Public Talks

2014 public lecture presented in collaboration with Honeypot Performance's Juke Cry Hand Clap:

Micah Salkind, “Let Me Tell You, There Was a Place: A Brief History of Cartography as It Relates to the Mapping of Chicago Social Cultures,” Public Talk presented at the Juke Cry Hand Clap, MANA Contemporary, Chicago IL, October 11, 2014. http://honeypotperformance.com/projects/juke-cry-hand-clap/.

TEXT/SLIDESHOW

2014 moderated panel curated in collaboration with The Illinois Humanities Council, Kristen Kaza and Eric Williams, hosted by Williams and The Silver Room:

Maurice Chaytor, Kristen Kaza, Craig Loftis, and Shaun J. Wright. “The Illinois Humanities Council Presents: Old School/Future Classics.” Panel, The Silver Room, July 10, 2014. http://www.prairie.org/events/28720/old-school-future-classics.

AUDIO RECORDING

Review by Chicago Windy City Times

2014 experimental lecture conceived of and performed in collaboration with Latham Owen Zearfoss. Links to audio and text are live on the Chances Dances website:

Micah Salkind and Latham Owen Zearfoss. “Borderless Musical Imaginaries Mixtape: House, Chances and Recuperating Queer Genealogies.” Performance/Lecture presented at the Extinct Entities, Links Hall, Chicago IL, January 26, 2014. http://linkshall.org/ArtistSupportSponsorship/ArtisticAssociates/ExtinctEntities/tabid/212/Default.aspx.

PT ONE and TWO of TWO - VIDEO DOCUMENTATION BY LINKS HALL

2014 panel curated in collaboration with The Chicago History Museum and the Out at CHM committee featuring Monica Hairston-O'Connell, Robert Williams, Alan King and Derrick Carter:

Alan King, Robert Williams, Derrick Carter, Micah Salkind, and Monica Hairston-O'Connell. “The House That Chicago Built.” Panel presented at the Out at Chicago, The Chicago History Museum, January 30, 2014.

PT ONE and TWO of FIVE - VIDEO DOCUMENTATION BY KEITH NIXON