UA Jim Griffith Chair of Public Folklore Maribel Alvarez conducts a spotlight interview with playwright and performance artist Virginia Grise, whose newest performance manifesto “Your Healing is Killing Me” encompasses themes of health and healing, collective self-defense, colonialism, the borderlands and LGBTQ+ issues, among many more. Virginia will also read from her work and engage the audience in this interactive session to kick off the festival!
|Where:||Social & Behavioral Sciences Tent (Seats 140, Wheelchair accessible)|
|When:||Sat, Mar 10, 10:00 am - 11:00 am|
|Signing area:||Signing Area - Social & Behavioral Sciences Tent (following presentation)|
|Genres:||Current Issues / Politics / Social Science, Memoir / Essays / Creative Nonfiction, Music / Performing Arts, Nuestras Raices|