Join us for Queer Protest: No Idle Gesture, a free tour exploring gender, sexuality and LGBTQ perspectives in An Incomplete History of Protest: Selections from the Whitney’s Collection, 1940–2017. Tours are offered on the last Friday evening of the month at 7:30 pm.
April 27, June 29 and September 28
May 25 and August 31
Josh Lubin-Levy is a Joan Tisch Teaching Fellow and PhD Candidate in Performance Studies at New York University. His dissertation, Uncollectible: Jack Smith and Performing the ‘Hatred of Capitalism, explores the intersection of collection and dematerialization in the postwar period. For the past ten years he has worked as a dance dramaturgy and performance curator and he recently joined the faculty at Bard College as a Visiting Assistant Professor in Theater and Performance.
Aliza Shvarts is a Joan Tisch Teaching Fellow and PhD candidate in Performance Studies at New York University. Her doctoral dissertation, The Doom Performative, explores queer and feminist performance practices. Shvarts is a practicing artist and her work has appeared at MoMA PS1 and the Tate Modern. Her writing has appeared in TDR: The Drama Review, Extensions: The Online Journal of Embodiment and Technology, Women & Performance: a journal of feminist theory, and The Brooklyn Rail.
FM assistive listening devices with headsets or neck loops are available for public and private gallery tours and public programs. You may request receivers for tours at the Multimedia Guide counter at the admissions desk on Floor 1.
If you would like to request a Verbal Description tour or a tour in American Sign Language, or have general questions about accessibility, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (212) 671 1823 (relay calls welcome).
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