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EDUCATION

Ph.D. Candidate in English Literature, degree expected August 2017
Ph.D. Minor in Fine Art and Creative Writing
University of Wisconsin-Madison

M.A. Literary Studies, December 2010
University of Wisconsin-Madison

B.A. Honors English and Women’s and Gender Studies, May 2008
Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL

PUBLICATIONS

Scholarly:

“Biological Plasticity and Performative Possibility in the work of Catherine Malabou and Curious.” Inter Views in Performance Philosophy: Contemporary Crossings and Conversations, ed. J. Elliott, M. Pauker, and A. Street. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017 (forthcoming).

Creative:

Metatron/ÖMËGÄ, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, December 2015
“Soliloquy” and “Chicago, 2005,” poems

Rabbit Catastrophe Review #9, Rabbit Catastrophe Press, Lexington, Kentucky, February 2015
“Nineteen One Act Plays About Forgetting” and “Images for a Film,” poems

Emergency INDEX 2013, Ugly Duckling Presse, Brooklyn NY, December 2014
“Osmium, Tungsten, Dionaea, Lavandula,” performance documentation

Emergency INDEX 2012, Ugly Duckling Presse, Brooklyn NY, 2013
“Talk Piece” by SALYER + SCHAAG, performance documentation

Requited Journal #6, Chicago IL, January 2012
“The landscape cracks and I sink into a nameless current – What can I salvage? – I imagine you swimming in a clear blue lake – If only I could move past this,” video

Digital Salon, Madison WI, April 2010
“Lady in Red: The Performance and Liberation of Desire in Dana Rotberg’s Angel of Fire,” graphic essay/digital collage/artist’s book

GRANTS, HONORS, AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND SCHOLARSHIPS

Mellon-Wisconsin Dissertation Fellowship, Summer 2015
Graduate School, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Borghesi-Mellon Interdisciplinary Workshop in the Humanities Grant, “Art and Scholarship in Theory and Practice,” 2015-2016
Center for the Humanities, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Alliance for the Arts in Research Universities (a2ru) Graduate Summit Grant, Spring 2015
Arts Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Artist-in-Residence (Funded), Spring 2015
The Bubbler, Madison Public Library Downtown Branch

Event Grant: “The Lifeworks of Tehching Hsieh,” Spring 2015
Associated Students of Madison (ASM), University of Wisconsin-Madison

Event Grant: “Martha Wilson: Staging the Self,” Spring 2015
Lectures Committee, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Herlihy-Jones Scholarship, Fall 2014
English Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison

ASTR Fellowship, Fall 2014
American Society for Theatre Research (professional organization)

Public Humanities Fellowship Finalist, Spring 2014
Center for the Humanities, University of Wisconsin-Madison

New Arts Venture Challenge 2nd Place Award, “Dream Collectors,” Spring 2014
Arts Enterprise, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Performance Philosophy Interim Event Grant, “Mad Theory: A Performance Philosophy Symposium,” Spring 2014
Performance Philosophy (professional organization)

Herlihy-Jones Scholarship, Spring 2014
English Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Vilas Travel Award, Spring 2014
The Graduate School, University of Wisconsin-Madison

A.W. Mellon Interdisciplinary Workshop in the Humanities Grant, “Art and Scholarship in Theory and Practice,” 2014-2015
Center for the Humanities, University of Wisconsin-Madison

A.W. Mellon Interdisciplinary Workshop in the Humanities Grant, “Art and Scholarship in Theory and Practice,” 2013-2014
Center for the Humanities, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Post-Prelims Fellowship, Summer 2013
English Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Travel Grant, Summer 2013
English Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Project Assistantship, Fall 2009
English Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Provost Research Fellowship, June 2008 – May 2009
English Department and Office of the Provost, Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL

Travel Grant, Spring 2009
Loyola University Chicago Graduate School

Cum Laude, May 2008
Loyola University Chicago

English Departmental Honors, May 2008
Loyola University Chicago

University Interdisciplinary Honors Program Honors Degree, May 2008
Loyola University Chicago

Women’s and Gender Studies Departmental Book Award, May 2008
Loyola University Chicago

Full-Tuition Ignatian Scholar Academic Scholarship, Fall 2004 – Spring 2008
Interdisciplinary Honors Program, Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL

CONFERENCES AND PRESENTATIONS

Panels Chaired:

Midwest Modern Language Association (MMLA) Convention:  Art & Artifice
Milwaukee WI, November 2013
Special Session:  “Bridging Art and Scholarship, in Theory and Practice”

Performance Studies International Conference, PSi19:  Now Then: Performance and Temporality, Stanford CA, June 2013
Praxis Session / Roundtable Discussion with 14 international scholar-artists: “Bridging Performance and Scholarship, in Theory and Practice”

Workshops Chaired:

Performance Philosophy 2nd Biennial Conference: What Can Performance Philosophy Do? School of the Art Institute of Chicago, University of Chicago, Chicago Cultural Center, April 2015
Performance Workshop: “Relational Aesthetics and Psychogeography: Encountering the City”

Theatre, Performance, Philosophy, University Paris-Sorbonne, Paris, France, June 2014
Performance Workshop:  “From the U.S. with Love”

Papers Presented:

Kaleidoscope: Graduate Student Conference of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, UW-Madison, March 2016
Diversity and Inclusion Committee Roundtable Discussion: “Diversity of Thought”

American Society for Theatre Research (ASTR) Working Group: Avant-Gardes, Otherwise: Performance, Aesthetics, and Experimentation in the Undercommons, Baltimore, MD, November 2014
“Race and the Avant-Garde: Marita Bonner’s Conceptual Plays”

Theatre, Performance, Philosophy, University Paris-Sorbonne, Paris, France, June 2014
“Biological Plasticity and Performative Possibility”

Midwest Modern Language Association (MMLA) Convention:  Art & Artifice
Milwaukee WI, November 2013
“Form and Transformation:  Marita Bonner’s Conceptual Plays”

Performance Studies International Conference, PSi19:  Now Then: Performance and Temporality, Stanford, June 2013
“Presence, Mediation, and Disruption:  Politics of Avant-Garde Temporalities in Genet’s The Blacks, Wang’s Chan is Missing, and Hsieh/Montano’s Rope Piece

At Play in the Space Between:  1914-1945, DePaul, June 2013
Enemy of the Stars and The Yellow Sound:  Wyndham Lewis’ and Wassily Kandinsky’s Avant-Garde Experiments with Dramatic Performativity (or, ‘How to Do Things with Theatre’)”

Performing Theory, Theorizing Performance, UW-Madison Theatre Dept., March 2013
“Between Essence and Artifice: Nicki Minaj’s Plastic Performativity”

MadLit: Between Surface and Depth, UW-Madison English Dept., March 2013
“Between Essence and Artifice: Nicki Minaj’s Plastic Performativity”

Sound and Silence in the Space Between:  1914-1945, Notre Dame, June 2009
“Audible Identities:  The New Aurality and Modern Subjectivity,” with Pamela L. Caughie

Provost Fellow Research Symposium, Loyola University Chicago, May 2009
“Virginia Woolf and Sound Technology:  Radio, Gramophone, Broadcasting”

Comparative Drama Conference, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, March 2009
“Panoptic Power / Transformative Theatre:  A Foucauldian Analysis of Wertenbaker’s Our Country’s Good

CURATORIAL PROJECTS

Foundations of Performance Art: Martha Wilson, Tehching Hsieh, and Linda Mary Montano
Center for the Humanities and Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, April – October 2015
Co-organized series of workshops, artist’s talks, studio visits, and performances with Andrew Salyer

Mad Theory 2: A Performance Philosophy Symposium
Madison Public Library, Madison WI, March 2015
Co-organized conference, with James Burling, Dijana Mitrovic, and Andrew Salyer

Theory-Practice Collaboratories for Art + Scholarship Mellon Workshop
Center for the Humanities, Madison WI, September 2014 – May 2015
Co-organized series of symposia with Andrew Salyer

Mad Theory:  A Performance Philosophy Symposium
The Bubbler at Madison Public Library, Madison WI, April 2014
Co-organized event, with Megan Marsh-McGlone, Dijana Mitrovic, and Andrew Salyer

Flexuous
Commonwealth Gallery, Madison WI, April 2012
Co-curated exhibition and series of live art events with Doug Rosenberg and Andrew Salyer

A Tuber-Cloud-Shaped Evening of Poetry and Performance
Gallery 6321, Madison WI, February 2012
Co-curated event with Lewis Freedman and Andrew Salyer

EXHIBITIONS / SCREENINGS / PERFORMANCES

An Evening of Intermedia Improvisations with Bruce Andrews and Friends, Threshold, Madison WI, March 2016
“Nineteen One-Act Plays About Forgetting,” text/performance

Feminism (n): Plural, Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, IL, May-June 2015
“Script,” photograph and audio

Performance Philosophy Conference: What Can Performance Philosophy Do? School of the Art Institute of Chicago, April 2015
“Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” site-specific performance with audio

The Dream Collectors Artist-in-Residency, The Bubbler at Madison Public Library, Madison WI, March 2015
Relational aesthetics project, with Megan Marsh-McGlone and Andrew Salyer

Lecture by Alain Badiou, “Is Philosophy Able to Think the Present?” UW-Madison Center for the Humanities and Havens Center for Social Justice, December 2014
Staged reading of Jean Genet’s The Balcony

Fantasy / Landscape:  Video Art by Katrina Schaag
Solo Exhibition, Madison Public Library Downtown Branch, September-October 2014

Ossuary, Herron School of Art and Design, Indianapolis, Indiana, January-February 2014
“O, LOVER!  O, DEATH! / A Tragic Account of the Life of The Infinite Woman in 1950, in 1850, in 2500 BCE …” book, cord, text, gold leaf, crystal urn pendant, bone ash, lavender moss

Wisconsin Triennial, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Madison WI, Sep. 2013-Jan. 2014
With Spatula & Barcode’s Café Allongé
“Osmium, Tungsten, Dionaea, Lavandula,” intimate, one-on-one, site-specific performance

Ossuary, University of Tennessee Downtown Gallery, Knoxville, Tennessee, October 2013
“O, LOVER!  O, DEATH! / A Tragic Account of the Life of The Infinite Woman in 1950, in 1850, in 2500 BCE, or, In this one heroine, Edison Marshall has created every woman with her natural gifts of beauty, passion, and power, or, Against the dispersed, contingent, and multiple existences of actual women, mythical thought opposed the Eternal Feminine, unique and changeless. If the definition provided for this concept is contradicted by the behavior of flesh-and-blood women, it is the latter who are wrong, or, Lilith, Lucia Riley, Kali, Lola Montero, Eve, Lola Montez, and Eliza Gilbert in the garden, in the sea, in the forest, in the mine pit, in the grave, or, I am incapable of conceiving infinity, and yet I do not accept finity. I want this adventure that is the context of my life to go on without end…” book, cord, text, gold leaf, crystal urn pendant, bone ash, lavender moss

Q & A, Madison Public Library, Madison WI, September 2013
“What scene would you choose?  It was an artificial light.  A snarling wolf.  See, I lie low in the rank, wet weed.  What is behind the curtain? The clock of my heart kept ticking.” collage on balsa wood

Stacked, Madison Public Library, Madison WI, September 2013
“The dancing magpies, the accident, the spiders beneath the stairs,” digital video

Garbage World 7:  Never Nothing Now, Little Berlin, Philadelphia, PA, July 2013
“If the doll is in the birdcage,” performance ephemera: text, audio track, color photograph

10-Minute Play Festival, Hemsley Theatre, Madison WI, February 2013
“Sea-Socket Root-Extrication,” dramatic script

Too Many Dinner Parties (4-D Show), Art Lofts, Madison WI, October 2012
“Red Feathered Egg Book,” interactive video

Gallery 6321, Madison WI, April 2012
“Music Box,” tiny video projection in constructed “Phasmatrope” screen-box

Bookless, Madison Public Library, Madison WI, January 2012
“Script,” interactive installation with performance and audio, featuring Eleanor Johnson

Requited: Sound and Language Performance, Enemy, Chicago, IL, December 2011
“The landscape cracks and I sink into a nameless current – What can I salvage? – I imagine you swimming in a clear blue lake – If only I could move past this,” live performance with video projection and audio

Performance Festival, Private residence, Madison WI, December 2011
“The Sadie and Vedette Penny Arcade,” intimate interactive performance/installation, featuring Moxie Rhodes

American Society for Theatre Research Conference, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, November 2011
With Café Allongéby Spatula & Barcode
“Red Feathered Egg Book,” intimate, one-on-one, site-specific performance

The Fourth Dimension (4-D Show), Art Lofts, Madison WI, November 2011
“The landscape cracks and I sink into a nameless current – What can I salvage? – I imagine you swimming in a clear blue lake – If only I could move past this,” video

The Fourth Dimension (4-D Show), Art Lofts, Madison WI, November 2011
“The Sadie and Vedette Penny Arcade,” interactive performance/installation, featuring Moxie Rhodes

Private residence, Madison WI, October 2011
“The Sadie and Vedette Penny Arcade,” intimate interactive performance/installation, featuring Moxie Rhodes

Rock County Folk Symposium, Janesville Wisconsin, September 2011
“Evolving Floral,” durational dance performance, with Ryn McPherson

Searching the Vestiges of Love, Defibrillator, Chicago, IL, June 2011
Butoh Ritual Mexicano performance, with Diego Pinon

Garbage World Performance Festival, Mortville, Chicago IL, November 2010
“If the doll is in the birdcage,”performance with costume (wire, thread) and audio

Series of Forms, Vilas Black Box, Madison WI, October 2010
“If the doll is in the birdcage,” performance with audio

Digital Salon, College Library, Madison WI, April 2010
“Lady in Red: The Performance and Liberation of Desire in Dana Rotberg’s Angel of Fire,” graphic essay/digital collage/artist’s book

Locked Out, Chicago IL, January 2010
“Ouch, You Make Me Feel Like a Natural Woman.”, performance with audio

Follow Spot Live Art Night, i^3 Hypermedia Production Studio/Gallery, Chicago IL, August 2009
“A History of the Subject in Fragments,” performance

Dark Matter: Version Arts Festival, Co-Prosperity Sphere, Chicago, IL, April 2008
“Communication//Saturation [[Four Humans For Television]],” interactive, multi-media, durational, live-in performance installation

i^3 Hypermedia International/Independent/Interstitial Arts Festival, i^3 Hypermedia Production Studio/Gallery, Chicago, IL, March 2008
“Communication//Saturation [[Four Humans//Four Televisions]],” interactive, multi-media, durational, live-in performance installation

101 Paintings Show, Co-Prosperity Sphere, Chicago IL, October 2007
“Untitled,” charcoal drawing

COLLABORATIVE ART AND PERFORMANCE PROJECTS WITH ANDREW SALYER (SALYER + SCHAAG)

Wisconsin Triennial, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, September 2016 – January 2017
“Performing MMoCA,” social practice project

TRANS Performance Program, American Society for Theatre Research Conference, Minneapolis, MN, November 2016
“Breathing and Moving: A Gestural Orchestra,” relational aesthetics project

Words & [ ]: A Durational Conference of Art and Thought, School of Making Thinking, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 2016
“Breathing and Moving: A Gestural Orchestra,” relational aesthetics project

An Evening of Intermedia Improvisations with Bruce Andrews and Friends, Threshold, Madison WI, March 2016
“Some Questions Answered,” text/performance

Situations Love Symposium, Situations, Chicago IL, February 2016
“Breathing and Moving: A Gestural Orchestra,” relational aesthetics project

Ten-Minute Play Festival, Hemsley Theatre, Madison WI, February 2016
“The Landscape Cracks / A Thousand Kisses,” play script

PerformASTR, American Society for Theatre Research Conference, Baltimore MD,
November 2014
“Foreword (after ‘Talk Piece,’ after ‘Afterword,’ and after ‘Truer Words’),” durational, site-specific performance

Art Cabaret, Art Lofts, Madison WI, September 2014
“The Missing Piece,” tele-performance (live Skype video projection with live performance)

An Evening with Progress Gardens, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, August 2014
“Perfect Movement Engineering for Better Everyday Living,” interactive performance

Mad Theory:  A Performance Philosophy Symposium, Madison WI, April 2014
“Soft light creeps in from stage left.  Tense plastic nets that caress and receive.  (We recited possibilities aloud.  We made charts.),” multimedia lecture performance

Herron School of Art and Design, Indianapolis, Indiana, January-February 2014
“Afterword: A Conversational Soufflé” (as part of Laurie Beth Clark’s “Ossuary” installation), performance documentation

Festival of Language:  The Art of Hybridity, Milwaukee WI, November 2013
“Soft light creeps in from stage left.  Tense plastic nets that caress and receive.  (We recited possibilities aloud.  We made charts.),” multimedia lecture performance

University of Tennessee Downtown Gallery, Knoxville, Tennessee, October 2013
“Afterword: A Conversational Soufflé” (as part of Laurie Beth Clark’s “Ossuary” installation), performance documentation

Q & A, Madison Public Library, Madison WI, September 2013
“Some Questions Answered,” ink on paper

Stacked, Madison Public Library, Madison WI, September 2013
“Untitled (Dance),” digital video

Performance Studies International Conference, Stanford CA, June 2013
“The Landscape Cracks / A Thousand Kisses,” live performance

Too Many Dinner Parties (4-D Show), Art Lofts, Madison WI, October 2012
“Truer Words Are Rarely Spoken in the Twenty-First Century,” live performance

Private residence, Madison WI, April 2012
“Andy and Kate’s Dinner Party,” interactive, intimate, site-specific performance event

Flexuous, Commonwealth Gallery, Madison WI, April 2012
“Play/Record,” interactive installation with drawings and audio

Chazen Museum of Art, Madison WI, March 2012
“Afterword: A Conversational Soufflé”(as part of Laurie Beth Clark’s “Ossuary”installation), live performance

MadLit (UW-Madison English Graduate Department Conference), March 2012
“Afterword: A Conversational Soufflé,”live performance

Gallery 6321, Madison WI, March 2012
“Tarp-Dance,”video

Private residence, Madison WI, February 2012
“Talk Piece,” 40-hour durational, intimate, site-specific performance/installation

Performance Festival, Gallery 6321, Madison WI, December 2011
“The Landscape Cracks / A Thousand Kisses,” live performance with audio

GUEST LECTURES AND WORKSHOPS

Guest Lecturer:

Guest Lecture, “From Object to Process,” English 271: Writing with New Media, UW-Madison English Department, Fall 2015

Guest Lecture, “Relational, Participatory, Performative, 4D,” Art 338: Service Learning in the Arts, UW-Madison Art Department, Spring 2015

Guest Lecture, “Relational, Participatory, Performative, 4D,” Art 338: Service Learning in the Arts, UW-Madison Art Department, Fall 2014

Guest Lecture, “The Stepford Wives, Laura Mulvey, and the Male Gaze,” English 177: Literature and Popular Culture, UW-Madison English Department, Spring 2014

Guest Lecture, “Image/Text: The Performing Page,” ILS 275: Art and Political Activism, UW-Madison Integrated Liberal Studies Program, Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, with Andrew Salyer, Summer 2013

Workshop Leader:

Workshop Leader, “Performance and 4D Art,” ArtWrite Collective’s Flourish: Creative Development Series, Arts + Literature Laboratory, with Andrew Salyer, Spring 2016

Workshop Leader, “Serious Play: Surrealist Experiments,” The Bubbler at Madison Public Library, with Andrew Salyer, Spring 2015

Workshop Leader, “Collaboratory: Serious Play,” Art + Scholarship A.W. Mellon Exploratory Workshop, Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, with Andrew Salyer, Fall 2013

Workshop Participant:

Workshop with theatre/dance artist Luis Armando Ordaz Gutiérrez, “Exploring What You Are Not Supposed To,” Madison WI, Spring 2016

Workshop with performance scholar Uri McMillan, “Embodied Avatars: Genealogies of Black Feminist Performance Art,” Madison WI, Spring 2016

Workshop with queer theory scholar Elizabeth Freeman, “The Work of Sex in the Age of Digital Reproduction: Gerard & Kelly’s Kisses,” Madison WI, Fall 2015

Workshop with artist Linda Montano, “The Return of Chicken Woman,” Madison WI, Fall 2015

Workshop with artist Tehching Hsieh, “The Lifeworks of Tehching Hsieh,” Madison WI, Spring 2015

Workshop with artist Martha Wilson, “Staging the Self,” Madison WI, Spring 2015

Workshop with artist Cassils, “Ghost,” Madison WI, Spring 2015

Workshop with performance artists Guillermo Gómez-Peña and Saúl García-López of La Pocha Nostra, “Exercises for Rebel Artists,” Madison WI, Fall 2014

Workshop with butoh dancer Nicole LeGette, “Serious Play of Butoh,” Madison WI, Fall 2014

Workshop with philosopher Alain Badiou, “Mise-en-Scène: A Conversation with Alain Badiou and Frédéric Neyrat,” Fall 2014

Workshop with artist-scholar-activist Gregg Bordowitz, “Materialist Geography and the Knight’s Move,” Madison WI, Spring 2014

Workshop with artist-scholars P.A. Skantze and Matthew Fink: “Methodologies in Motion,” Madison WI, Spring 2014

A. W. Mellon Workshop: Aesthetic Relations, Fall 2011-Spring 2012

Workshop with performance scholar Shannon Jackson: “Performance and Precarity Across the Arts,” Madison WI, Spring 2012

Workshop with visual culture scholar Nicholas Mirzoeff: “The Right to Look: Or, Why We Occupy,” Madison WI, Spring 2012

Workshop with philosopher Catherine Malabou: “Plasticity, Epigenesis, & Life,” Madison WI, Spring 2011

Workshop with philosopher Jacques Ranciere: “Doing or Not Doing: Aesthetic Paradigms and Political Issues,” Madison WI, Spring 2011

Workshop with dancers/artists Eiko & Koma: “Delicious Movement,” Chicago IL, Fall 2011

Workshop with dancer/artist Diego Pinon: “Searching the Vestiges of Love,” Chicago IL, Summer 2011

Workshop with dancers Chris Aiken and Angie Hauser: “Frameworks: Dance Improv and Design,” Chicago IL, Summer 2011

Workshop with performance artists/scholars Curious (Helen Paris and Leslie Hill): “Autobiology,” Madison WI, Fall 2010

Workshop with playwright Len Jenkin, Spring 2010

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

English 217: American Literature, Spring 2013

English 177: Digital Humanities, Fall 2013 and Fall 2014

English 177: Literature and Popular Culture, Spring 2014

English 173: African-American Literature, Fall 2012

English 169: Modern American Literature, Fall 2010 – Spring 2011

English 100: Composition, Fall 2011 – Spring 2012 and Spring 2015

Writing Center, Fall 2013 – Summer 2014

DesignLab, Fall 2015 – present

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS/AFFILIATIONS

American Society for Theatre Research, September 2014-present

Performance Philosophy, September 2013-present

Madison Performance Philosophy Collective, September 2013-present

New Media Caucus, March 2013-present

Performance Studies International, February 2013-present

Midwest Modern Language Association, June 2013-present

Visual Cultures Reading Group, September 2012-present

Contemporary Literature Colloquium, September 2012-present

Graduate Student Association, Fall 2009-present
Teaching Mentor, Fall 2014
GSA Mentor, Fall 2010-present
GSA Host, Fall 2009

Teaching Assistant Association, Fall 2009-present

Space Between Society:  Literature and Culture, 1914-1945, Spring 2009-present

LANGUAGES

French, Advanced Proficiency in Reading

Spanish, Adequate Proficiency in Reading

NEW MEDIA SKILLS

Video editing: Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, iMovie

Audio editing: Audacity

Graphic design: InDesign, Canva, Comic Life

Website design: WordPress, Tumblr

Game design: ARIS

Presentations: PowerPoint, Prezi, Pecha Kucha, TED Talks

Social media communication and events marketing: Facebook, Twitter, email, YouTube