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  • About | AUMI-KU InterArts
    Media Communities Search form Search Home About Disability Studies scholar and activist Alison Kafer to visit KU Thursday April 23 2015 KU AUMI People Research Team Affiliated Researchers Partners Communities Research Oral History Project Four Rehearsals and a Performance by Liam Lair and Ashley Mog October 30 2014 State of the Boulder a Year Later Reflections on Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Performance as Research Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Laptop Music and Embodiment Materializing the Ephemeral September 14 2013 Improvisation Bodies Difference Red Hot Research at the Commons April 19 2013 Disability Studies Seminar Hall Center for the Humanities Teaching American Studies Dance Music Theatre Performance Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities October 30 2013 6 7 pm News and Announcements Menu Home About Disability Studies scholar and activist Alison Kafer to visit KU Thursday April 23 2015 KU AUMI People Research Team Affiliated Researchers Partners Communities Research Oral History Project Four Rehearsals and a Performance by Liam Lair and Ashley Mog October 30 2014 State of the Boulder a Year Later Reflections on Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Performance as Research Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Laptop Music and Embodiment Materializing the Ephemeral September 14 2013 Improvisation Bodies Difference Red Hot Research at the Commons April 19 2013 Disability Studies Seminar Hall Center for the Humanities Teaching American Studies Dance Music Theatre Performance Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities October 30 2013 6 7 pm News and Announcements Search Search form Search KU AUMI InterArts AUMI KU InterArts is a Member of the AUMI Consortium an international research group dedicated to exploring sustaining developing and sharing the Adaptive Use Musical Instrument Each AUMI Consortium Member institution has a particular area of focus Ours is interdisciplinary arts and improvisation What is the Adaptive Use Musical Instrument AUMI Adaptive Use Musical Instruments AUMI software interface enables people who have very limited controlled voluntary movement to independently engage in music making Led by musician composer and humanitarian Pauline Oliveros the Adaptive Use Musical Instruments AUMI project brings together the expertise of technicians at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute RPI and the community education initiatives of the Deep Listening Institute The Adaptive Use Musical Instruments software interface enables the user to play sounds and musical phrases through movement and gestures This is an entry to improvisation rather than hitting the right notes or playing set pieces of music Instead the software uses music as a way for participants to express a range of affects both by themselves and in response to or in conversation with others While the AUMI interface can be used by anyone the focus has been on working with children who have profound physical disabilities In taking these participants as its starting point the project attempts to make musical improvisation and collaboration accessible to the widest possible range of individuals This approach also opens up the possibility of learning more about the relations between ability the body creativity and improvisation

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    About Disability Studies scholar and activist Alison Kafer to visit KU Thursday April 23 2015 KU AUMI People Research Team Affiliated Researchers Partners Communities Research Oral History Project Four Rehearsals and a Performance by Liam Lair and Ashley Mog October 30 2014 State of the Boulder a Year Later Reflections on Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Performance as Research Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Laptop Music and Embodiment Materializing the Ephemeral September 14 2013 Improvisation Bodies Difference Red Hot Research at the Commons April 19 2013 Disability Studies Seminar Hall Center for the Humanities Teaching American Studies Dance Music Theatre Performance Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities October 30 2013 6 7 pm News and Announcements Menu Home About Disability Studies scholar and activist Alison Kafer to visit KU Thursday April 23 2015 KU AUMI People Research Team Affiliated Researchers Partners Communities Research Oral History Project Four Rehearsals and a Performance by Liam Lair and Ashley Mog October 30 2014 State of the Boulder a Year Later Reflections on Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Performance as Research Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Laptop Music and Embodiment Materializing the Ephemeral September 14 2013 Improvisation Bodies Difference Red Hot Research at the Commons April 19 2013 Disability Studies Seminar Hall Center for the Humanities Teaching American Studies Dance Music Theatre Performance Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities October 30 2013 6 7 pm News and Announcements Search Search form Search Home KU A Z A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Search Search all KU People Search Degree Search Browse by school Course Search Search class sections Online courses Library Search Libraries Hours locations Ask Advising Catalog Tutors Writing Center Math help room Finals Schedule GPA Calculator Resources Campus Map Directions Campuses Buses Parking Information Technology Hawk Drive Jobs at KU Finances Tuition Bill Payments Scholarship Search Financial Aid Loans Beak em Bucks Events All Academics Athletics KUPPS New User Training Apr 30 01 00 pm Interviewing with Confidence Apr 30 01 30 pm Excel 2013 Essentials Apr 30 01 30 pm Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies Recogntion Ceremony Apr 30 02 00 pm ETD Word Formatting for Thesis and Dissertations Apr 30 02 00 pm View all events Spanish and Portuguese Honor Society Recogntion Ceremony Apr 30 04 00 pm Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Graduation Dinner and Awards Ceremony Apr 30 06 00 pm Department of Mechanical Engineering Awards Banquet May 01 07 00 pm Jewish Studies Graduation Reception May 06 04 00 pm Last day of classes May 07 All day View all events Softball vs Baylor May 01 05 00 pm Baseball vs Baylor May 01 06 00 pm Baseball vs Baylor May 02 02 00 pm Softball vs Baylor May 02 02 00 pm Softball vs Baylor May 03 12 00 pm View all

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  • Please log in | AUMI-KU InterArts
    About KU Admissions Athletics Alumni Campuses Social Media Endowment KU Today AUMI KU InterArts Improvising Across Abilities Media Communities Search form Search Home About Disability Studies scholar and activist Alison Kafer to visit KU Thursday April 23 2015 KU AUMI People Research Team Affiliated Researchers Partners Communities Research Oral History Project Four Rehearsals and a Performance by Liam Lair and Ashley Mog October 30 2014 State of the Boulder a Year Later Reflections on Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Performance as Research Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Laptop Music and Embodiment Materializing the Ephemeral September 14 2013 Improvisation Bodies Difference Red Hot Research at the Commons April 19 2013 Disability Studies Seminar Hall Center for the Humanities Teaching American Studies Dance Music Theatre Performance Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities October 30 2013 6 7 pm News and Announcements Menu Home About Disability Studies scholar and activist Alison Kafer to visit KU Thursday April 23 2015 KU AUMI People Research Team Affiliated Researchers Partners Communities Research Oral History Project Four Rehearsals and a Performance by Liam Lair and Ashley Mog October 30 2014 State of the Boulder a Year Later Reflections on Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Performance as Research Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Laptop Music and Embodiment Materializing the Ephemeral September 14 2013 Improvisation Bodies Difference Red Hot Research at the Commons April 19 2013 Disability Studies Seminar Hall Center for the Humanities Teaching American Studies Dance Music Theatre Performance Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities October 30 2013 6 7 pm News and Announcements Search Search form Search Home Please log in to view this page Log in with your KU online ID Log in for non KU users who have been invited to this page About

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  • AUMI Consortium | AUMI-KU InterArts
    Non KU Users KU Home About KU Admissions Athletics Alumni Campuses Social Media Endowment KU Today AUMI KU InterArts Improvising Across Abilities Media Communities Search form Search Home About Disability Studies scholar and activist Alison Kafer to visit KU Thursday April 23 2015 KU AUMI People Research Team Affiliated Researchers Partners Communities Research Oral History Project Four Rehearsals and a Performance by Liam Lair and Ashley Mog October 30 2014 State of the Boulder a Year Later Reflections on Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Performance as Research Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Laptop Music and Embodiment Materializing the Ephemeral September 14 2013 Improvisation Bodies Difference Red Hot Research at the Commons April 19 2013 Disability Studies Seminar Hall Center for the Humanities Teaching American Studies Dance Music Theatre Performance Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities October 30 2013 6 7 pm News and Announcements Menu Home About Disability Studies scholar and activist Alison Kafer to visit KU Thursday April 23 2015 KU AUMI People Research Team Affiliated Researchers Partners Communities Research Oral History Project Four Rehearsals and a Performance by Liam Lair and Ashley Mog October 30 2014 State of the Boulder a Year Later Reflections on Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Performance as Research Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Laptop Music and Embodiment Materializing the Ephemeral September 14 2013 Improvisation Bodies Difference Red Hot Research at the Commons April 19 2013 Disability Studies Seminar Hall Center for the Humanities Teaching American Studies Dance Music Theatre Performance Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities October 30 2013 6 7 pm News and Announcements Search Search form Search Home AUMI Consortium AUMI Consortium AUMI KU InterArts is proud to be a member of the AUMI CONSORTIUM About the Area Friendly folks A

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  • Disability Studies scholar and activist Alison Kafer to visit KU Thursday, April 23, 2015 | AUMI-KU InterArts
    Admissions Athletics Alumni Campuses Social Media Endowment KU Today AUMI KU InterArts Improvising Across Abilities Media Communities Search form Search Home About Disability Studies scholar and activist Alison Kafer to visit KU Thursday April 23 2015 KU AUMI People Research Team Affiliated Researchers Partners Communities Research Oral History Project Four Rehearsals and a Performance by Liam Lair and Ashley Mog October 30 2014 State of the Boulder a Year Later Reflections on Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Performance as Research Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Laptop Music and Embodiment Materializing the Ephemeral September 14 2013 Improvisation Bodies Difference Red Hot Research at the Commons April 19 2013 Disability Studies Seminar Hall Center for the Humanities Teaching American Studies Dance Music Theatre Performance Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities October 30 2013 6 7 pm News and Announcements Menu Home About Disability Studies scholar and activist Alison Kafer to visit KU Thursday April 23 2015 KU AUMI People Research Team Affiliated Researchers Partners Communities Research Oral History Project Four Rehearsals and a Performance by Liam Lair and Ashley Mog October 30 2014 State of the Boulder a Year Later Reflections on Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Performance as Research Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Laptop Music and Embodiment Materializing the Ephemeral September 14 2013 Improvisation Bodies Difference Red Hot Research at the Commons April 19 2013 Disability Studies Seminar Hall Center for the Humanities Teaching American Studies Dance Music Theatre Performance Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities October 30 2013 6 7 pm News and Announcements Search Search form Search Home About Disability Studies scholar and activist Alison Kafer to visit KU Thursday April 23 2015 Disability Studies scholar and activist Alison Kafer to visit KU Thursday April 23 2015 Thursday April 23 2015 Alison Kafer author of Feminist Queer Crip 2013 will visit KU on Thursday April 23 2015 for two events 3 30 5 00 Hall Center Disability Studies Seminar downstairs conference room in the Hall Center for the Humanities Faculty graduate students staff and community members who work on or are interested in Disability Studies are invited If you attend please take the time to read in advance the significant new work that she has distributed for the Seminar discussion entitled Un Safe Disclosures Scenes of Disability and Trauma password disability 7 00 pm Crip Coalitions Disability and Cross Movement Politics An Evening with Alison Kafer Jayhawk Room KU Union All are invited to attend Prof Kafer will briefly present from her book Feminist Queer Crip 2013 and then will be joined by local activists and advocates for a round table discussion on the opportunities and challenges of coalition work Please spread the word of this opportunity to interact with a leading scholar activist who specializes in issues of coalition and intersectionality in theory and praxis Co sponsored by OMA AbleHawks Allies Multicultural Education Fund Hall Center Disability Studies Seminar Dept of American Studies and See Saw Film

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  • KU + AUMI | AUMI-KU InterArts
    Home About Disability Studies scholar and activist Alison Kafer to visit KU Thursday April 23 2015 KU AUMI People Research Team Affiliated Researchers Partners Communities Research Oral History Project Four Rehearsals and a Performance by Liam Lair and Ashley Mog October 30 2014 State of the Boulder a Year Later Reflections on Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Performance as Research Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Laptop Music and Embodiment Materializing the Ephemeral September 14 2013 Improvisation Bodies Difference Red Hot Research at the Commons April 19 2013 Disability Studies Seminar Hall Center for the Humanities Teaching American Studies Dance Music Theatre Performance Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities October 30 2013 6 7 pm News and Announcements Menu Home About Disability Studies scholar and activist Alison Kafer to visit KU Thursday April 23 2015 KU AUMI People Research Team Affiliated Researchers Partners Communities Research Oral History Project Four Rehearsals and a Performance by Liam Lair and Ashley Mog October 30 2014 State of the Boulder a Year Later Reflections on Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Performance as Research Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Laptop Music and Embodiment Materializing the Ephemeral September 14 2013 Improvisation Bodies Difference Red Hot Research at the Commons April 19 2013 Disability Studies Seminar Hall Center for the Humanities Teaching American Studies Dance Music Theatre Performance Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities October 30 2013 6 7 pm News and Announcements Search Search form Search Home KU AUMI KU AUMI University of Kansas and AUMI KU InterArts Globally disparities in wealth health care education political power and social status threaten our world Such divides are obstacles to human rights human development and political stability Lack of community can root us in untenable situations Specific answers to this global challenge will promote enhanced self reliance and worth stronger communities and greater appreciation of the power of diversity and constructive discourse KU Bold Aspirations Strategic Initiativesm Theme 3 Building Communities Expanding Opportunities AUMI KU InterArts is committed to expanding opportunities and building communities across abilities through creativity Because AUMI uses body movement to make sound it has implications for dance and theater applications as well as music We want to use the AUMI in settings that combine not only people of varying abilities but also artistic practices training and experience from various arts By expanding the opportunities for group improvisation among people with a wide range of mobility sensory perception and cognitive processing as well as across different modes of artistic expression the AUMI helps us to learn how communities may build and grow across difference Culturally specific hierarchies of sound image motion and language may be challenged along with societal definitions of whole or normal bodies While the Disability Rights Movement has done much to address the disparities in political power and social status of people with disabilities much more work is needed to explore the potential of interdisciplinary expressive cultural practice in transforming social consciousness and

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  • People | AUMI-KU InterArts
    Search Home People People AUMI KU InterArts is comprised of many researchers including the AUMI KU InterArts Research Team Affiliated Researchers and Partners across KU and the broader community A partial list includes Elizabeth Boresow is a Board Certified Music Therapist who graduated from the University of Kansas in May 2013 with a Bachelor s Degree in Music Therapy She was an active member of AbleHawks Allies a group that is Always About Access a huge fan of the KU women s basketball team Elizabeth works in the world of disability helping individuals develop skills that further their independence and promoting accessibility in the community In 2012 2013 she used the did her Music Therapy internship in the Lawrence Public Schools Kip Haaheim Music has always sought out intersecting collaborative possibilities that cross boundaries and has made music on projects involving planetary scientists anesthesiologists ecologists neuroscientists and mathematicians as well as choreographers filmmakers and visual artists Michelle Heffner Hayes Dance who teaches dance improvisation at the University of Kansas was one of the original producers of the danceAble festival in Miami FL an annual event that brough international participants together in a series of movement workshops and performances of integrated or mixed ability dance Hayes is interested in movement and improvisation on a numbetr of levels as a means of generating new vocabulary during the choreographic process as a form of rapid embodied problem solving that distinguishes live performance from other modes of being as a theoretical model for the consideration of history writing and memory and as a pedagogical tool for the cultivation of mindful collaborative ways of learning Nicole Hodges Persley Theatre is a performer and scholar interested in improvisational practices in theatre and performance who engages improvisation in cross racial and ethnic coalition building She has also incorporated improvisation into teaching pedagogy and undergraduate active learning experiences She also creates and teaches improvised solo and ensemble performance Dot Nary is a Research Associate at the Research and Training Center on Independent Living at the University of Kansas and former staff member at several independent living centers Her research interests focus on health promotion community participation access to recreation and advocacy training for people with disabilities and on creating accessible communities for all Ray Pence is a lecturer in the American Studies Department at the University of Kansas Dr Pence has taught in universities since 1994 His current research projects look at US military veterans with disabilities and the impact of multiple sclerosis on Richard Pryor s career and life Pauline Oliveros Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute and Deep Listening Institute is widely recognized as one of America s most important composers of the 20th and 21st century A leader of the avant garde and a musical pioneer of the highest magnitude Oliveros has profoundly influenced American music through her work with improvisation meditation electronic music myth and ritual Oliveros has an extensive discography and filmography of works spanning 45 years And she has received numerous internationally acclaimed honors and

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  • Research Team | AUMI-KU InterArts
    New Communities Laptop Music and Embodiment Materializing the Ephemeral September 14 2013 Improvisation Bodies Difference Red Hot Research at the Commons April 19 2013 Disability Studies Seminar Hall Center for the Humanities Teaching American Studies Dance Music Theatre Performance Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities October 30 2013 6 7 pm News and Announcements Menu Home About Disability Studies scholar and activist Alison Kafer to visit KU Thursday April 23 2015 KU AUMI People Research Team Affiliated Researchers Partners Communities Research Oral History Project Four Rehearsals and a Performance by Liam Lair and Ashley Mog October 30 2014 State of the Boulder a Year Later Reflections on Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Performance as Research Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities Laptop Music and Embodiment Materializing the Ephemeral September 14 2013 Improvisation Bodies Difference Red Hot Research at the Commons April 19 2013 Disability Studies Seminar Hall Center for the Humanities Teaching American Studies Dance Music Theatre Performance Un Rolling the Boulder Improvising New Communities October 30 2013 6 7 pm News and Announcements Search Search form Search Home People Research Team Research Team Kip Haaheim Music has always sought out intersecting collaborative possibilities that cross boundaries and has made music on projects involving planetary scientists anesthesiologists ecologists neuroscientists and mathematicians as well as choreographers filmmakers and visual artists Michelle Heffner Hayes Dance who teaches dance improvisation at the University of Kansas was one of the original producers of the danceAble festival in Miami FL an annual event that brough international participants together in a series of movement workshops and performances of integrated or mixed ability dance Hayes is interested in movement and improvisation on a numbetr of levels as a means of generating new vocabulary during the choreographic process as a form of rapid embodied problem solving that distinguishes live performance from other modes of being as a theoretical model for the consideration of history writing and memory and as a pedagogical tool for the cultivation of mindful collaborative ways of learning Nicole Hodges Persley Theatre is a performer and scholar interested in improvisational practices in theatre and performance who engages improvisation in cross racial and ethnic coalition building She has also incorporated improvisation into teaching pedagogy and undergraduate active learning experiences She also creates and teaches improvised solo and ensemble performance Pauline Oliveros Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute and Deep Listening Institute is widely recognized as one of America s most important composers of the 20t and 21s century A leader of the avant garde and a musical pioneer of the highest magnitude Olivero has profoundly influenced American music through her work with improvisation meditation electronic music myth and ritual Olivero has an extensive discography and filmography of works spanning 45 years And she has received numerous internationally acclaimed honors and prizes including at least two honorary doctorates and several lifetime achievement awards In addition to being a Distinguished Professor of Music at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and the Darius Milhaud Artist in residence at Mills College

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