[PAST EVENT] Food for Thought: Faculty Q&A with Prof. Omiyemi Artisia Green
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Sightlines: Intervisibility and "The Seeing Place"
Drawing on places deep within the text, Professor Green works with students to illuminate the inner rhythms of a play to deepen our understanding of one another. How can Theater transform the moment, and also be the means of seeing and understanding in new ways?
Alumni, parents, family and friends are welcome to join the conversation. Time will be available for Q&A.
About Professor Green:
Omiyemi Artisia Green is the Sharpe Associate Professor of Theatre and Africana Studies and Director of the Program in Africana Studies at William & Mary. She is also a W. Taylor Reveley, III Interdisciplinary Faculty Fellow and a WMSURE Faculty Fellow. Her research, creative scholarship and publications are about Black Theatre and performance, dramaturgy, community engagement, and Yorùbá based aesthetics. She teaches a wide range of courses that allow her to share her expertise in these areas with students, including African-American Theatre History I & II, Theatre in a Post-Racial Age, The Black American Story and Reimagining Communities.
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