Unexpected Movements: A Symposium for Automatisme Ambulatoire — Registration
14 September 2019
Motyer-Fancy Theatre
Purdy Crawford Centre for the Arts, Mount Allison University
152 Main Street, Sackville, NB


Registration to attend, deadline: 1 September 2019
All events and meals are free, however, registration is required.

This one-day symposium features five Disability Studies scholars from Canada and the United States discussing their work in the context of the exhibition Automatisme Ambulatoire: Hysteria, Imitation, Performance. Recognizing that our society imposes certain norms and expectations on bodies, language, and movement, this symposium explore ways to challenge, question, and undermine such norms as a means of welcoming the unexpected and reclaiming space for all bodies.

Check http://automatismeambulatoire.ca/ regularly for updates to the Symposium Program and for more detailed venue access and parking information.

ASL Interpretation
American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation will be provided during all public programming related to Automatisme Ambulatoire: Hysteria, Imitation, Performance, including the opening reception, symposium, performances, and artist talks (see programming section for more information).

CART Services
CART services will be provided during Unexpected Movements: A Symposium for Automatisme Ambulatoire.

Venue Access

Purdy Crawford Centre for the Arts
Level entry. Automatic doors can be opened with a push button. The Motyer-Fancy Theatre is on the first level and is wheelchair accessible.

Bathrooms
There is one, single-occupancy, gender-neutral, wheelchair-accessible bathroom on the first level and two on the second level. There is a wheelchair-accessible elevator to the second and third levels.

Parking
There are two reserved accessible parking space in the King Street Parking Lot, located at the corner of Salem Street and Main Street. All parking on campus is free. See the Campus Map for all visitor parking.

Owens Art Gallery
The stairs to the Owens from the entrance nearest the University Chapel have a handrail. There is also ramp access at this entrance, however, the ramp is steep. The stairs to the Owens entrance off York Street do not have a handrail. The main floor of the Owens is wheelchair accessible. During this exhibition, our second-floor gallery is accessible with the assistance of an attendant, who can be reached at the Reception Desk, or by contacting Rachel Thornton at the Owens: owens@mta.ca, 506-364-2574. Two flights of stairs lead to the second floor.

Bathrooms
Bathrooms (women’s and men’s) are located in the basement of the Owens and are not wheelchair accessible. Two flights of stairs lead to the basement. During this exhibition, the basement can be accessed by wheelchair with the assistance of an attendant, who can be reached at the Reception Desk, or by contacting Rachel Thornton at the Owens: owens@mta.ca, 506-364-2574.

Parking
There are two reserved, accessible parking spaces on the York Street side of the Gallery and one in the circular driveway adjacent to the Gallery. All parking on campus is free. See the Campus Map for all visitor parking.

Although the Owens is only partially accessible, our goal is to have a barrier-free facility within the next ten years.

The Owens Art Gallery and Mount Allison University welcome guide dogs and other service animals.

Although the Owens is only partially accessible, our goal is to have a barrier-free facility within the next ten years.

For more detailed information, questions, or concerns, please contact Rachel Thornton at owens@mta.ca, (506)364-2224.
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