Category: See Me in Person

Live appearances, speaking engagements, lectures, personal appearances

  • Let’s Get to Know Each Other

      What I do I need to cover or address in this media project so I can continue to engage your mind and heart? Please share what stories you would like to see reflected on this media project:     Here are testimonies of some very nice people about my work and this media project. “A first-rate writer and editor. Randy Gener understands culture in the widest sense: as news, as art, as politics, as media.” — Margo Jefferson, Pulitzer Prize–winning writer/critic for the New York Times. “Mr. Randy Gener’s ‘In the Culture of One World,’ a showcase of his own individual work, is taking up the slack that print journalism is leaving behind. You won’t find this in your local papers.” — First-rate Critic George Hunka of Superfluities Redux   “Randy Gener is the visionary.” — Instinct Magazine’s Leading Men of the Year special edition   “Randy is an internationalist, a champion of cultural exchange and dialogue.” — The New York Daily News   “Randy Gener’s command of U.S. and international subjects is unequalled among his contemporaries.” — American Theatre magazine/Theatre Communications Group   Obligatory Bio A New York–based editor and writer, I contribute to National Public Radio, Miami Herald …

  • INTERNATIONAL JOURNALISM SEMINAR | LGBT issues and human rights coverage explored at Boston’s LGBT Media Summit

    My aim is to emphasize opportunities and strategies for the LGBT Media here in the U.S. to cover international issues and human-rights concerns that affect LGBT communities around the world. LGBT journalists have had few opportunities to work as foreign correspondents. That’s especially the case in today’s media environment, with sharp cutbacks by many news outlets in their international coverage.

  • Culturebot Conversations on Contemporary Performance

    Culturebot’s panel discussion on citizen criticism and the arts live-streams, takes place Jan. 15, a multidisciplinary arts and culture blog, and the Public Theater‘s Under the Radar Festival have graciously invited me to participate in a panel discussion on citizen criticism and the arts during the festival. Curated by, the discussion on criticism and the arts is entitled “Everyone’s A Critic! Exploring the Changing Landscape of Arts Writing.” It follows a discussion that pits visual-art performance against contemporary performance. And it will be livestreamed at The actual discussion itself takes place Sunday, January 15 at 1PM at the LuEsther Lounge @ The Public Theater, 425 Lafayette Street. Here is the description: As the mainstream media continues to cut its arts coverage, an increasingly diverse field of citizen journalists has filled in the gap. Some decry this as a disaster, proclaiming the death of criticism. Others characterize this as a long-overdue democratization of critical conversation. The truth is probably somewhere in between. What is the role of the arts writer in today’s society – either “professional” or “amateur”, what is the difference between a reviewer, a critic and a crank, and what does the future hold? Participants: Randy Gener (editor and critic of and in the Theater of One World) George Hunka …