Tanisha is a compelling speaker specializing in the areas healing and social justice, arts in social work practice, critical consciousness and diversity. She welcomes opportunities to deliver keynote lectures and artist talks, participate in panel discussions and facilitate workshops.

 

Previous Speaking Engagements:

Liberation-based Healing Conference, New York, NY 2016
Presentation: Decolonized Arts Practice; Moderator: Creative Pathways for Liberation

San Diego School of the Performing Arts, San Diego, CA 2012
Master class in Theatre for Social Change

Central District Forum for Arts and Ideas, Seattle, WA 2011
Featured panelist on Artists and Social Change: When Creativity is the Revolution

Forum on Citizenship and Applied Theatre, New York University, New York, NY 2010
Co-presented workshop: The Living Stage Praxis of Community Engagement and Mobilization

Radical Intersections, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL 2010
Presented artwork and paper - flag/body, a post 9/11 exploration of black feminine citizenry

American Studies Association, Washington, D.C. 2009
Presented short film “Flag Body”

Performance Studies International #14, University of Copenhagen, Denmark 2009
Presented artwork and paper - flag/body, a post 9/11 exploration of black feminine citizenry

e-Performance and Plug-ins, University of New South  Wales, Sydney, Australia 2008
Presentation The Gates: Not Being There: Virtual performativity of Christo & Jeanne-Claude’s The Flags