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Disability Arts & Culture with Riva Lehrer & Nicola Griffith
Disability Arts & Culture with Riva Lehrer & Nicola Griffith
WhenFriday, May 13, 2016, 4:30 – 7 p.m.
Campus locationOdegaard Undergraduate Library (OUG)
Campus room220
Event typesAcademics, Lectures/Seminars, Performances
Event sponsorsDisability Studies Program

D Center

ASUW Student Disability Commission

Graduate and Professional Student Senate

Q Center

College of Education

School of Social Work

Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity

Department of English

Comparative History of Ideas Program

Department of Gender, Women, & Sexuality Studies

Diversity Minor Program

Bioethics & Humanities Department

American Sign Language Program

Department of Comparative Literature, Media & Cinema

Law, Societies & Justice Program
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Description

We are pleased to welcome Chicago-based artist Riva Lehrer, an award-winning painter, writer, and speaker whose work explores issues of identity and cultural depictions of disability. Among her best-known projects is “Circle Stories,” a series of portraits of disabled people with careers in the arts, academia, and activism (website).  We're also honored to host a reading & discussion with Nicola Griffith, whose science fiction and historical fiction novels include Ammonite, Slow River, and Hild (website).

There will be a poster session of student disability studies research, art, and social justice engagement.

We ask that you come fragrance free. There will be ASL interpretation and CART captioning.

This event is part of the 2016 Pacific and Western Disability Studies Symposium, MAKING DISABILITY PUBLIC: ARTS, SCHOLARSHIP, AND ACTIVISM.

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