Special guest to give talk in PROD 311, Tuesday Sept 29th!

TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 2015

MB-7.270   6pm – 8pm

Special guest to give talk in PROD 311

OPEN to all interested students

 

Danielle Peers, PhD, Banting Postdoctoral Fellow

Communication Studies, Concordia University

 


BIO

Dr. Danielle Peers is an academic, activist, video artist and emerging performance artist whose work engages with disability, queerness, racialization, and the moving body. Danielle is currently a Banting Postdoctoral Fellow in Communication Studies at Concordia University.

www.daniellepeers.com

 

 

OVERVIEW of TALK

Through critical disability theory, personal stories, and examples from her art practice, Danielle will explore how three different ways of engaging with disability can transform artistic practices and performances. The first engagement is accommodating: welcoming non-normative individuals into our performance spaces. The second engagement is politicizing: denaturalizing and removing systemic barriers to full and meaningful participation. The third engagement is cripping: actively seeking out the generative possibilities that emerge from disability experience and culture. Attendees will be invited to workshop these ideas in relation to their current projects and processes.

 

For further information please contact PROD 311 instructor:

Stephen Lawson

Artist-in-Residence

Concordia University – Department of Theatre

mobile:  514-679-8330

email:  stephen.lawson@concordia.ca

bureau: 1550, boul. De Maisonneuve ouest, Montréal, Québec, Canada, H3G 1N2 ‎

post: 1455, boul. De Maisonneuve Blvd. ouest, Montréal, Québec, Canada H3G 1M8

 

Accessibility Info:

JMSB is fully wheelchair accessible, elevators are available to take you to the 7th floor. Accessible gendered washrooms are located on the 7th floor, and an accessible gender-neutral individual washroom is located on the 6th and accessible by elevator.