If you’ve been by the Ulrich Museum of Art on the Wichita State University campus to see the exhibition “Solving for X=Identity: Sharing Matrilineal Memories at WSU,” you know that it’s full of powerful memories shared by members of the Shocker community about their mothers and maternal grandmothers.
As a part of that exhibition, students in sociology, dance and Honors College will present research and choreographed performances in response to those collected memories. The performances are on at 2:30 and 5:30 p.m. today (repeat performance). Both performances will take place outdoors on the front terrace of the Ulrich Museum where proper social distancing will be encouraged. Free and open to all.
“Solving for X=Identity: Sharing Matrilineal Memories at WSU” is on display at the Ulrich through May 8.