The Women’s Resources Center at the University of Illinois was established to:
empower women and strengthen alliances with men
offer opportunities for all students, including trans and gender non-conforming students to participate in all programs and services
build leadership skills
challenge sexism, racism, heterosexism, ableism and all forms of social oppression
achieve greater gender equity and cultural diversity
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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Healing Works Annual Art Exhibit features works about healing from sexual violence and abuse.
“We have survived and in that survival is our life, our strength, our spirituality. And we are telling about it…” Linda Hogan, writer, poet, playwright, Indian rights activist, educator, The Stories We Hold Secret, 1986.
Submissions are due by April 1 and can include any medium—painting, sculpture, photography, drawing, collage, writing, performance, film, etc. Submissions are welcome from students, staff, faculty and community members.
The exhibit will be part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, April 2014 and Boneyard Arts Festival (Campus Day, April 10, 2014). For more information on how to submit your work call 217.333.3137 or email: email@example.com.