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How are narrative structures used to provoke, communicate, and engage audiences? This question will be explored at this roundtable, facilitated by Cheryl Dunye and featuring other CCA faculty (see below) from a range of disciplines who engage in the exploration of narrative.
These practitioners will discuss their use of recent developments in narrative in their own work and teaching. This event, a kickoff to the Graduate Spring Symposium, introduces the Narrative (Inter)Actions performance and lecture series through a consideration of narrative across a variety of media, and by examining tools for engaging and understanding stories of all sorts.
Participating Faculty Bios
Please visit the faculty bio for each of the following participants in the Narrative (Inter)Actions Faculty Roundtable.
Director, Fine Arts Division