The British Museum presents Hidden/revealed, Online

When

Price: Free

Description

Chisato Minamimura in her performance of 'Scored in Silence'. Photo © Mark Pickthall
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Hidden/revealed is a day of online conversations with, and sharings by, artists celebrating disability-led arts.

Across four events, these discussions will open up new ways of approaching and interpreting the British Museum collection and exhibitions programme.

All events include live captioning provided by Stagetext and delivered by MyClearText.

11.00–12.00
What Athena saw when Tiresias looked: Greek myth and contemporary poetry
Poet, performer and theatre maker Ellen Renton examines themes of blindness in Greek mythology with Dr Jane Draycott.

13.00–14.00
In the Shadow of the Midnight Sun
Juan delGado talks about his creative documentary about migration and displacement set in the Arctic with Curator Dr Peter Loovers.

15.00–16.00
Kintsugi Gold
Writer and performance artist Chanje Kunda introduces her short film exploring ‘mad pride’ and Kintsugi art with artist Iku Nishikawa.

18.00–19.00
Scored in Silence
Chisato Minamimura discusses her solo show about the perspective of Deaf people who survived the 1945 Japanese atomic bomb atrocity.

Full event details and booking links available on the British Museum website.

Access:
All events include live captioning provided by Stagetext and delivered by MyClearText.

Location

Online

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