Enlivened City: How Disability Arts and Culture Can Inform the Livable Cities Movement
Aimi Hamraie, Vanderbilt University
Aimi Hamraie, assistant professor of Medicine, Health, and Society and American Studies, and director of the Mapping Access Project at Vanderbilt University, talks about a new urban development projects and how, while understood as serving the common good, are also transforming the fabric of cities, introducing new obstacles and barriers to accessibility and ultimately framing some bodies as undesirable urban citizens.Click for details
3-D Virtual Tour
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Friday, September 14, 2018 - Sunday, January 6, 2019
Through the finest examples of three-dimensional practice (sculpture, ceramics, performance, installation, and video art), this exhibition emphasizes the relationship between disability and the fundamental human experiences of change and embodiment. Organized jointly by DisArt and Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park.Click for details
Saturday, September 22, 2018
Part celebration and part critique, this not be your typical runway show. Instead, this evening of fashion, artists, and Disabled models will collectively speak to the placement/displacement of the disabled body within the fashion world.
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