Tentative Schedule and Extended Submission Deadline: Mayo Clinic Humanities in Medicine Symposium

Jun 15, 2021 | Sarah Mensink | @samensink

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Submission deadline:  July 9, 2021: Submit Abstract

Symposium Dates & Times (All dates and sessions are included with registration.  Times shown are Central Time).

Friday September 17, 2021

6:00pm CST Plenary Lecture/Performance: Catie Cuan, Teaching Robots How to Dance

7:00pm CST Plenary Lecture: Experience Bryon, Transdisciplinarity in Practice

8:00pm CST Plenary Performance: Anthony de Mare, Liaisons: Reimagining Sondheim from the Piano; Oscar Wilde’s De Profundis

 Saturday September 18, 2021

11:00-12:00pm CST Plenary Performance: Ebony Payne-English, Poetry of Resilience

1:30-3:00pm CST Concurrent Sessions

3:30-5:00pm CST Incubator sessions:  Moderator Tane Danger

 Saturday September 25, 2021

11:00-12:00pm CST Plenary Lecture: Sunil Iyengar, Research at the National Endowment for the Arts: Linking the Arts to Clinical Practice

12:30-1:30pm CST Special interest small-group networking

 Tuesday September 28, 2021


6:00-7:30pm CST Workshops; Performance

 Thursday September 30, 2021


6:00-7:30pm CST Concurrent Sessions

 Saturday October 9, 2021

11:00-12:30pm CST Concurrent Sessions

1:00-2:00pm CST Plenary Panel discussion:  Catie Cuan, Experience Bryon, Anthony de Mare, Ebony Payne-English, Sunil Iyengar, and moderator Tane Danger

2:00-3:00pm CST TENTATIVE Conference Summary:  Theatre of Public Policy

 Plenary Speakers

Catie CuanDancer/Choreographer/Ph.D. Candidate, Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University

Experience Bryon, PhD.:  Director/Choreographer/Author

Anthony de Mare:  Concert Pianist/Creator/Co-Producer

Ebony Payne-English, Writer/Performer/Educator/Author

Sunil Iyengar, Director of the Office of Research & Analysis, National Endowment for the Arts

Tane Danger, Founder, Theatre of Public Policy/Director, Westminster Town Hall Forum


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