The School of Disability Studies presents Disability Art on Lockdown with Robert McRuer, Online


Price: Free


A poster with blue and pink text for Disability Art on Lockdown with Robert McRuer. The text includes the title, event description, time, and access information. There is a photo of Robert McRuer, a white man with short grey hair and a beard. He looks to the left, smiling, sitting outside on a sunny day.

Please join us as Dr. Ricky Varghese, the Tanis Doe Postdoctoral Fellow at the School of Disability Studies, hosts Dr. Robert McRuer for a talk on Disability Art.

“Disability Art on Lockdown” attends to disabled ways of knowing, or cripistemologies, that have been particularly useful for navigating the global economic, political, and health crises we are facing. This title has a double valence, gesturing first towards the ways in which disability and art have been, increasingly, on lockdown (facing massive cuts from governments everywhere), even before 2020. Second, however, the title points to some of the amazing ways that crip art was generated during the lockdown of 2020.

Zoom Webinar. You will be required to download the Zoom client to view the live webinar.
Instructions on how to set up Zoom.
If using the chat and Q & A functions through typing will be an access barrier to your participation, and you would like your microphone and/or video to be on from the beginning of the webinar, please email .

Accessibility Information:
ASL interpretation and live captioning will be provided.
The talk will be held online and recorded over Zoom.
Please email to discuss any access needs or inquiries.

ASL interpretation, live captioning



Book Tickets