What roles can art have in fields as diverse as faith, aging, particle physics, war-time medicine, and human rights law? What happens to our various fields of study and action when we collaborate across disciplines and domains? How does sharing these ideas sustain inquiry, innovation, and the emergence of new knowledge? How do artistic practices develop through choreography, concert, and community contribute to the way that artists can live in the world? In this talk, MacArthur Fellow, choreographer, writer, and educator Liz Lerman will tackle these questions, as she has over decades of dance-making about urgent real-life issues.
- Dates: February 22, 2018
- Location: Stanley Cafe in Hancher Auditorium
- Address: 141 East Park Road
- Time: 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
- Price: Free