Date(s) - Oct 2nd 2021
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
“Disability is a creative force enabling new understandings of the moving world.” – Kinetic Light
Experience our world, where disability culture and aesthetics take the stage. The intersectional disability arts movement promotes work by disabled people, work that features disabled people, and work that imagines a disabled audience as primary. This movement acknowledges access as a creative force in the artistic process and work itself, rather than as a retroactive accommodation.
We invite you to join us for an afternoon of inquiry and delight in an exchange with local and national artists who are experts in the disability arts field. Featured presentations include films highlighting the work of acclaimed dance ensemble Kinetic Light, a visual arts exhibition from community members, and a theatre performance examining questions on aging and independence in the time of COVID.
Audio description, closed captioning, ASL interpretation, and accessible parking/seating for all events.