Southern Illinois University Carbondale Daily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
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Egyptian19710115Gay; Egyptian19710115Gay.tif
Egyptian19710115Gay; Egyptian19710115Gay.tif
TitleEgyptian19710115Gay; Egyptian19710115Gay.tif
Original Publication SourceDaily Egyptian
DateEgyptian19710115Gay.tif
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CollectionDaily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
TranscriptGay Arts Symposium
to be held here in May
A Midwest Guy Arts Symposium at SIU is being planned
for mid-May. The symposium
will be sponsored by the
Cultural Affairs Committee of
the Student Government Activities Council (SGAC), according to Tom Kelley, co-
chairman
Kelley said the symposium
will be included in Alternative
"71, the spring arts festival.
Planned events include
speakers and artists platforms,
readings, exhibits, films and
workshops. The Cay Arts Symposium will he open to the
public.
Kelley said SGAC's sponsorship of the program is
justifiable because "the gay
community represents the third
largest cultural minority in the
University, next to blacks and
women, based upon standardly
accepted statistics."
Local support will be a prime
factor in the event's success.
Kelley said. He said that
without eipport from both the
general community and the gay
community, the symposium
will be cancelled.
LanguageEnglish
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