Pop-Up Exhibit: Disability Visibility Week

Check out the exhibit of student art work in the Core, curated by Smith's Disability Alliance from Wednesday, April 19 to Friday, April 28.
Date Event
Monday, April 17
4:30-6:30 pm
Neilson Browsing Room
Guest lecture by Ohio State University, Disability Studies Professor, Margaret Price, Ph.D, author of “Mad at School: Rhetorics of Mental Disability and Academic Life. Facebook event.
Tuesday, April 18
12-1 pm
Seelye 207
Margaret Price lunchtime workshop/discussion for students, staff, and faculty on understanding and addressing mental health in the college environment. Facebook event.
Wednesday, April 19
4:30-6 pm
Dewey Common Room
Empowered Voices film presentation with student panel on disabled student experiences at Smith. Dewey Common Room.
Thursday, April 20
7-9 pm
Stoddard Auditorium
Healing Voices, Newly released documentary expands commonly held ideas of mental illness through first person narratives, that discuss the value of peer-run support and other models for recovery and empowerment. Panel of respondents to follow moderated by the film’s director PJ Moynihan. Facebook event.
Friday, April 21
7-9 pm
Neilson Browsing Room
Celebration of student art exhibit and open mic.

The Margaret Price lecture and workshop are sponsored by the American Studies Disability and Smith Office of Disability Services. All other events sponsored by the Smith College Disability Alliance and Smith Office of Disability Services, with additional support from the Wuertle Center.

If you need disability accommodations to participate in these events email ODS@smith.edu