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Social Justice Arts Festival
Save the Date: January 19, 2018
Art has the capacity to move us, to open up new ways of thinking and understanding, to increase our empathy and inspire us to take action. Mark your calendar and spread the word: Head to Snyder-Phillips on January 19th for a day-long festival featuring a variety of student artworks centered on social justice issues. It will be a day of contemplation and connection toward building a more inclusive MSU community.
If you are interested in being featured at the festival, please submit a sample of your work here. The committee is looking to showcase all modes of work, including live theatrical and musical performances, poetry, literature, visual art, immersive art, installations, video/film, etc.
This event is a partnership among many units and colleges across campus, including: James Madison College, Residential College in the Arts And Humanities, College of Arts and Letters, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives, Neighborhood Student Success Collaborative and MSU Division of Student Affairs and Services.
If you have any additional questions or concerns, please contact the SJAF committee chair, Amber Benton firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Link to Call for Submissions: https://goo.gl/forms/kXIgRuhNekcDM2C63