Art of Resistance At Iowa State: A Virtual Exploration

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Date/Time:Wednesday, 14 Apr 2021 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Contact:Julie Roosa,
Channel:College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Categories:Arts, performances Lectures Student activities
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The First Amendment's right to assemble and to petition is not the only path toward change. Art can be a highly effective form of resistance. Join the experts from University Museums on a virtual exploration of works of art on campus that seek to challenge the status quo. Questions from the audience will be encouraged. A First Amendment Days event.

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First Amendment Days
First Amendment Days is a weeklong celebration of our First Amendment freedoms - religion, speech, press, assembly, petition. A diverse assortment of speakers, events and activities are offered on campus every spring as a creative way to engage students and the entire Iowa State community to better understand the power of free expression. First Amendment Days is also designed to provide opportunities to exercise our five freedoms.