Thu, Dec 01|
Special Research Lecture with Interdisciplinary Artist Anna Abhau Elliott
Join us for Anna's lecture, blending theatre, history, performance art, and comedy to explore how Americans tell each other stories
Time & Location
Dec 01, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM EST
Handley Library, 100 W Piccadilly St, Winchester, VA 22601, USA
About the Event
Join us for an evening with interdisciplinary artist Anna Abhau Elliott (she/her) as she shares the fruits of her research from her time at the Peter Bullough Foundation artist residency in downtown Winchester. Anna's work blends theatre, history, performance art, and comedy to explore how Americans tell each other stories. The topic of her lecture will be forthcoming! This event is free and is generously sponsored in part by First Bank and the Marion Park Lewis Foundation for the Arts.
About the Artist
Anna Abhau Elliott (she/her) is an interdisciplinary artist and has an MFA in Studio Art from UNC-Greensboro and a BFA in Drama from New York University. She has performed in theaters, museums, art festivals, films, videos, and bars all over the country. She is especially proud of two collaborative works: “Barter Boat” and “Untitled Reconstruction Project.” Currently, Anna is researching the culture and historiography of women in American decorative arts. She is also fascinated by the cultural impact of Keanu Reeves, and would love to talk to you about this.
Photo Credit: Grace Clark