I offer lectures, seminars and classes on disability, race, and dance.  I enjoy visiting classrooms by SKYPE and in person, and I love configuring my online work for classroom situations.

In sharing information as a teacher, I encourage participants to share their own expertise and experience.  When we all bring what we know to the learning environment, the learning comes from and goes to a different, deeper place.

I am also frequently in front of a microphone, either as a keynote speaker or a panelist, which is a good thing because I have a lot to say that could otherwise go unsaid.

Recent speaking engagements have included:

  • Emory University
  • University of Alberta
  • Whitney Museum of American Art
  • Dance/NYC
  • The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation
  • Queens Museum
  • Dance/USA

Here is a brief excerpt from “Embodied Virtuosity,” a talk that considers beauty, disability culture, extreme physicality, and the dancing disabled body given at Emory University.

Visit the events calendar to find upcoming speaking events

Email to inquire about booking Alice as a speaker