Shawna Lipton featured as a TBA Festival Guest Scholar
September 01, 2018
Critical Studies MA Program Chair, Shawna Lipton, Ph.D. will be featured as a Guest Scholar at the 2018 TBA Festival September 6-16, presented by PICA.
Longtable: QUEER POLITICS AND PERFORMANCE PRACTICES
Sunday, September 9th 2:00-3:00 PM at PICA
Beginning with a core group of invited Festival artists and scholars, this longtable format inspired by Split Britches’ TBA performance invites anyone from the audience to take a seat at the table and join the conversation. Discussion topics will consider what constitutes queer art and performance today, the ways in which artists are engaging queer identities and experiences across forms and disciplines, and how queer politics show up in performance and in life. Moderated by Shawna Lipton, TBA Guest Scholar and Chair, MA Critical Studies, Pacific NW College of Art.
Happy Hour Lecture: ANDREW J. BROWN/SISTER JAMES AND SHAWNA LIPTON
Friday, September 7th 4:00 PM at PICA
TBA Guest Scholars Andrew J. Brown/Sister James (Asst. Professor, Performance Art, Fairhaven College/Western Washington University) and Shawna Lipton (Chair, MA Critical Studies, Pacific NW College of Art) present 30-minute back-to back lectures on their current research, thinking, and reflections on TBA projects, performances, and experiences. Drinks and refreshments will be served.
Shawna Lipton is Chair of the MA in Critical Studies Program at the Pacific Northwest College of Art. She received her Ph.D. in Literature and Cultural Theory from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She is a literary scholar whose work is fundamentally informed by interdisciplinary gender and sexuality studies.
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