Other

Public talks:

Everything Makes Noise!
SAW Video, Ottawa, October 22 2005
Workshop on film sound theory

What is Good and Bad Art, and Who Decides?
Galerie SAW Gallery, Ottawa, July 8 2006
Panel discussion presented as part of the group exhibition The Best of the Museum of Bad Art, curated by Stefan St-Laurent

The Cedar Tavern Singers in Dialogue with Christopher Rohde
Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, October 16 2012
Artist talk/discussion presented as part of the exhibition Art Snob Solutions, Phase III: At the Hundredth Meridian by the Cedar Tavern Singers (Daniel Wong & Mary-Anne McTrowe), curated by Sandra Dyck (click here to listen)

Curating and Dissemination
Daïmôn, Gatineau, May 18 2013
Panel discussion presented as part of Chemins de traverse: Video Art and Experimental Cinema Symposium

Academic courses:

An Introduction to Bad Art
Carleton University, Ottawa, May 1 – 5 2006
Week-long lecture and screening series in Enrichment Mini-Course Program for grade 8 – 12 students

An Introduction to Bad Art
Carleton University, Ottawa, May 7 – 11 2007
Week-long lecture and screening series in Enrichment Mini-Course Program for grade 8 – 12 students

Introduction to Canadian Experimental Media
Carleton University, Ottawa, September – December 2008
Third-year undergraduate course on the history and development of experimental film and video-making in Canada

Introduction to Canadian Experimental Media
Carleton University, Ottawa, September – December 2010
Third-year undergraduate course on the history and development of experimental film and video-making in Canada

Topics in American Cinema: Van Dammesels in Distress

Carleton University, Ottawa, January – April 2017
Third-year undergraduate course examining issues of gender and sexuality in American action cinema

Introduction to Film Studies

Carleton University, Ottawa, May – August 2017
First-year undergraduate survey course exploring academic approaches to studying cinema