Fall 2008

Fall 2008’s Disability Council meetings

Meeting Dates (all meetings 726 Broadway, Room 542, 2pm):

  • September 24
  • October 15
  • November 19
  • December 10

For information and/or accommodations, contact Alicia Blegen, Faye Ginsburg, or Ann Goerdt.

The Council for the Study of Disability invites you to a panel (September 12) and a screening (September 22)

A PANEL DISCUSSION & CLIPS: Screening Disabilities

Friday, September 12th, 3-5 pm
King Juan Carlos Center
54 Washington Square South, Screening Room

Activist filmmakers and programmers discuss their filmmaking and curatorial various initiatives they have launched in NY to open new discussions and understandings of disability.

Lawrence Carter-Long, Disabilities Network of NYC, disTHIS Film Series
Tony Di Salvo, Sprout Film Festival
Alice Elliott, Filmmaker, Welcome Change Productions
Simi Linton, Disability /Arts, NYC
Ilana Trachtman, Filmmaker, Praying with Lior

In collaboration with:
The Center for Media, Culture and History and the RealAbilities Film Festival


(dir: Bonnie Klein, 2006, 71 minutes)
Post-screening discussion with Bonnie Klein and George Stoney (TSOA).
Monday, September 22nd, 6-9 pm
721 Broadway, Room 108

Shameless movie cover

Art, activism and disability are the starting point for a funny and intimate portrait of five remarkable individuals. Director Bonnie Klein, a pioneer of womens cinema and an inspiration to a generation of filmmakers around the world, returned to her career with this film, after a stroke in 1987. Always the activist, she now turns the lens on the world of disability culture, and ultimately, the transformative power of art. Joining Klein are a group of artists with diverse (dis)abilities, people driven by a passion for art and transformation, the everyday complexities and unexpected richness of life with a disability are revealed.

Co-sponsored by Undergraduate Film and TV (TSOA) and the Center for Media, Culture and History in collaboration with the RealAbilities Disabilties Film Festival, http://www.realabilities.org/

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