ICP Public Programs Fall 2018

Join the International Center of Photography for lectures, panel discussions, performances, and more.
ICP
Sep 13, 2018
Join the International Center of Photography for lectures, panel discussions, performances, and more.

Most ICP Public Programs are free, but advanced registration is required. Each event’s location is noted below.

ICP Members have access to preferred seating at our public programs, in addition to many other exclusive privileges and benefits. Join today!

September

Reimagining the Image: Mary McCartney in Conversation with Mark Lubell

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 | 6:30–8 PM | ICP MUSEUM
A lecture and book signing with acclaimed British photographer Mary McCartney, whose work focuses on intimate portraiture and candid reportage.

Eugene Richards on The Run-On of Time

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 | 6:30–8 PM | ICP MUSEUM
The essential photographer sheds light on the themes, stories, and images that have shaped his forty-five year career and his retrospective on view at the ICP Museum.

October

A Tale of Two Crises: Reading Images of Social Epidemic

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10 | 6:30–8 PM | ICP MUSEUM
Imagemaker Jeffrey Stockbridge and journalist Kalah Siegel, along with scholars Helena Hansen and Michael Shaw, discuss historical and contemporary depictions of America's war on drugs.

New Directions in Interactive Media: Installation and Symposium

MONDAY, OCTOBER 15 | ICP MUSEUM
PANEL DISCUSSIONS: 4–5:30 PM and 6–7:30 PM
RECEPTION: 7:30–8:30 PM
Celebrate Unwavering Vision #3 and Anne Morgan: Photography and Advocacy with panel discussions featuring the thinkers and creators behind interactive, digital content in museums, archives, and the broader cultural sector.

All Used Up: Dismantling the Gaze x Queering the Collection

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17 | 6:30–8 PM | ICP MUSEUM
A night of screenings, readings, and performances featuring the appropriation practices of William E. Jones, Allison Parrish, and Christopher Clary, with special guest shawné michaelain holloway, followed by a panel discussion with moderator Nayland Blake.

For Freedoms: Home and Abroad

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30 | 6:30–8 PM | ICP MUSEUM
ICP hosts a town hall on personal and civic freedoms both home and abroad, as part of the 50 State Initiative organized by For Freedoms.

November

Optics: Visual Culture and Electoral Politics

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6 | 6:30–8 PM | ICP MUSEUM
From campaign posters and graphic identities to politicians’ self-styled photographs and social media presences, this session of Optics: A New Way of Seeing Contemporary Culture deconstructs the increasingly complex visual culture of politics.

Reimagining the Image: Tyler Mitchell

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7 | 6:30–8 PM | ICP MUSEUM
An evening with photographer and filmmaker Tyler Mitchell, whose work stands at the intersection of photography, fashion, art, and film and who recently became the first black photographer to shoot the cover of Vogue.

Dismantling the Gaze: The Spiritual Hunt

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13 | 6:30–8 PM | ICP MUSEUM
Curator and Art+Feminism co-founder Jacqueline Mabey presents a lecture and guided meditation that explores themes of identity, care, and community.

December

Optics: Going Viral—GIFs, Memes, and Insta-fame

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5 | 6:30–8 PM | ICP MUSEUM
This session of Optics: A New Way of Seeing Contemporary Culture invites artists and thinkers to examine the visuality, virality, and consumption of visual internet culture.

Photobook Fest

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6 | 6:30–8 PM | ICP MUSEUM
An evening of presentations, shopping, and signing, as photographers share their latest book projects.

 

Visit icp.org/events throughout the season for updates on additional programs, including those held in conjunction with the ICP Museum exhibition Eugene Richards: The Run-On of Time.

Dates, times, and locations are subject to change.

 

ICP’s Center for Visual Culture and accompanying programs have been made possible through the generous support of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Additional support for public programs has been provided by The Bern Schwartz Family Foundation, and public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.