FROM THE DOCTOR’S OFFICE TO THE ART GALLERY:
SANDIE YI’S RADICAL VISION OF BEAUTY
with Sandie Yi, Amanda Cachia, and Anthony Tusler
de Young Museum | Koret Auditorium
Saturday, March 31
Sandie Yi will illustrate and discuss Crip Couture, her collection of
disability fashion, in conjunction with the exhibition The Fashion
World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk. Seen as
prosthetics, orthotics, or an unsettling dream, Yi’s work elevates
disability-inspired clothing to the level of art and high fashion.
Freelance curator Amanda Cachia will introduce Yi and talk about
current trends in disability art. Disability scholar Anthony Tusler
will explain how Crip Couture compares with and often surpasses
Gaultier’s radical approach to fashion and art.
This event is free of charge.
To ensure availability, make requests for accommodations before March 22.
For information: email@example.com or 415-750-7645.
Golden Gate Park, San Francisco
Access Advisors Open House and Disability Arts Festival
March 31, 2012 - 10:00am
Celebrating everyday accessibility at the FAMSF, the disability
community produces a day of museum tours, art making, performance, and
--9 am Private early morning tour of The Fashion World of Jean Paul
Gaultier From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk, Reservation necessary, fee.
--10 am–2 pm: Museum Tours (ask for details)
--10:30 am–2:30 pm: Art Studio for a Day, Art Demos/Art-making
activities; artists at work including Maia Scott’s Human Sculpture
Project and music by Tim Cain
--11 am–noon: From the Doctor’s Office to the Art Gallery: Sandie Yi’s
Radical Vision of Beauty, Sandie Yi , Amanda Cachia, and Anthony
--1–3 pm: Art Slam 2012
Sign language interpreters provided.
Extra blue spaces for parking.
Requests for accommodations made by March 22 will help ensure availability.
General Museum admission free with RSVP by March 28.
There is a $10 surcharge for the Gaultier exhibition.
To register for early-morning Gaultier tour with discounted fee,
inquire by March 22.