A Non-Zero-Sum Game: Sports, Art, and the Moving Image is a series of events launching, and part of, INCITE: Sportstaking place in bookstores, galleries, and cinemas.

January 24, 2018:
Kadist, San Francisco. 
POWER FORWARD. An evening of athletics, politics, and art. Ezekiel Kweku (politics editor, New York Magazine's Daily Intelligencer) and Ameer Loggins (writer, scholar, and regular contributor to The Athletic) in conversation, moderated by Sarah Hotchkiss (visual arts editor, KQED). Brett Kashmere and Astria Suparak provide an illustrated preview of INCITE: Sports. Works by Gao Mingyan, Chadwick Rantanen, Collier Schorr, and Hank Willis Thomas on view.

February 3:
Adobe Books Backroom Gallery, San Francisco.
WINNINGEST Exhibition Reception. This exhibition divulges shameful and disregarded aspects of sports. It accentuates the kinships and struggles of athletes, and revels in the moments that break with the past and usher in new eras.
Artists, Writers, and Featured Athletes: Haig Aivazian, Darryl Dawkins, Sally Dixon, Cara Erskine, Karen Kraven, Mark Gonzales, Pasha Malla and Jeff Parker, Hazel Meyer and Cait McKinney, Ayanah Moor, Zinedine Zidane.
Readers: Charlie Mirador, Dania Cabello, David Senior, Darrin Martin, Dolores Garay, Dorothy Santos, Grace Rosario Perkins, Maysoun Wazwaz, Samara Halperin, Silky Shoemaker, Yuri Ono, Zoey Kroll.

February 17:
San Francisco Cinematheque at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
THE NATION'S FINEST Film Screening. This program deconstructs the athlete body – how it is used for national, political, and social agendas, and how it is viewed and re-crafted by artists (who are sometimes athletic!).
Artists: Haig Aivazian, I AM A BOYS CHOIR, Internet, Tara Mateik, Nam June Paik, Keith Piper, and Lillian Schwartz.

March 3:
Other Cinema at Artists' Television Access, San Francisco.
Film Screening + The Greatest Sports GIFs Ever contest. A Post-Olympics Cool Down and Pre-March Madness Warm Up, the first quarter brings an illustrated preview of the book from Sports editors Astria Suparak and Brett Kashmere. Next up is the Greatest Sports GIFs of All Time competition, with participation prizes (submit yours by Feb. 26 to: info (at) incite-online.net or via Twitter: @incite_online). During Intermission, sit in on the Raiderettes’ practice (c. 1960s footage). The 2nd half brings the editors’ selections of fan-made supercuts as well as video art from Anil Dash, Paper Rad, Rachel Rampleman, James Blagden, and more, and a rare screening of Nathaniel Dorsky’s football psychodrama A Fall Trip Home. Final quarter brings Sports Spectacles from Craig Baldwin’s collection, including Muhammad Ali’s pre-Thrilla in Manila promo, behind-the-scenes of the 49ers Jumbotron, a 1970s film trailer for The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars & Motor Kings starring James Earl Jones, Billy Dee Williams and Richard Pryor, an excerpt of Cerro Pelado by Cuban agit-filmmaker Santiago Alvarez, and more. Pre-show loop by Lisa Young. Evening co-sponsored by Canyon Cinema.

March 1-31:
Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH. 
Exhibition of Haig Aivazian's "How Great You Are O Son of the Desert!, Part I" in The Box

March 22:
Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH. 
4pm: Expanding the Field: Sports and Culture Discussion with Hanif Abdurraqib (author, They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Us), Samuel Hodge (Ohio State Department of Human Sciences professor and coeditor of Black Males and Intercollegiate Athletics), and artist and writer Carmen Winant. Astria Suparak and Brett Kashmere provide an illustrated preview of INCITE: Sports.
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6pm: Sports Reception + Book Signing
7pm: THE NATION'S FINEST Film Screening

April 6: 
Pitzer College, Benson Auditorium, Claremont, CA. 
THE NATION'S FINEST Film Screening. Astria Suparak and Brett Kashmere provide an illustrated preview of INCITE: Sports. Followed by a reception.

April 12: 
Conversations at the Edge (CATE)
 at Gene Siskel Film Center, Chicago.

April XX, 7pm:
University of California, Santa Cruz. Studio C, Communications Building.

May 9, 7pm: 
University of California, Santa Cruz. Studio C, Communications Building. Co-presented by Wednesday Night Cinema Society and CDAR (Center for Documentary Arts and Research).

July 17: 
18th Street Arts Center, Santa Monica. Launch event to be announced.