Contemporary Native American Series @ Museum of Art, Fort Collins
Curated by Brenda Mallory and Sydney Jane Brooke Campbell Maybrier Pursel. This exhibit
specializes in socially engaged, activist, performance, video and new media arts;
including wall-hangings, and sculptures. As members of the Cherokee Nation, and Iowa
Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska; this exhibit identity and indigenous issues.
February 22, 2019, 10 a.m-2:30 p.m., lunch provided
Stop by the CDI or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your ticket
Knowledge Raising Discussion: How to talk (and listen) to transgender people
Transgender people are still too often misunderstood. To help those who are scared
to ask questions or nervous about saying the wrong thing, Jackson Bird shares a few
ways to think about trans issues. And in this funny, frank talk, he clears up a few
misconceptions about pronouns, transitioning, bathrooms and more.
Ted Talk Viewing
March 7, 2019, noon, EDBH 127
BYOL: Bring Your Own Lunch
Take Command & Win, with Captain Gail Harris
Pursuit of excellence in performance — through hard work fired by courage and persistence
— sets the stage for a gripping presentation. When Gail Harris was assigned by the
U.S. Navy to a combat intelligence job in 1973, she became the first African American
female to hold such a position. Whether anyone wants to admit it or not, the truth
is, all of us battle someone or something trying to keep us from fulfilling our potential.
March 26, 2019, 1:45-2:45 p.m., EDBH 127
Straight Facts about Queer Life*
This program has been cancelled.
April 2, 2019, noon - 2:30 p.m., College Center Lobby
Holocaust Poster Exhibit*
Join us for a guided walk through of a moving and powerful poster exhibit of pictures
from the Holocaust followed by a free lunch and facilitated discussion. Co-sponsored
by Aims’ Human2Human and Campus Activities Programming Board.
April 8, 2019, EDBH 127
Poster Exhibit Walk-Through, noon-2 p.m.
Holocaust 101 Presentation, 3:30-4:30 p.m.
UNITY, an interactive public art project, was created as a response to the divisiveness
and negative rhetoric in American politics. Created to raise consciousness about the
labels we give ourselves and others and explore how those labels both support and
limit building interconnected, interesting communities. Stop by, plot your points,
and see how vibrant the Aims community is.
April 22-26, 2019
Knowledge Raising Discussion: Radical Self-Care Project
Why practice self-care? Because it’s difficult to maintain mindfulness and health
when stakes are high and stress is unrelenting. Stop by the CDI to decompress, talk
about self-care in a way that has integrity, and maintain resilience in a creative
April 30-May 1, 2019, 9 a.m.-7 p.m., EDBH 127
*Collaborative event with Campus Activities Programming Board.