Performative Artist Talk: Shedding Light on Memory & the Occupied Body
In an evening of performance, video presentation and narrative, Uyehara shares highlights from her repertoire that challenge and inform her as an artist. She traces her early solo work in Asian American queer-identified identity, through her years with the Sacred Naked Nature Girls, to her expansion into new territory linking her community to experiences in Native American, Arab American and Muslim communities, and a recent site-specific project at sites of deportation in Tucson Arizona.
Talk is followed by reception and discussion with students and community.
Co-Sponsors: Pitzer College Campus Life Committee, Pacific Basin Institute, Pomona College Museum of Art, Pomona College Public Events Fund, Intercollegiate Women Studies, Intercollegiate Media Studies, Scripps Communities of Resources and Empowerment (SCORE), Pitzer Center for Asian Pacific American Students (CAPAS), Harvey Mudd College Office of Institutional Diversity, Scripps Asian American Student Union (AASU), Queer Resource Center, Pomona Asian American Mentor Program (AAMP) and more.
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