Juliana Huxtable explores the intersections of race, gender, queerness, and identity. She uses a diverse
set of means to engage these issues, including self-portraiture, text-based prints,
performance, nightlife, music, writing, and social media. Lecture and workshop hosted
by the Department of Communication Studies, CoLab, and the Department of Theatre Arts.
Kevin O'Connor grew up dancing in a community in Ontario, Canada where he is part of a small collective
of settler Canadian and Indigenous artists. His art practice sits at the intersection
of anthropology, ecology, embodying/touch practices, post-colonial studies, and site-specific
performance. O'Connor held a workshop open to TU and Baltimore community, hosted by
the Department of Theatre Arts.
Yuko Kaseki, Butoh dancer, choreographer and teacher is based in Berlin. Kaseki co-directed MASS/RABBLE, produced by Submersive Productions. TU faculty, staff, and students served as a test audience as well as performers for
this immersive production inside of the Baltimore War Memorial. Hosted by the Department
of Theatre Arts and, the TU community was also able to attend Kaseki's master-class