Dismantling the Body: Possibilities and Limitations in Art Making Symposium

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Every day, through May 19
This is an online event Β· University of Washington
This free two-day virtual symposium investigates the human body as a site of stress, regulation, provocation, and creativity throughout art history. To untangle the sticky web of interactions between body, place, and agency, grad students in UW's Art History department will present talks by scholars and artists, including Indigenous artist and curator Lou-Ann Neel and art historian Amanda Cachia.

This is an online event

University of Washington


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