Base: Experimental Arts + Space, Seattle, WA, January 8, 2019

Mad Vibrations: A Humming Ritual for Untrustworthy Narrators by Amal Alhaag and Maria Guggenbichler
District, Berlin (Germany), October 20, 2018. Click to access opening and closing meditations.

Race and Identity Readdressed Through Contemporary Art, panel discussion
Heard Museum, Phoenix, AZ (USA), May 5, 2018

Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver, BC (Canada), March 22, 2018

Pedagogies of the Opaque (I): Black Schools: Learning for and by Black Futures, discussion with Maikoiyo Alley-Barnes and Negarra A. Kudumu, moderated by Amal Alhaag and Maria Guggenbichler
Framer Framed, Amsterdam (The Netherlands), October 17, 2017

Alternative Forms of Learning, a panel discussion
Gardiner Museum, Toronto, ON (Canada), August 17, 2017;

Intersessions, discussion between Frank William Miller, Jr. and Negarra A. Kudumu moderated by artist Fahamu Pecou
Seattle, WA (USA), August 2, 2017

In Conversation with Mwangi Hutter
Mariane Ibrahim Gallery, Seattle, WA (USA), May 31, 2017

The Energy That Flows Through Everything, a conversation with Kat Larson
Town Hall, Seattle, WA (USA), April 12, 2017

Seattle Presents Lecture: Jasmine Brown with Negarra Kudumu
Seattle Presents Gallery, Seattle, WA (USA), May 12 2016

The Subversive Art of Kehindey Wiley, a conversation with Maikoiyo Alley-Barnes, Gary Faigin, and Negarra A. Kudumu
Town Hall, Seattle, WA (USA), March 30, 2016

Jim Chuchu In Conversation
Mariane Ibrahim Gallery, Seattle, WA (USA), May 19. 2015

The Black Aesthetic, a panel discussion
B2 Fine Arts, Tacoma WA (USA) October 12, 2014

Resurgence of the shaMEN, lecture and panel discussion
Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA (USA), August 2, 2014

"Situating African and African Diaspora artists in an African Art Historical Tradition", paper presentation
2nd International Conference on African Cultures, at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe, Harare (ZW), September 12, 2017

"Desecrating the Archive: Double Consciousness and Ethno-eroticism in the work of Ayana V. Jackson", paper presentation
2016 Popular Culture Association / American Culture Association national conference, March 25, 2016