Harvardwood Suggests... Centering Embodied Collectivity: Disability Aesthetics & Culture

November 09, 2020 at 2:00pm - 4pm

Please join Harvard's Dr. Alice SheppardDr. Debra Levine, and Dr. Michael Stein for a conversation that will explore disability art and aesthetics rooted in radical collectivity, and the language that shapes culture.

Open to the Harvard community and presented by Harvard Dance Center, in partnership with the Harvard Law School Project on Disability.


This event is also part of the Harvard Dance Center's Fall 2020 Visiting Artists Series, supported by the Office for the Arts. In honor of the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), each visiting artist brought to the Dance Center this semester is explicitly working at the intersection of dance and disability.

Access provided: ASL interpretation, closed captioning, and audio description. Please email [email protected] for any other access needs.

A grid of four squares, three headshots and the fourth a dance photo. Clockwise, from top right: Alice Sheppard, a light skinned

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