Thursday, January 26, 2012

Global Scholars Lecture: “Disability Culture: An Ingenious Way To Live”

Damn Arbor reader, Jeremy Lapham, sent in information about a lecture at Rackham this evening: “Disability Culture: An Ingenious Way To Live." From the Global Scholars webpage:

Petra Kuppers is a community artist and disability culture activist, Artistic Director of The Olimpias Performance Research Series, and Associate Professor of English at the University of Michigan. She also teaches on the low residency MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts at Goddard College.

Neil Marcus is a performance and visual artist, and poet. "Disability is an art - an ingenious way to live." This award-winning playwright, actor, poet, and performance artist earned national acclaim when he crafted his experiences as a man living with dystonia, into a powerful staged work. Since then, Marcus' passionate stance toward life has infused his artistic choices. Believing that "life is a performance," he has cast his creative net wide, participating in a range of diverse projects.

Sounds interesting. Thanks to Jeremy for sending this in.

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