Elizabeth is frequently invited to speak about her work to a variety of groups and audiences. Here’s a partial list. To schedule a talk or exhibition, e-mail email@example.com.
Invited Talk. “Teaching Climate Change in Maine.” University of Maine. November 10th 2016. 12-1:30.
Past Readings, Workshops & Exhibitions:
Reading. Oregon State. Corvallis, Oregon. Friday, May 27th 2016.
Writing Workshop. Unearthing Ideas in the Elements: A Weekend on Stone Pond, New Hampshire. Visiting Writing. June 18th.
Lesley University. MFA Nonfiction Workshop. Visiting Writer.Boston Massachusetts. June 25th 10:30-12.
“The New Nature Writing” panel discussion. Association of Writers & Writing Programs Conference. Los Angles. Gold Salon 4, JW Marriott LA, 1st Floor. Thursday, March 31, 2016. 4:30 pm to 5:45 pm.
“Still Lifes from a Vanishing City: Essays and Photographs from Yangon, Myanmar. Art Vietnam Gallery. Hanoi, Vietnam. Exhibition Opening April 15th. Exhibition Dates: April 15th- May 6th.
Language Arts Live! Reading. Bates College. Lewiston Maine. October 14th, 6:30 pm
Reading and Workshop. Ubud Writers Festival. Bali, Indonesia. October 29th.
“Wild NYC.” Lecture, New York University’s Gallatin School. Dec. 4 2014.
“Still Lifes from a Vanishing City.” Lecture and exhibition. McIninch Gallery, Southern New Hampshire University, Jan. 15-Feb 28 2015.
“Lost & Found: Hanoi.” Group Exhibition, Goethe Institute Hanoi, April 15th- May 15th 2014, (Curator).
“Ways of Seeing.” Group Exhibition, Fiesta de Artes Visual Fotografía Lima, November 2013.
“Thinking Critically about Photojournalism.” Lecture, School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University, February 2013.
“Without a Safety Net.” Lecture, CUNY Graduate Center for Journalism, November 2012.
“Photography of Place: Context and Light.” Lecture and photography workshop, Pansodon Gallery, Yangon, Myanmar, Fall 2011.
“Paradise.” Group Exhibition, Proteus Gowanus, Brooklyn, New York, Summer 2011.
“60 Miles Per.” Solo Exhibition, Feidenheimer Gallery, Reed College, Portland, Oregon, Fall 2006.