Neurological Imaginaries Seminar Series: Bridget Liang: Art and Autism Activism
Join us for an art presentation and liver interview presented by Neurological Imaginaries.
Bridget Liang, a disability scholar and activist for queer and trans rights and peer-led autism movements, will present Defiance, a piece of narrative performance art that uses “the monster” (aliens) as a means to share experiences of being autistic in a society that that desires the normate.
The performance will be followed by a live interview about using art to talk about neurodivese experiences, art in neuroscience and arts-based research.
Co-sponsored by the Centre for Imaginative Ethnography, the Critical Disability Studies Graduate Program and the Department of Anthropology.
3 to 5 p.m.
Tuesday, March 19
305 York Lanes
The Neurological Imaginaries Seminar Series