Performing Resilience / Experiences of Inequity

Please join the PRI as we welcome artists Tarndeep Pannu and Meghan Moe Beitkis for a live stream talked entitled Performing Resilience/ Experiences of Inequity. In the talk, Pannu and Moe Beitiks will use the recently published book Performing Resilience for Systemic Pain as a jumping-off point for discussing experiences of inequality in arts and performance, and their relationship to ecologies.

This live stream event will be held on April 5, 2022, at 1 pm (EST).

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Meghan Moe Beitiks is an artist working with associations and disassociations of culture/nature/structure.  She analyzes perceptions of ecology through the lenses of site, history, emotions, and her own body in order to produce work that analyzes relationships with the non-human.  She was a Fulbright Student Fellow, a recipient of the Claire Rosen and Samuel Edes Foundation Prize for Emerging Artists, a MacDowell Colony fellow, and an Artist-in-Residence at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts. She exhibited her work at the I-Park Environmental Art Biennale, Grace Exhibition Space in Brooklyn, Defibrillator Performance Art Gallery in Chicago, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the House of Artists in Moscow, and other locations in California, Chicago, Australia and the UK. She received her BA in Theater Arts from the University of California, Santa Cruz and her MFA in Performance Art from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. See her website here:

Tarndeep Pannu is a graduate of Brock University’s Dramatic Arts program and has a minor in Political Science. She was heavily involved in her program through her roles as Student Representative for the Dramatic Arts Department, collaborator and performer in We Who Know Nothing About Hiawatha Are Proud to Present H…, and Assistant Director for 5 Women Wearing the Same Dress. After graduating from university, she was looking to combine her love for theatre into a career with a big social impact, creativity, and leadership. This pursuit led to Humber College, Canada’s leading training program for public relations and marketing professionals. She has interned at NKPR, leading to secured coverage in Seventeen Magazine, The Zoe Report, Dwell, and Holr Magazine, an internship with NATIONAL Public Relations where she was a part of the team spearheading the Pfizer vaccine campaign, Marketing Assistant and Project Manager at the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, and Programs Coordinator at the Canadian Film Centre. Most recently she has joined the marketing team at Factory Theatre and will be pursuing a Master’s degree in Critical Theory with a specialization in Race and Diaspora this coming fall.

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