Greater Romania at 100: New Perspectives on Visual Culture and Practice, one-day workshop at the University of St Andrews, May 2018.
A Game in Hell: The Great War in Russia, conference at the Courtauld Institute, London, September 2014.
Periodization in the History of Art in East-Central Europe, seminar series at the New Europe College-Institute for Advanced Study in Bucharest.
The Stuff of Research, material culture doctoral training programme at the National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh, and Kelvin Hall, Glasgow.
Museums and Controversial Collections. Politics and Policies of Heritage-Making in Post-colonial and Post-socialist Contexts, doctoral summer school at l’Institut Français d’Etude Anatoliennes, Istanbul.
Conference & Seminar Presentations
'The Academy of Decorative Arts: A Modern Initiative and Its Modernist Myths', Annual Art History Symposium, Museum of the City of Bucharest, November 2020. Watch here (in Romanian).
'Dissenting Designs and Feminine Modernities', Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies annual convention, November 2020.
'‘Dada is the Best Paying Concern of the Day’: Consumer Culture and Peripheral Avant- Gardes', Material and Visual Culture Seminar Series, The University of Edinburgh/ Edinburgh College of Art, September 2020.
'Putting the Peripheral Centre Stage: Performing Modernism in Interbellum Bucharest', Seminar series Periodization in the History of Art in East-Central Europe, New Europe College-Institute for Advanced Study, Bucharest, November 2019.
‘Integral Domesticities and Modernist Myths: Displaying the Modern Interior in Bucharest’, Modernism in the Home, University of Birmingham, July 2019.
‘The Magical and the Mechanical: Experiments for a Future Yiddish Theatre in Bucharest’, Back to the Future: Central European Avant-Garde Reclaimed, Royal Holloway, University of London, November 2018. Watch here.
‘Bauhaus, Berlin, Bucharest: Romanian Applied Arts and Design in the 1920s’, Society for Romanian Studies Conference, The Bucharest University of Economic Studies, June 2018.
‘Myth, Making and Modernity: The Academy of Decorative Arts and Design Education in Bucharest’, Greater Romania at 100: New Perspectives on Visual Culture and Practice, University of St Andrews, May 2018.
‘Ephemeral Modernisms, Transnational Lives: Reconstructing Avant-Garde Performance’, The School of Art History Research Seminar Series, University of St Andrews, April 2018.
‘Bucharest and the Baltics: Design Connections’, Romans Suta 120: Universal Formula of Art, Latvian National Museum of Art, Riga, April 2017.
‘Oriental Constructivism? Romanian Modernism between East and West’, Borders of Modernism, Centre for European Modernism Studies, University of Perugia, December 2016.
‘Oriental Constructivism? The Carpet Designs of M. H. Maxy’, Central European Art and Culture Seminar, Barber Institute of Fine Art, University of Birmingham, June 2016.
‘A Woman's Place: To be or not to be Avant-Garde’, European Network for Avant-Garde and Modernism Studies (EAM) Conference, Université Rennes 2, June 2016.
‘How to Make Friends and Influence People: Hospitality as a Feminist Weapon’, Hospitable Modernism, University of Sussex, May 2016.
‘When is an Avant-Garde Artist not an Avant-Garde Artist?’, TECHNE Kinesis & Stasis (un)conference, Barbican Centre, London, November 2015.
‘Fedor Lopukhov and the Ballet Bolt’, Russian Avant-Garde Theatre: War, Revolution and Design, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, January 2015.