View art submitted by UO students and the community and enjoy some snacks! The gala is intended to display art that shows the diversity of size, shape, skin color, hair
texture, ability, and gender. Monday, Feb. 25, noon–6:00 p.m., EMU, Crater Lake North, UO Eugene Campus.
Coordinated by UO’s Center for Student Involvement, this annual festival showcases the works of the LGBTQIAA community’s actors, writers, and directors.
See this year’s lineup!
Saturday, March 2, noon–7:15 p.m.;
Sunday, March 3, noon–7:00 p.m.,
Lawrence Hall, Rooms 177 and 115,
UO Eugene Campus.
The Hemisphere editorial committee seeks scholarly essays that present interdisciplinary research on the work of Latinx artists in the U.S. from any period starting in the 18th century through the present, from any region of the country, and in any form and medium. Hemisphere’s hope is to identify and feature new research based in creative approaches drawn from the increasingly overlapping fields of art history, visual and material culture studies, gender studies, queer studies, social activism and politics, and others. Read all about this opportunity and submit your work by Friday, March 8.
Are you in the process of applying to MFA programs? Are you interested in having someone coming from a queer and/or POC perspective review your manuscript and personal statement…for free? MFA APP REVIEW is an all-volunteer initiative seeking to increase access to fully funded writing programs and to build community among underrepresented writers. This opportunity is offered remotely and will run through Monday, March 31.