Tami Katz-Freiman lectured at the Department of Art History at the Tel Aviv University as part of a course she gave on Feminism and Contemporary Art. She was also teaching Curatorial Studies at the International Curatorial Studies Program of the Kalisher School of Art and Technology in Tel Aviv. During her stay in the US, she has lectured at many institutions and colleges including FIU Department of Art and Art History, MAWA, Winnipeg, The Berman Center at Lehigh University, Pennsylvania; Golda Meir Center for Political Leadership, Denver, Colorado; and University of Tulsa, Oklahoma. She was also invited to Cuba to present Israeli art at the Wifredo Lam Museum in Havana. The topics of her lectures range from contemporary Israeli art to various feminist and gender-oriented issues, always from a curatorial perspective.
Visiting Curator Lecture Series at FIU Department of Art and Art History organized by MFA students in the visual arts
A paper and lecture for the International Conference: Representing the Holocaust: Practices, Products, Projections, The Berman Center for Jewish Studies, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania