Kristina Wong: “Sweatshop Overlord”

Thursday, February 18, 2021 at 8:00pm

Comedian and writer Kristina Wong details her trajectory from out-of-work performance artist to “Sweatshop Overlord” in this new, free show, followed by a moderated conversation with the artist.

Read more about Kristina Wong’s “Sweatshop Overlord.”

Flames of My Homeland: The Cultural Revolution and Modern Tibet Exhibition Opens

Sunday, February 21, 2021 at 12:00pm
Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery

FREE!

In this exhibition, the works of Tsering Dorje and Tsering Woeser, father and daughter, document the ravages of Tibetan society brought by the Cultural Revolution and their ongoing effects in Lhasa today. Curated by Ian Boyden ’95, William Frucht, and Associate Professor of East Asian Studies and Religion Andrew Quintman.

Read more about " Flames of My Homeland: The Cultural Revolution and Modern Tibet" here.

Baldwin and Buckley at Cambridge: A Conversation about History and Process with Elevator Repair Service

Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 8:00pm

Actors Greig Sargeant and Ben Williams and director and Elevator Repair Service founder John Collins will discuss the development and process of creating their new theater work in progress “Baldwin and Buckley at Cambridge.”

Read more about Elevator Repair Service’s “Baldwin and Buckley at Cambridge.”

Feminist Rage and Healing: Movement Workshop with Ananya Chatterjea

Wednesday, March 10, 2021 at 8:00pm

In this movement workshop, Ananya Chatterjea, Artistic Director of the contemporary Indian dance company Ananya Dance Theatre in Minneapolis, will explore some of the emotional range of recent times.

Read more about Ananya Chatterjea’s Movement Workshop.

A Conversation with Artist in Residence Miranda Haymon

Thursday, March 18, 2021 at 8:00pm

Writer, director, and curator Miranda Haymon ’16 will discuss their artistic process, forging a theater career, and their radio play version of Pedro Pietri's "The Masses are Asses" (1974), which will be aired on WESU Middletown 88.1FM this spring.

Read more about Artist in Residence Miranda Haymon.

A Body in Fukushima: Film and Performance

Friday, May 28, 2021 at 8:30pm
Outdoors on the Wesleyan University campus

Eiko Otake, Visiting Artist in Residence in Dance, debuts a newly updated, 75 minute rendering of A Body in Fukushima, edited over the course of 2020 during her virtual creative residency at Wesleyan, and featuring hundreds of photographs taken by John E. Andrus Professor of History and Professor of East Asian Studies, Science in Society, and Environmental Studies William Johnston.

Read more about the United States premiere of “A Body in Fukushima:” Film and Performance.
Kristina Wong: “Sweatshop Overlord”
Thursday, February 18, 2021 at 8:00pm

RESERVE NOW

Comedian and writer Kristina Wong details her trajectory from out-of-work performance artist to “Sweatshop Overlord” in this new, free show, followed by a moderated conversation with the artist.
Flames of My Homeland: The Cultural Revolution and Modern Tibet Exhibition Opens
Sunday, February 21, 2021 at 12:00pm
Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery
In this exhibition, the works of Tsering Dorje and Tsering Woeser, father and daughter, document the ravages of Tibetan society brought by the Cultural Revolution and their ongoing effects in Lhasa today. Curated by Ian Boyden ’95, William Frucht, and Associate Professor of East Asian Studies and Religion Andrew Quintman.
Baldwin and Buckley at Cambridge: A Conversation about History and Process with Elevator Repair Service
Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 8:00pm

RESERVE NOW

Actors Greig Sargeant and Ben Williams and director and Elevator Repair Service founder John Collins will discuss the development and process of creating their new theater work in progress “Baldwin and Buckley at Cambridge.”
Feminist Rage and Healing: Movement Workshop with Ananya Chatterjea
Wednesday, March 10, 2021 at 8:00pm

RESERVE NOW

In this movement workshop, Ananya Chatterjea, Artistic Director of the contemporary Indian dance company Ananya Dance Theatre in Minneapolis, will explore some of the emotional range of recent times.