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+ Coordinator & Co-Host for A Variety Show Celebrating Diane Burns and the American Indian Community House at MoMA. An evening of music, poetry, community reflection, and storytelling celebrating the intersection of the legacy of poet Diane Burns and the American Indian Community House (AICH), organized in connection with Sky Hopinka’s gallery presentation of, I’ll Remember You as You Were, Not As You’ll Become. This program included readings and performances by Nicholson Billey, Natalie Diaz, Jennifer Kreisberg, and Britta Ruona and was co-hosted by Trish Tarrant and Nicole Wallace. Co-organized in collaboration with the American Indian Community House, Britta Ruona, Nicole Wallace, and MoMA. January 19, 2023.  

+ Curator & Moderator for “On Diane Burns” at MoMA PS1. On the occasion of Diane Burns’s inclusion in MoMA PS1’s Greater New York, poet Nicole Wallace organized a day of reflection on Burns’s work and legacy. The program included a series of presentations of new textual material by Lou Cornum, Sky Hopinka, Maria Hupfield, and Justina Mejias, and was followed by a conversation moderated by Wallace. MoMA PS1. Queens, NY. March 19, 2022.

+ Presenter & Panelist for “Passwords: Selections from Chapbooks of the Mimeo Revolution”. Poets House. Virtual. May 14, 2020.

+ Author of “‘Riding the One Eyed Ford’: An Introduction” & interviewer for “‘This Book is a True Story’: A Conversation About Diane Burns” with Britta Ruona and Bob Holman. Chapbooks of the Mimeo Revolution. Poets House. May 2020.

+ Curator of “Big Fun: Indigenous Art & Performance as Resistance” at the Museum of the City of New York. An evening of poetry, music, and art celebrating radical urban Indigenous resistance, resilience, and activism that featured the work of 11 NYC-based artists and performers. Museum of the City of New York. New York, NY. January 28, 2020.



+ Guest poet & speaker for "Anishinaabemowin & Poetry Intensive" for Maria Hupfield's Anishinaabe Storytelling and Oral Tradition course with Mikinaak Migwans. University of Toronto. Toronto, ON. February 10, 2023.


+ Guest poet & speaker for "Lineages of Anishinaabe Poetics: A reading and conversation on Diane Burns" with Nicole Wallace for Dr. Margaux Kristjansson’s Indigenous Feminisms course. Bard College. November 22, 2022. 


+ Guest speaker for Dr. Lou Cornum's Introduction to Native American & Indigenous Studies: The Politics of Indigeneity course. NYU. New York, NY. November 7, 2022. 


Guest poet & speaker for YALDA summer workshop. Organized by Farnoosh Fathi. YALDA. Virtual. August 8, 2022.

+ Guest poet & speaker for Laura Henriksen’s Writing Studio course. Pratt Institute. Brooklyn, NY. March 31, 2022.

+ Workshop leader for “IN WAVES AND WAVES ::: MOVEMENT//MEANING//PRESENCE THROUGH SPACE”. Organized by Sarah Sala. Office Hours/Bureau of General Services—Queer Division. Virtual. May 22, 2021.

+ Guest poet & speaker for Dr. Margaux Kristjansson’s Settler Colonialism and Kinship course. Williams College. Virtual. May 10, 2021.


+ Carolyn Bush Award Finalist for manuscript anangoonsag. Wendy’s Subway. April 2022.

+ June/July 2020 Poetry Micro-Resident. Running Dog. Sydney, Australia (virtual). June—July 2020.

+ 2019 Emerging Poets Fellow. Poets House. New York, NY. March 2019—June 2019.

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