Friday, September 7, 2018 noon to 1 p.m.

Art History Lecture Series: Art and Activism
Presented by: Dr. Keri Watson

Working at the intersection of queer theory, disability studies, and art history, this lecture explores the ways in
which art de/constructs normalized sexist, ableist, and racist representations and spaces, challenges neoliberal hegemony, and offers techniques for an expanded and inclusive worldview. 

Please RSVP to attend. 

Sponsored by an Association of American Colleges and Universities Endeavor Foundation Grant

Location:

Visual Arts Building: 117


Calendar:

Visual Arts and Design

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