(dis)ABLED BEAUTY: The Evolution of Beauty, Disability, and Ability

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Abstract

I served as a consultant for this exhibition and created exhibit panels that offered an interpretation of an oral history project, which was a collaborative endeavor with one of the curators (Stacey Lim). The panels featured the work of CMU UG/G students. I also contributed to the exhibit catalogue and helped coordinate special events/speakers in conjunction with the exhibit, which was peer reviewed.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Feb 1 2018
Event(dis)ABLED BEAUTY: The Evolution of Beauty, Disability, and Ability -
Duration: Feb 1 2018Feb 28 2018

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