CURATED EVENTS, PROGRAMMED SCREENINGS
Guest programmer of Future's Past's, Past's Futures: Environmental Memories in East-Central European Video Art at the Annual International Alternative Film/Video Festival. Belgrade, Serbia, 11-15 December, 2019. The program consisted of works by Ieva Epnere, Emilija Skarnulyte, Ulf Langheinrich, Mike Stubbs and Deimantas Narkevičius.
Programmer and curator of Jonas Mekas Expanded, a screening of Film Magazine of the Arts (Jonas Mekas, 1963), Letter to John From Jonas (Jonas Mekas, 1999) as well as clips from Walden (Jonas Mekas, 1968) and Lost Lost Lost (Jonas Mekas, 1976) followed by the panel discussion with art historians and film critics Melissa Ragona (Carnegie Mellon University), Andrew Uroskie (Stony Brook University) and Ed Halter (Bard College) moderated by Lukas Brasiskis (New York University). Department of Cinema Studies, New York University. New York, USA, 26 October, 2019.
Programmer and curator (with Austė Zdančiūtė and Mante Valiunaite) of CCamp (summer film symposium). The theme of the year: "Electrified Identities", Rokiskio Salu Dvaras, Lithuania, 8-11 August, 2019. A line-up of guests include: Madsen Minax, (filmmaker), Akosua Adoma Owusu (filmmaker), Dane Komljen (filmmaker), Almu Escobar Lopez (programmer), Amber Bemak (filmmaker), Elena Gorfinkel (film historian), among others.
Programmer of Mermaid With A Movie Camera, a first New York screening of Emilija Skarnulyte’s films followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker. The Spectacle Theater. Brooklyn, USA, April 21, 2019.
Programmer and curator of Landscape to be Experienced and to be Read: Time, Ecology, Politics. James Benning's Film Programme, a first Lithuanian retrospective of Benning's films accompanied by a discussion. Contemporary Art Center Cinema, Vilnius, Lithuania, February 14-17, 2019.
Co-curator and co-chair (together with Leo Goldsmith) of Field Recording and Documentary Sound: Practice, Ethics, and Aesthetics, screenings followed by a discussion panel with Stephanie Spray, Ernst Karel, and Joshua Bonnetta. Michelson Theater at New York University, New York City, USA. December 5, 2018
Curator and chair of Poetic Realism as Ethnography: Unforgettable Portraits in Baltic Documentaries, screenings followed by a discussion panel with Riho Vastrik, Pacho Velez, and Sally Berger. Michelson Theater at New York University, New York City, USA. October 17, 2018
Programmer and curator (with Austė Zdančiūtė) of CCamp (summer film symposium). The theme of the year: "Imperfect Cinema", Rokiskio Salu Dvaras, Lithuania, 9-12 August, 2018 (a line-up of guests include: Peggy Ahwesh, Erika Balsom, Miriam de Rosa, Jem Cohen, Ed Halter, Khalil Brothers, among others)
Programmer and curator of the CCamp (summer film symposium). The theme of the year: "Welcome to the Anthropocene", Antaliepte, Lithuania, 27-31 July, 2017 (a line-up of guests and speakers include: Ben Rivers, Denis Côté, Pawel Wojtasik, Joshua Bonneta, Emilija Skarnulyte, Tiago de Luca, Timothy Morton, Rugile Barzdziukaite, among others)
Co-curator (together with Leo Goldsmith) of Human. Material. Machine, a two-week long film and video program. Contemporary Art Center Cinema, Vilnius, Lithuania, 5-16 August 2015.
Co-chair and co-organizer of the NYU Cinema Studies Graduate Student Conference 2015. Theme: Shock Value: Experience, Affect, & the Moving Image. Department of Cinema Studies, New York University. New York, USA, 20-21 February 2015.
Programmer and curator of Nathaniel Dorsky: Devotional Cinema, a first Lithuanian retrospective of Dorsky's films accompanied by lecture series. Contemporary Art Center Cinema, Vilnius, Lithuania, 11-15 June 2014.
Programmer and curator (together with Gintė Žulytė) of Contemporary Past: Moving Images as a Fluid Memory, an international theory-and-practice based film workshop, symposium and film program. Nida’s Art Colony, Lithuania. June 7-21 2011.
One of the four initiators and curator of Meno Avilys, an independent film education, presentation and preservation center in Lithuania, Vilnius, Lithuania, 2005-2009.
Organizer and programmer (together with Paul Paper and Lina Cerniauskaite) of the international moving image festival Next Festival, Vilnius, Lithuania, 2005-2007.