Due to Notre Dame’s decision to move all courses online through at least April 13, this event has been postponed. We will share more information on rescheduling at a later date.
The workshop, materials, and meal are free to participants, but slots are limited (15) and advanced registration is required. Students are welcome to RSVP.
About the Workshop Leader: Darian Goldin Stahl is an American printmaker and bookmaker based in Montreal, Canada. She received her BFA in Printmaking from Indiana University Bloomington in 2011, her MFA in Printmaking from the University of Alberta in 2015, and she is currently a PhD Humanities student at Concordia University in Montreal. Her thesis project was awarded the prestigious Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship for its arts-based research methodology. Darian employs research-creation to investigate how a haptic engagement with one’s own medical scans can restore a sense of agency over the medicalized body, and in turn, changes the way a doctor views her patient from a representative object into irreducible subject.
On April 15, Devan Stahl (via Zoom) and Darian Goldin Stahl will present a lecture at Notre Dame titled “Materializing Illness: Collaborating Across Art and Bioethics” from 4:30pm – 5:30pm in 131 DeBartolo Hall. All are welcome.
Lecture abstract and more information on Medicine and the Liberal Arts at reilly.nd.edu/whole-physician.
Originally published at reilly.nd.edu.