Michele Byrd-McPhee will be joined by guest artist Stacey “Flygirrl” Wilson for a virtual conversation. Wilson will talk about her artistic practice and background in event planning.
Guest artist Ursula Rucker and former Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence Marc Bamuthi Joseph (spring 2007) will be in conversation during the 2020 Passing the Mic Festival.
Michele Byrd-McPhee will be joined by guest artist Ursula Rucker. Rucker is a renowned spoken word and recording artist and activist. At this event, they will discuss her background and career.
Interdisciplinary Artist-in Residence Michele Byrd-McPhee will be joined by guest artist LaTasha Barnes for a virtual conversation. Barnes is an internationally recognized and awarded dancer, and educator and will talk about various dance forms and her research.
In-person event canceled; online forum details are forthcoming.
Join artist-activists and UW–Madison spring 2020 interdisciplinary artists-in-residence Ben Barson and Gizelxanath Rodriguez along with others for a discussion of “Ecological Justice through Art” during this 60 minute breakout session.
Join us for a roundtable discussion from the performers of “Mirror Butterfly: The Migration Liberation Movement Suite” as they discuss their work within the context of a lifetime in activism and art around liberation via organizations where women’s leadership is paramount. Please note: this event has been postponed.
Join Charlotte Hill O’Neal aka Mama C as she discusses her legacy as an activist over five decades of struggle. Please note: this event has been canceled.
Nejma Nefertiti shares her experience as an EmCee, an open mic session follows.
The Bolz Center for Arts Administration welcomes Stuart Flack in conversation with Adrian Danzig for “The Serious Business of Clowning Around: Work and the Creative Process.”
Guest artist Daniel Kodzo Avorgbedor will present Liminality, Copresence, and Pneumareisis: Pathways to Knowing Ancestors in Anlo-Ewe during the morning presentations at the 2018 African Studies Symposium “Honoring Ancestors in Africa and Beyond: Arts and Actions” on Friday, April 6.