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The Nasher Museum and Duke Disability Alliance present an afternoon of exploring the intersection of disability pride and artistic liberty.
Meet guest artists Antoine Hunter (dancer), Barbara Barnes (illustrator) and Carrie Sandahl (filmmaker), who will share stories and give demonstrations to address common misperceptions about the “limits” of disability. Visitors are invited to take part in the discussions and socialize over refreshments. Then, join us in the galleries for interactive sensory tours led by Nasher Museum Educator for Community Audiences, Liz Peters.
Free and open to the public. More information: tinyurl.com/disabilityart. Please see the facebook event and share with friends.
The Nasher Museum and Duke Disability Alliance make every effort to welcome people with disabilities of all kinds. ASL interpreters will be present for the duration of the event. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with other requests for accommodations.
Duke Disability Alliance invites three artists to explore disability and the arts at the Nasher
“If you think of art as creative expression or expression of oneself, anyone can do it. Anyone should be able to experience it,” said Myra Weise, manager of visitor services at the Nasher Museum.
view article on The (Duke) Chronicle | Published March 28, 2018