Please join the Theater and Performance Studies Workshop for:
Elissa Osterland & Dorothy Carlos
MFA Student, Department of Visual Arts, University of Chicago
MFA Sound Student, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Who will present:
On Falling, Part II
Respondent: Honey Crawford, Harper-Schmidt Fellow, Collegiate Assistant Professor in Theater and Performance Studies, University of Chicago
Tuesday, May 24,
4:30–6:00 PM CST
LOGAN CENTER FOR THE ARTS
Room 014 (lower level)
Please register for the workshop HERE. This workshop and performance will be held exclusively in person at the Logan Center.
We are committed to making our workshop fully accessible to persons with disabilities. Please direct any questions or concerns to TAPS workshop coordinators, Michael Stablein (email@example.com) and Catrin Dowd (firstname.lastname@example.org).
EVENT: A conversation on falling — through sound and movement
BIOS: Elissa Osterland is a second year MFA in the Department of Visual Arts. Elissa’s practice surfaces what is often overlooked through image, object and live performance. Her recent work has been exhibited locally in Chicago at The Hyde Park Art Center, The Smart Museum of Art, Goldfinch and Produce Model Gallery. She holds a BA from Cornell University.
Dorothy Carlos is a cellist and sound artist working in New York City and Chicago. As an artist and researcher, her work is interested in intimacy, ephemerality, and imaginaries, and draws from her background in anthropology and contemporary classical music. As a cellist, Dorothy has performed at Lincoln Center, Abrons Art Center, Performance Space New York, and elsewhere. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from NYU where she studied classical cello and anthropology and is currently pursuing an MFA in sound at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.