Join us on Tuesday, November 2 at 1 pm for a talk on creative access by Dr. Amanda Cachia, a curator, writer, and art historian who specializes in disability art activism and creative access in the art world. Cachia has curated approximately 40 exhibitions, many of which have traveled to cities across the USA, England, Australia, and Canada. Her curatorial focus is representing the art and interests of disabled artists and producers.
Dr. Cachia’s talk, “Curating Access: Disability Art Activism and Creative Accommodation,” is sponsored by the Museum & Cultural Heritage Studies program and will be held on Zoom – Register here.
Dr. Cachia received her PhD in Art History, Theory & Criticism from the University of California San Diego in 2017 and is developing a monograph based on her dissertation entitled Disability, Art, Agency: Participation and the Revision of the Senses (forthcoming, Duke University Press). She currently teaches art history, visual culture, and curatorial and exhibition studies at Otis College of Art and Design, California Institute of the Arts, California State University Long Beach, California State University San Marcos, and San Diego State University.