October 30, 2022

Intro to Radical Access Highlights Artists at Intersection of Identity, Disability

Intro to Radical Access featured performances by award-winning movement artist Kayla Hamilton, whose work seeks to elevate marginalized voices that exists within multiple intersections — specifically Black, female and dis/abled — and x, a TRANSdisciplinary artist and teaching artist at Mark Morris Dance Center, who offers a conceptual and anti-technique approach to movement-driven performance. Princeton Arts Fellow Christopher “Unpezverde” Núñez, a visually impaired choreographer, educator and accessibility consultant, curated the Oct. 25 event in the Hearst Theater at the Lewis Arts complex.

Access accommodations including open captioning, audio description, and ASL interpretation were provided for the event.

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