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Guest Artist Events|Department of Theatre and Dance

Guest Artist Events

February 2013


In this four-part series, UW Dept. of Zoology & Physiology’s Floyd Clark guest scholars Nicky Clayton (Cambridge University) and Clive Wilkins (independent writer and artist) combine the powers of how we think and create - with how we move.  This series is sponsored in part by the UW Depts. of Zoology & Physiology, Art, and Theatre & Dance, and the UW Biodiversity Institute.

"Movement ~ The Art of Conversation Without Words," Nicky and Clive
     Wed., Feb. 13, 2:00 p.m., Main Dance Studio, Fine Arts Building
     All are invited to attend this lecture and demonstration

"Imagination ~ The Door to Identity," Nicky and Clive
     Wed., Feb. 13, 7:00 p.m., Berry Center 138
     Reception: 6:00 pm, Berry Center Lobby
     Can't make it?  Watch it on WyoCast!

"Ways of Thinking ~ From Crows to Children and Back again," Nicky only
     Thurs., Feb. 14, 4:10 p.m., Berry Center 138
     Reception: 3:40 pm, Berry Center Lobby
     Part of the UW Zoology/Physiology's L. Floyd Clark series

"In Search of the Creative Thought," Clive only
     Thurs., Feb. 14, 6:00 p.m., Fine Arts Building Room 111

Nicky Clayton is an accomplished dancer and Professor of Comparative Cognition in the Department of Psychology at Cambridge University and Scientist in Residence at Rambert Dance Company. (You can learn more about her research here).  Clive Wilkins is a creative writer, fine artist, performer and teacher living in the UK. They share a passion for Argentine Tango.

Learn more about Nicky and Clive here.

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