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December 8, 2022

Rethinking connections between bodyminds and art: A disability and mad artists panel

The School of Disability Studies at Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU) and Art Windsor-Essex invites you to attend an online public event: Rethinking Connections Between Bodyminds and Art: A disability and mad artists panel.

On December 8th from 6:00 - 7:30 pm EST, artists Jack Hawk, Jules Koostachin, and Dev Ramsawakh will join in conversation to discuss their disability and mad art practices, critical access practices, and audience engagement. This conversation is inspired by and responds to Grey Matter: Your brain on art, a current Art Windsor-Essex exhibition curated by Dr. Lori Buchanan and Julie Rae Tucker.

ACCESS: There will be ASL-English interpretation and live captioning at this event. Please contact Eliza Chandler (eliza.chandler@ryerson.ca) for access inquiries.

TO REGISTER: To register for the event and receive the Zoom link please visit: https://ryerson.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_nuErkbmRSSG7BMA4EDhzwg

This event is organized by TMU students as part of DST 503: Disability Arts and Cultural Production, a workplace-integrated learning course offered through the School of Disability Studies, taught by Dr. Eliza Chandler.

This event is supported by the School of Disability Studies at TMU, Faculty of Community Services at TMU, Art Windsor-Essex, and CEWIL Canada.

Accessibility

ACCESS: There will be ASL-English interpretation and live captioning at this event. Please contact Eliza Chandler (eliza.chandler@ryerson.ca) for access inquiries.