The Center for World Performance Studies has invited me to give a talk in which I’ll be drawing on my research about AIDS performance and theater to think through artistic responses to COVID-19. https://lsa.umich.edu/rc/news-events/all-events.detail.html/76351-19709149.html
The University of Michigan’s AHEAD Magazine, Issue 5, features a profile of the work I’ve been doing as part of my Postdoctoral Fellowship in Arts-based Social Justice.
My class “Art as Social Action: Realizing Impact Through Community-Driven Performance” is featured in The University of Michigan Record. https://arts.umich.edu/news-features/mini-course-engages-students-with-art-based-social-justice/
I’ve received the prestigious Copperfoot Award from Wayne State’s Department of Theatre and Dance. The award is for the performance that I created with my class this semester.
I’ve organized a day-long conference that poses the challenge of imagining a comprehensive performance archive to a series of artists, activists, and scholars. http://17.performa-arts.org/performa-institute/archives
I will be presenting a short paper about Lenin and the current political moment at the New Museum as part of the Critical Matter of Performance colloquium. http://www.newmuseum.org/calendar/view/1145/new-museum-colloquium-the-critical-matter-of-performance-1
I’ve curated this web gallery titled ‘Viral Images’ for Visual AIDS. https://www.visualaids.org/gallery/detail/1013
I will be working as a dramaturge as part of this rehearsal-based research project at the New Museum. https://www.newmuseum.org/pages/view/x-id-rep