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Re/En/Visioning Black Portrayals: A Meditation on Remix Prerogatives

Wednesday, September 12, 2018 at 4:30pm

Schwartz Center for Performing Arts, Film Forum
430 College Ave, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA

Ni’Ja Whitson is the Founder/Artistic Director of The NWA Project, a gender nonconforming interdisciplinary artist, and a practitioner of indigenous African ritual and resistance forms for nearly two decades, creating work that reflects the sacred in street, conceptual, and interdisciplinary performance. They engage a nexus of postmodern and African Diasporic performance practices, through a critical intersection of gender, sexuality, race, and spirituality. Whitson is a Bessie Award winning performer, and writer, who the New York Times calls “majestic,” and who Brooklyn Magazine hails as a culture influencer.

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Event Type

Lecture, Special Event, Community Forum

Departments

Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Department of Performing and Media Arts, Africana Studies and Research Center, Society for the Humanities, Cornell Council for the Arts, Media Studies

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caspma

Website

http://cca.cornell.edu

Hashtag

##ccabiennial2018

Contact E-Mail

tcm1@cornell.edu

Contact Name

Tim Murray

Contact Phone

607-227-6508

Speaker

Ni'Ja Whitson

Speaker Affiliation

Assistant Professor of Dance, UC Riverside

Dept. Web Site

cca.cornell.edu

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