Women's History Month
University of Memphis main campus Opening Ceremony
Disassembling Statement => Assembling Solidarity
Volunteers from the Women's History Month audience will be invited to make backpacks out of tights with the College of Communication & Fine Arts staff—Marie-Ange Guilleminot's Cauris TM (Cowry).
Professional dancers will perform an interpretation of William Forsythe's instruction.
Lambuth campus Women's History Month opening ceremony
Suzanne Lacy's do it instruction will be interpreted by participation in the International One Billion Rising Revolution. Every February- March 8, people around the world rise through dance to express joy and community and celebrate the fact that together, violence can be defeated. In association with WRAP (Wo/Men's Resource and Rape Assistance Program) and led by the women of Pi Delta Mu, we invite you to join us March 2 and dance to Break the Chain!
University of Memphis main campus Closing Ceremony
Disassembling Statement => Assembling Solidarity, the finished newspaper sphere formed exclusively with articles about women's issues, will be walked from McWherter Library to the closing ceremony for display. A feminist interpretation of Michelangelo Pistoletto's Sculpture for Strolling and Suzanne Lacy's untitled instruction from do it: the compendium.
This project administered through AMUM is made possible by the Student Activity Fee Fund.