October 3-5, 2014: TAPS hosts a weekend workshop series with Daniel Bryan, director of the Pachaysana Institute, an Ecuadorian organization that uses the participatory arts to link community development and international education.
The reading takes place on October 14 at 12:30pm in Leeds Theatre, 83 Waterman Street, Brown University.
The Bacchae, a 1/2 hour staged reading of key sections of the play with synopsis of the rest, is presented by TAPS students and faculty in conjunction with The Roger B. Henkle Memorial Lecture, Fallible Recognition: The Politics of Kinship in the Bacchae by Judith Butler.
Erin Manning, University Research Chair in Relational Art and Philosophy in the Faculty of Fine Arts at Concordia University (Montreal, Canada), presents a talk in TAPS, on Monday, October 6, entitled Weather Patterns or How Minor Gestures Entertain the Environment. The talk begins at 5:30pm in Lyman Hall, room 211. For more information.