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ArtSci Roundup: Indigenous Peoples Day On Air, Chamber Dance Company, and More


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October 7, 2022

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October 10: Indigenous Peoples Day 2022, on air

Join KEXP, Nia Tero and Amplifier for Indigenous Peoples Day 2022. Featuring special all-day on-air programming and the opening of the “Thriving Peoples Thriving Places” installation in KEXP’s gathering space, featuring artwork featuring Indigenous women leaders who have made significant contributions to Indigenous rights and guardianship, and free posters while supplies last

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October 11, 7 p.m.: The Threat to the Empire and The Sovereign Prankster: A double book launch with professors Vicente Rafael and Moon-Ho JungeElliott Bay Book Society

A double book launch and conversation with history teachers Moon-Ho Jung and Vicente Rafael. Moon-Ho Jung presents his book on Asian and Asian-American radicalism and the formation of the US national security state: Threat to Empire: Anticolonial Solidarities and the Transpacific Origins of the American Security State (University of California Press, 2022) and Vicente Rafael (History) presents his book on the recent president of the Philippines, The Sovereign Trickster: Death and Laughter in the Age of Duterte (Duke Univ. Press, 2022).

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October 12, 3:30 p.m.: Sam Dubal’s Inaugural Memorial Lecture on Racial Justice in Global Health, on line

Presented by: Dr. Ugo Edu, Assistant Professor of African American Studies at UCLA

This conference draws on various moments, fictional and non-fictional, to explore our commitments to the anti-racism work necessary to advance health equity. It asks for an interrogation of what is meant by “health” and how this or these definitions inform what can be envisaged as equity in health. By asking whether we are sure we want health equity, it invites us to reflect on our commitments and our willingness to sacrifice on performative gestures and declarations that often contradict the stated objectives.

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October 13, 3 p.m.: BOOK TALK | Beyond the Next Village: A Year of Magic and Medicine in Nepal with author Mary Anne Mercer, Hans Rosling Center for Population Health (HRC)
Sam Dubal’s Inaugural Memorial Lecture on Racial Justice in Global Health, on line

A year in rural Nepal engaged in public health practice and clinical care launched Mary Anne Mercer’s career in global health. She will talk about Beyond the next village with Dr. Deepa Rao and respond to student comments and questions.

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October 13 – 16: Chamber Dance CompanyMeany Hall – Studio Theater

Feature: Chamber Dance Company shifts focus, reinvents repertoire as it returns to the stage, UW News

This year’s program,view content notice) presented in the intimate Meany Studio Theatre, celebrates a wide range of contemporary dance styles. Guests from Seattle’s professional dance community join the Bedroom Dance Company will perform excerpts from Crystal Pite’s 10 rescue-themed duosand the captivating and tender work of David Roussève, Stardust. The program is complemented by new works created by sophomore MFA students Gary Champi and Jenn Pray, which will be performed by members of the company with guests from the Dance Department.

Discounts Available for UW Employees and Students | Tickets are $10 to $22

Fall Term: The Big Read: The new education by Cathy Davidson

The College of Arts & Sciences launches its “Rethinking the Academy” initiative by inviting students, faculty and staff to join in a campus-wide reading experience, followed by conversations about how we can improve teaching and learning at the University of Washington.

Join the Conversation: Register for the keynote with the author on November 14 at 1:30 p.m. (in person or via Zoom).

October 14, 7:30 p.m.: DXARTS Fall Concert: DXARTS Improv EnsembleMeany Hall – Katharyn Alvord Gerlich Theater

Transcultural acoustic/electronic performance with Sæunn Thorsteinsdóttir, cello; Steve Rodby, bass; Richard Karpen, pianos and electronics; Juan Pampin, live electronics; Ted Poor, drums/percussion; Breana Tavaglione, autoharp and found sound objects; Wei Yang, guzheng, flutes and piano; Cuong Vu, trumpet. An evening of enigmatic musical exploration crossing and blurring genre boundaries.

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October 14 – 16: Artist visit: Donna Huanca, Henry Art Gallery

Performance is an integral part of the work of Berlin artist Donna Huanca. Join the Henry for a weekend of artist-enabled programs in conjunction with Huanca’s large-scale immersive installation MAGMA SLACK. The artist will visit the museum for a conversation with Jazmina Figueroa before two days of running performances by Parisjoy Jennings and Kim Thompson.

October 14, 6 p.m.: Artist talk: Donna Huanca with Jazmina Figueroa

October 15 – 16: Parisjoy Jennings and Kim Thompson: Live in MAGMA SLIT

Tag(s): Anthropology • Faculty of Arts and Sciences • Department of Dance • Department of History • DXARTS • Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies • Henry Art Gallery • School of Public Health