“A Feast for Your Own Eyes” featuring Peter Cook





Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center

450 W. Ohio St.
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Peter Cook is a deaf performing artist, whose work incorporates American Sign Language, pantomime, storytelling, acting, and movement. Using nonverbal methods of storytelling, Cook creates community for both deaf and hearing audiences.

Since 1986, Cook has traveled extensively with Kenny Lerner to promote the Flying Words Project and ASL literature. He has performed as a solo performer at the National Storytelling Festival, Tales of Gratz in Austria, International Poetry Festival and the Millennium Stage at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. When not travelling, he is an associate professor and chair of the ASL Department of Columbia College Chicago. Read more here.

Storytelling Arts of Indiana
Sponsored by Luna Language Services
Media Sponsor: WFYI
Emcee Sponsor: Paradox Dental
Interpreter Sponsor: Jim Obermaier and Sally Perkins
Videographer Sponsor: Chatham Tap

Event Accessibility: Accessible Entrance, Accessible Parking Designated, Accessible Restrooms, Accessible Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Elevator to all public areas, ASL Interpretation, Assisted Listening Devices See it in person at Eugene & Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center or watch the livestream from home.

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