Performance art pioneer Suzanne Lacy

. October 31, 2019.

Some of the earliest examples of politically pointed and engaging performance art pieces came from the mind of Suzanne Lacy, whose work has engaged viewers with issues of feminism and gender for over 40 years. Lacy will appear on November 14 as part of the University of Michigan’s Penny W. Stamps Distinguished Speakers series. Utilizing her work to challenge audiences about how society can discard and ignore older women, her speech is appropriately entitled “We Are Here.”

5:10pm. Thursday, November 14.
Michigan Theater, 603 E Liberty St., Ann Arbor
734-668-8397 | michtheater.org | Free

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