Saturday, March 13, 2010

Feminism/Disability/Embodiment/Poetics. March 20, 2010.

As a sort of spin-off for me, from my part in last year's installment of the Poetics of Healing series and classes with Petra and collaborating with Denise via Patrick, I get to read on

March 20th, Saturday.

a reading/performance/improvisation with

Denise Leto, Amber DiPietra, Eleni Stecopoulos and Petra Kuppers

Berkeley, 2-4pm, Subterranean Arthouse

And here follows a thrilling cluster of unrelated/related events around this time, in which list formatting goes awry. Somewhere in there also belongs talks by Paul Longmore, Sue Schweik et al about disability and cultural studies at UCB. More on that later.

Wednesday–Thursday March 3 & 4:
The Poetics of Healing, a series of programs featuring special guest philosopher and author Alphonso Lingis, curated by Eleni Stecopoulos

Wdnesday March 17. San Francisco, Modern Times Bookstore
and Thursday March 18 San Francisco, Inside Story Time at Cafe Roayle 800 Post: Jillian Weise reading. Author of the Amputees Guide to Sex and the Colony.

Wednesday March 17 -- Saturday April 3rd. Truce, a one-woman show by Marilee Talkington. She is one of two blind actors to hold an MFA in Theater in the US. Her show is about losing her vision.

Friday, March 19
Olimpias performance curated by Petra Kuppers and Neil Marcus.Journey to the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin.
Subterranean Arthouse, 2179 Bancroft Way, Berkeley.
Full evening participatory performance

Thursday April 29–Saturday May 1
The Poetics of Healing, a series of programs with special guests Petra Kuppers, Neil Marcus, Sadie Wilcox • Olimpias Artist Residency
curated by Eleni Stecopoulos.

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