Jasmine Jamillah Mahmoud

Performance historian, curator, and professor

Jasmine Jamillah Mahmoud is a performance historian who writes about black aesthetics, contemporary performance, feminist/queer of color critique, cultural policy, and urbanism. Her writing appears in ASAP/J Online, Canadian Art Review, Hyperallergic, TDR: The Drama Review, and Women & Performance. She is currently an Assistant Professor in Arts Leadership program at Seattle University.

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Melted Snow on Virtual Stages
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Melted Snow on Virtual Stages

26 August 2020

Seattle-based Jasmine Mahmoud talks to New York–based Autumn Knight about Knight’s recent performance Our Water is Melted Snow, geography and audiences, and staging and presence across screens.