Mark Travis Rivera
Mark Travis Rivera is an award-winning activist, author, choreographer, dancer, speaker, and writer based in New York City who shares stories about being Latino, gay, disabled, and femme. He is the artistic director and founder of marked dance project, an integrated contemporary dance company for dancers with and without disabilities. His writings have been published in The Huffington Post, Fox News Latino, and North Jersey Media Group. He is the author of Drafts: An Imperfect Collection of Writing. As an activist, Mark has spoken to audiences at Harvard University, New York University, San Francisco State University, and other schools around the nation. He is currently the Communication and Marketing Manager for Student Affairs at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
Past Classes & Events
Studies Project: An ethics of (talking about) watching
|May 08, 2018||