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Global Arts Festival Symposium Schedule

Global Arts Festival Symposium

DAY ONE
March 31, 2020

8:00–9:00AM

Arrivals and Registrations
Helen Mauck Galbreath Memorial Chapel

9:00–9:10AM

Welcome: Prof. Paschal Yao Younge (Co-Director Global Arts Festival & Symposium)

Festival Greetings: Lorna Jean Edmonds Ph.D. (Vice Provost for Global Affairs, Ohio University)

9:10–11:10AM

SESSION ONE
Chair: Doreen Tutera

  1. Jennifer Petrie-Wyman, Ed.D.
    Cross-Disciplinary Effects of Urbanization in Africa: The Case of Family, Culture, and Health in Ghana
  2. Katie Bethune, AT; Krisanna Machtmes, PhD; Ahmad Aseery; Jeffrey A. Russell, PhD.
    Performing Arts Students’ Perceptions of Health Care Providers
  3. Jacs Fishburne
    Pain and Process and Catharsis: What Do we Create in the Space Pain Occupies
  4. Terrance Reimer
    Not Far from Me: Stories of Opioids and Ohio “Walking Past Abandoned Houses, I Think of Eric”

11:10AM–12:10PM

KEYNOTE ONE

Jeffrey A. Russell, PhD
Well Artists Produce Art Well: An Opportunity for Art to Impact Society

LUNCH 12:10–1:00PM

1:00–3:00PM

SESSION TWO
Helen Mauck Galbreath Memorial Chapel
Chair:  Kingsley Lims Nyarko

  1. Neketa Abiola Forde 
    Storytelling for Social Change: The Power of Animation
  2. Promise Nyatepeh Nyatuame & Sussana Konadu Osei
    Sustaining communication in recidivism education: The theatre for development intervention in Ghana
  3. Zul Tinarbuko
    Participatory Video for Community Development: A Brief Case of Indonesian Creative Communities Program at Flores Island, Indonesia 2014-2015
  4. Patrick Giguere
    Redefine Health: Collective Awareness Through Comprehensive Design

BREAK 3:00–3:10PM

3:10–6:50PM

SESSION THREE
Helen Mauck Galbreath Memorial Chapel
Chair: Patrick Giguere

  1. Divine Kwasi Gbagbo
    We Twerk and Twirl for Flexibility, Physical Fitness, and Aesthetics: The Bɔbɔbɔ Dance Among the Eʋe of Ghana
  2. Tiina Lugus
    Identity and Burnout in Dancers and Musicians
  3. Nonkululeko Shongwe
    Building Community Wealth through Black Cooperative Economics: Reclaiming History to Challenge Wealth Inequity and Economic Exploitation
  4. Rani Deighe Crowe
    Combatting the Empathy Gap: The Significance of Arts and Media in Developing Empathy
  5. Kingsley Lims Nyarko
    Dancing Through Mental Health: A Narrative Study of Arts and Healing
  6. Eunice Dede Gjanmaki Tetteh
    Efficacy of Dance Movement on the Wellbeing of the Elderly in Ghana
  7. Kamile Geist
    A University Fine Arts-Centric Academic Curriculum Model in Arts and Health

6:50–7:00PM

Closing Remarks: Prof. Paschal Yao Younge (Co-Director Global Arts Festival & Symposium)
 


DAY TWO
April 1, 2020

8:00–9:00AM

Arrivals and Registrations
Helen Mauck Galbreath Memorial Chapel

9:00–9:10AM

Welcome: Prof. Paschal Yao Younge, Co-Director Global Arts Festival & Symposium

9:10–11:10AM

SESSION FOUR
Chair:  Jennifer Petrie-Wyman, Ed.D.

  1. Nomcebo Gugu Nkosi
    Understanding the Impact of Intergenerational Trauma on Black Bodies, Resilience, and Radical Self-Care
  2. Kate Fetterolf
    Art in an Anxious Age
  3. Jacqui G. Haas
    The Post-Professional Dancer, what can we learn from their history?
  4. Jason Crane
    Earth Calling: Constructing, Contesting, and Catalyzing the Global-Self through Music in the Age of the Anthropocene

11:10AM–12:10PM

KEYNOTE TWO

Jeffrey A. Russell, PhD
Yearning Bridges is Better Than Burning Bridges: Life Lessons Learned from Bringing Performing Arts and Health Sciences Together

LUNCH 12:10–1:00PM

1:00–3:00PM

SESSION FIVE
Helen Mauck Galbreath Memorial Chapel
Chair: Neketa Abiola Forde 

  1. Emmanuel Cudjoe
    Physical and Ideological Transformation of “21st Century” Togolese Women: Exploring Female Voices in the Togo-Atchan Dance as a Tool for Community Development
  2. Colleen Fussel
    Obstacles to Athletic Training Services for University Performing Artists
  3. Helene Siebrits
    Traditions and Transitions of Cambodian Dress in the Performing Arts

BREAK 3:00–3:10PM

3:10–6:50PM

SESSION SIX
Helen Mauck Galbreath Memorial Chapel
Chair:  Divine  Kwasi Gbagbo ( Liaison, Global Arts Festival,  Ohio University)

  1. Jacks Fishburne
    When Institutions Do the bare Minimum: ADA Failures in Art
  2. Promise Nyatuame/Akosua Abdalla
    The Community Youth Cultural Centre in Ghana: History Artistry and Community Empowerment
  3. Ariana B. Senn
    Concussion Epidemiology in Film Industry Stunt Performers
  4. Doreen Tutera
    Bridging the Gap of Access to Student Services
  5. Eric Baffour Awuah and Raymond Amoako
    Re-assessing the Role of Dance in Enhancing Community Development in the Diaspora
  6. Charles Elorm Gosu
    Elsal TV's Mission - Multimedia Presentation

6:50–7:00PM

Closing Remarks:  Prof. Mathew Shaftel (Dean College of Fina Arts, Ohio University)

 


ADDITIONAL VENUES
DAY ONE
March 31, 2020

10:30–11:50AM

SESSION SEVEN
Putnam Hall School of Dance Room 321
Chair: Travis Gatling (Director School of Dance, Ohio University)

Collette Murray
Cultural Arts Educators and Culturally Responsive Teaching: Partnerships with Schools and Communities

10:30–11:50AM

SESSION EIGHT
Glidden Hall  School of Music Room 476
Chair: Prof. Paschal Younge (Co-Director Global Arts Festival & Symposium)

Mercy Olson; Andrea Tinajero; Evan McAuley; Gloria Lemus; Krisanna Machtmes, PhD; Ahmad Aseery, MEd; Christopher Fisher, DMA; Christopher Purdy, RPT; Jeffrey A. Russell, PhD, AT, FIADMS
The Benefits of an Alternatively-sized Keyboard for Pianists

4:00–5:00PM

SESSION NINE
School of Music Glidden Recital Hall
Chair:  Doreen Tutera

Laura Silva
ACMS Piano and Percussion Ensembles in Concert

4:35–5:55PM

SESSION TEN
Putnam Hall School of Dance Room 134
Chair: Prof. Zelma Badu-Younge  (Co-Director Global Arts Festival & Symposium)

Jeffrey A. Russell & Isabella Mueler
Can padded dance support socks reduce force on the feet during modern dance?

Mustapha Braimah
The Binary of Globalization & Diversity in the US Higher Ed: My Personal Experience as an Immigrant Artist-Scholar

 


ADDITIONAL VENUES
DAY TWO
April 1, 2020

10:45–11:40AM

SESSION ELEVEN
Glidden Hall School of Music Room 540
Chair: Prof. Paschal Yao Younge (Co-Director Global Arts Festival & Symposium)

John Beck & Ruth M. W. Moskop
Interactive Group Drumming in Healthcare: The Development of Comfort Sound® Drumming Through Clinical Research at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center

10:45–12:20PM

SESSION TWELVE
Putnam Hall School of Dance Room 335
Chair: Travis Gatling (Director School of Dance, Ohio University)

Caro Novella
Art Practices for Health Activism and Social Justice