Southern Illinois University Carbondale Daily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
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Egyptian19691025Black; Egyptian19691025Black.tif
Egyptian19691025Black; Egyptian19691025Black.tif
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CollectionDaily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
TranscriptBlack Arts Festival
a
be held November 1
Taw second acoual Black
Ana Festival, scheduled for
Nov. I at the University Oncer, has received enthusiasttc
response from sxudenta, faculty sad tbe community, according io Marvin G. Evans
and Robert L, licarn, chairman and co-chairman of the
etera.
The festival, sponsored by
Kappa Aiphla Pal social fra
ternity, will be a combination
museum, art and talent display. Evans explained that
each display Is divided Into
specific categories. The art
display Includes painting, photography and possibly sculpture. Poetry, modern classical African dance and a
variety of musical displays
will be part of the program.
As in the past, the festival
hac received good campus
backing. Pacuity
who hac offered their cooperation Include Patrick Be-
ucdier. visiting African
painter, and Robert Jackson
of ihe Department of Design.
Evans remarked that although he bad received a
good response from the stu
dents, *Tvc mainly been ,
lag tanderxround to find people
to perform In fr, "
l.eam emphasized that the
festival Is act only for the
students and the faculty, but
also for the Cartxjodalc community. "We received great
student response, " Heart.
said, "but we were more Impressed with tbe response
from tbe community. We
didn't crpect U."
Heam urged anyone Interested In offering fcls services to phone the Kappa Alpha Psl fraternity house at
V5263, or V-KGo.
LanguageEnglish
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