Amanda Parmer is the Director of Programs at Independent Curators International. She previously worked as the Curator of the Vera List Center for Art and Politics and is a 2009-10 Whitney Independent Study Program Helena Rubenstein Curatorial Fellow. She has organized diverse exhibitions, programs and events with artists, collectives, curators and thinkers at Abrons Art Center, Brooklyn Academy of Music?, Cleopatra’s Brooklyn and Berlin, The Cooper Union, e-flux, High Line?, The Kitchen, New Museum, The New School, The New York Armory and Volta Shows and Sunview Luncheonette. She was a co-organizer of the LEGACY and PERSONA New Museum Seminars: (Temporary) Collection of Ideas and has taught at Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts at The New School and Rhode Island School of Design. In 2014 she initiated Parmer, a curatorial platform for exhibiting, programming and writing based in New York that focuses on queer and feminist strategies and post-colonial analysis.
RU Talks: Qëndresë Deda + Amanda Parmer Wednesday, May 29, 2019 6:30-8pm Residency Unlimited (RU) 360 Court Street (enter the Church through the main entrance) Brooklyn, NY 11231 FREE and open to the public Join Residency Unlimited (RU)s resident Qëndresë Deda and ICIs Director of Programs Amanda Parmer for a discussion on Power and Care. […]read more »
Comradeship Reading Group Tuesday, February 19, 2019 6:30-8pm ICI 401 Broadway Suite 1620 New York, NY 10013 FREE and open to the public Throughout 2019 ICI will be reading and thinking through Comradeship: Curating, Art, and Politics in Post-Socialist Europe. This selection of texts by Zdenka Badinovac, edited by J. Myers-Szupinska, gathers twenty years of […]read more »
2018 Curatorial Intensive in Bangkok: Public Symposium Sunday, October 28, 2018 12pm5pm Ayara Hall, 2nd Fl, Jim Thompson House Museum 6 Kasemsan 2, Rama 1 Road Phatumwan, Bangkok FREE and open to the public This day-long symposium concludes the inaugural ICI Curatorial Intensive in Bangkok. The panel discussion will addresses the question of “Why Curators?” […]read more »