergraduate lecture, Geneva, NY.
Panelist, Schomberg Center, “Slave Routes: The Long Memory, Architecture and Public Art,” with Max Bond, Juan Sanchez, Alvia Wardlaw, Mel Edwards, sponsored by NYU’s African Studies Program.
1998 The Spence School, lecture to the student body and faculty, NYC.
Brookdale Community College, public lecture.
Panel, “See the Real Me: African Americans, the Visual Arts, and Spectatorship,” Moderator, Richard Powell, Duke U., with Radcliffe Bailey, Charles Stone, artists and Thelma Golden, curator, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. July, Atlanta.
Panel, “Community Empowerment of African American Women in the Arts,” The Newark Museum.
1997 School of Fine Arts, Southwestern University, Georgetown, TX, public lecture.
Hun School, student body lecture, Princeton, NJ.
Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, public lecture.
Skowhegan School, Skowhegan, ME, Visiting Artist and public lecture.
Newark Museum, public lecture and taped interview.
Weir Farm Heritage Trust, Wilton, CT, Artists Lecture Series.
Howard University, Washington, DC, public lecture.
1996 New World School of the Arts, student body lecture, Miami, FL.
Wadsworth Atheneum Museum, members’ studio lecture, NYC.
Fisk University, Nashville, TN, lecture and visiting artist critiques.
Rhode Island School of Design, Visiting Artist critiques and lecture.
Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic, CT, Exhibition and public lecture.
1995 Detroit Institute of Arts, public lecture, Detroit, MI.
Heckscher Museum, Huntington, NY, public lecture.
University of Maryland at College Park, College of Art, Minorities and Women Lecture Series.
Threadwaxing Space, National Association of Artists’ Organizations, panel, with Thelma Golden, Michael Brenson, Laura Rosen and others.
Brooklyn College, Mellon Lecture, Wolfe Institute.
Museum of Modern Art, public lecture series, Conversations with Contemporary Artists.
Studio Museum in Harlem, gallery talk.
Drawing Center, ArtTable panel, with Joanna Drucker, Carolee Schneemann, Kiki Smith, and others.