• Creative Imperatives: Exploring Diverse Identities, Feb. 27-March 1

    Location: UW-La Crosse

    UW-La Crosse has organized an exciting three days of events on the theme of Identity Matters.
    Visit the calendar for a complete listing of engaging events that celebrate creativity, diversity, and awareness around issues of race, gender, culture, disability, and more.  All events are free and open to the public, and the Identity Matters Exhibit is open during gallery hours at the Main Gallery-Center for the Arts.  Here is just a small sampling of the learning opportunities:
    The Over-Consumption of Native American Imagery and the Ongoing Results, Daniel Green, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. Hall of Nations, Centennial Hall, Feb. 27 Dan Green’s research explores the misinformation, lies, stereotypes and myths about Native Americans.
    Ridiculously Small Pockets, or The Challenges Women Face in a Stereotypically Male Work Environment, Megan Morey, Nabamita Dutta, Adrienne Loh, 3:00 – 3:55 p.m., Feb. 27 Hall of Nations, Centennial Hall Panel discussion on perceived and real identities of women working in male-dominated careers.
    Disability & Diversity 4:00 – 5:15 p.m., Tues. Feb. 28, Hall of Nations, Centennial Hall This session will explore definitions, myths, and truths about persons with disabilities, and how diversity enters into the picture.