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Workshop at Hauser & Wirth

“Open Meeting for Arts Educators and Teaching Artists” at Hauser and Wirth, New York, NY, May 17, 2019. The event was facilitated by the Pedagogy Group and was the seventh of an eight part series organized by members of BFAMFAPhD.

How to Start a Pedagogy Group – Article

Audio accessible on Bad At Sports


THE PEDAGOGY GROUP at Hauser & Wirth, May 17, 2019


Greenpoint Film Festival


Expanded Cinema class student work, Pratt Institute Spr 2019

Art As Social Action


An Introduction to the Principles and Practices of Teaching Social Practice Art

Gregory Sholette and Chloe Bass

with contributions from The Pedagogy Group

Book launch May 11, 2018 as part of Open Engagement 2018


In the production of HOME at BAM Harvey Theater

BAM Harvey1

Hungry March Band with physical theater artist Geoff Sobelle

Sanctuary X

Sanctuary X
Pratt Institute is a Sanctuary Campus, which means there is protection for students that are undocumented immigrants. However, many campuses across the States are contentious battlegrounds for Sanctuary status, and administrations are trying to figure out how this relates to recent travel restrictions.

Public Forums at Martha Rosler show

6/28/16 the fourth and final open forum discussion, ‘Privatize’, is part of the exhibition “If You Can’t Afford to Live Here, Mo-o-ve!,” a re-presentation of Martha Rosler’s three-show cycle on housing and homelessness from 28 years ago at Dia Art Foundation.

Martha Gallery


Opening at Mitchell-Innes & Nash gallery

If you can’t afford to live here, mo-o-ve!!

This Martha Rosler project, hosted by The Temporary Office of Urban Disturbances, has work from the original 1989 show, and new works-

some of my videos are included.

Mitchell-Innes & Nash     
martha rosler: If you can’t afford to live here, mo-o-ove!!
Hosted by the Temporary Office of Urban Disturbances
Opening Tomorrow: Tuesday, June 7 from 6 to 8 pm
534 West 26th Street, New York
Installation View of City: Visions and Revisions, show 3 of  Martha Rosler, If You Lived Here …  at the Dia Art Foundation in Soho, 1989
From June 7 through July 9, 2016, MitchellInnes & Nash will hand over the gallery space to The Temporary Office of Urban Disturbances, an autonomous group formed in May 2016.  The Temporary Office of Urban Disturbances presents If you can’t afford to live here, mo-o-ove!!, an exhibition expanding upon the living archive of artist Martha Rosler’s landmark three-show cycle entitled If You Lived Here…, first shown at the Dia Art Foundation in 1989. Please join us for the opening reception tomorrow, Tuesday, June 7 from 6 to 8 pm.


A series of town hall discussions dedicated to exploring themes present in the exhibition will take place at MitchellInnes & Nash, hosted by The Temporary Office of Urban Disturbances.

Town Hall Discussions:
Tuesday, June 14, 6-8 pm: Art-Estate
Thursday, June 16, 6-8 pm: Up-and-coming: Trending Neighborhoods, Rising Resistance, Part 1
Tuesday, June 21, 6-8 pm: Up-and-coming: Trending Neighborhoods, Rising Resistance, Part 2
Thursday, June 23, 6-8 pm: Privatize!

Contributors to the exhibition include (list in formation): Cohabitation Strategies, Dan Wiley, Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Artist Studio Affordability Project, 596 Acres, Inc., Jeanne van Heeswijk, Urban Homesteading Assistance Board, Met Council on Housing, Brooklyn Laundry Social Club, Sasha Sumner, Breaking Ground, Kelly Anderson, Natalie Bookchin, Jerry Pagane, Robbie Conal, Dona Ann McAdams, Kristin Reed, Andrew Castrucci, Rachael Romero, Gregory Sholette, Anton van Dalen, Picture the Homeless, New York City Community Land Initiative, ManSee Kong, Dina Bursztyn, Housing Works, Tenants & Neighbors, New Economy Project, FUREE, CAAAV, Community Voices Heard, Right to the City Alliance, Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP), Design and Urban Ecologies students at Parsons, Community Service Society, Noah Fischer, Betty Yu, Marilyn Nance, Andrea Robbins, Max Becher, and Mel Rosenthal.

Video Installation – Love Jackie


A Show About Love

Poptart & Ugly Art Room at 480 SW Madison, Suite #7, Corvallis, OREGON 97330

Opening Feb 13, 2016

6 – 8PM

Video documentation





RECALLed 7-Eleven Intervention



A curated show from Art in Odd Places

7-Eleven Intervention focuses on the monopoly of chain stores in NYC, the demise of mom-and-pop shops and the displacement of residents. This video performance investigates a corporate-makeover-culture that presumes a branding of the neighborhood, that levies an economic model both locally and globally.

Sasha Sumner, Nick Porcaro, Ellen Levy, Allyson Lipkin

Unites States Society for Education through Art – Queens Museum

July 19, 2015

USSEA Regional Conference


getting ready

Photo: Getting ready for our Pedagogy Group workshop at Queens Museum



The Queens Museum Open AIR Artist Services Program
is excited to partner with the New York City-based Pedagogy Group
in examining the intersection between pedagogy, art, and social change.
Members of the group will present a series of brief examples drawn from
their work. These cases will be the point of departure for a community
conversation about methodologies for educational practices that investigate
and analyze social contradictions, build political literacy, and support
community-based political organizing.

This tool uses the fun of the cootie catcher game to begin dialogs about why and how we do the work we do.



Let’s Talk About This: A Tool for Dialogue

1.  Cut around the outside of the square.

2.  Answer the questions drawing from your own experiences.

3.  Assemble the cootie catcher/fortune teller.

4.  Use the cootie catcher with a partner or group.

5.  If you are holding the cootie catcher and your partner selects a question, ask him or her to answer the question.

6.  If you are holding the cootie catcher and your partner selects your answer, tell him or her why you answered the question as you did.