Presentation History

How Art and Music Can Change the World
2014
– Chicago — Public Collectors: Malachi Ritscher at ESS, originally exhibited at the 2014 Whitney Biennial (see entry below) included work by David Lester and Jean Smith
– NYC — 2014 Whitney Biennial – key elements of “How Art and Music Can Change the World” exhibited in the 2014 Whitney Biennial. Public Collectors: Malachi Ritscher included David Lester’s “Malachi” poster from his Inspired Agitators series.

2013
– Vancouver — University of British Columbia, Kevin Chong’s creative writing class

2012
– Los Angeles — Loyola Marymount University, Evelyn McDonnell’s journalism class
– Los Angeles — Human Resources Los Angeles (HRLA)
– Los Angeles — Echo Park Film Center (EPFC)
– Salem, Oregon — Willamette University, Sammy Basu’s Canadian studies class
– Olympia, Washington — Timberland Library
– Vancouver — University of British Columbia, Kevin Chong’s creative writing class
– Vancouver — World Peace Forum
– Vancouver — BC Teachers for Global Peace and Education (PAGE)
– Vancouver — Word on the Street, Vancouver Public Library, sponsored by CUPE

2011
– Vancouver — Word on the Street, Vancouver Public Library
– North York — Public Library
– Ottawa — Public Library
– Toronto — Type Books
– Montreal — Casa del Popolo
– Winnipeg — Mondragon
– Vancouver — University of British Columbia, Kevin Chong’s creative writing class

2009
– Vancouver — The Vinegar Factory
– Vancouver — Windermere High School
– Olympia — Evergreen State College, Judith Baumann’s art class
– Salem, OR — Willamette University
– San Francisco — Modern Times Bookstore
– LA — California Institute of the Arts
– Durham, NC — Duke University
– New York — Bluestockings Books
– Philadelphia — Nexus Gallery
– Holyoke, MA — Mount Holyoke College
– Providence — Rhode Island School of Design
– Boston — Megapolis Audio Festival
– Toronto — Over the Top Festival

2002-2005
– World Peace Forum, The Roundhouse Vancouver, BC, 2006
– Richmond Art Gallery — Arts for Life keynote presentation to high school art students, Richmond, BC, 2005
– Word On The Street, Vancouver 2005
– Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design, Vancouver, BC, orientation day, 2004
– Grand Forks Public Art Gallery, Grand Forks, BC 2004
– Vernon Public Art Gallery, Vernon, BC 2004
– David Thompson Cultural Centre, Nelson, BC 2004
– Denman Island Community Hall, Denman Island, BC 2004
– Bean Scene Coffee House, Kelowna, BC 2004
– Burnaby Central High School, Burnaby, BC 2004
– The Western Front, Vancouver, BC 2004
– St. Vincent College (poetry class), La Trobe, PA, 2002
– Chatham College (sound art class), Pittsburgh, PA, 2002
– Balazo Gallery, San Francisco, CA, 2002
– Flywheel Gallery, Easthampton, MA, 2002
– IMC (Indie Media Center), Urbana, IL, 2002
– Capitol Theatre, Olympia, WA, 2002
– The Smell, Los Angeles, CA, 2002
– AK Press, Oakland, CA, 2002
– The Bottle Cap, upstairs at the Empty Bottle, Chicago, IL, 2002
– Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, WA, 2002

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