Performance 2nd Year Grad Talks

Friday, November 15, 4:15 p.m.
Neiman Center
United States

Hongjia Lin’s work has explored and questioned feminism, collectivism and the restrictions of social customs on performance. Recently, her work has been transferred to the field of table-top theaters, including a series of methods designed to explore the classic literature and visual images to shape performances by found objects in narrative.


Sami H. Ismat is a director, performer and teaching artist who, utilizes transdisciplinary forms in combination with the acting body, narrative, and visual poetics of space. His work approaches the contradictions of global politics in relation to the Syrian crisis, refugee crisis, revolution, war and the Muslim identity. 


Join us on November 22nd for lectures by Melody Takata & Jinlu Luo.