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Academic English Studies

African Art Benefit Sale

Date: 10:30am PDT October 17 - 6:30pm October 18 Location: Templeton Campus Center

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Templeton Campus Center

Colorful, playful, joyous, and amazing African art will be offered for sale on Tuesday, October 17th and Wednesday October 18th.  This exhibit and sale benefits Lewis & Clark’s Roméo Dallaire Scholarship and the Zimbabwe Artists Project (ZAP). 

The sale will take place in the hallway outside Fields dining hall

Hours: 

Tuesday 10/17:  10:30AM to 6:30PM

Wednesday 10/18:  10:30AM to 6:30PM

About the Dallaire Scholarship

The Dallaire Award Fund continues to advance the principle that has guided Lewis & Clark’s innovative programs in international education for more than 40 years: global understanding is rooted in relationships, and relationships are built day by day and person to person.  Every academic year, the Dallaire Scholarship supports a student from Rwanda to come to Lewis & Clark and study English in the Academic English Studies program. 

About Zimbabwe Artists Project:

Zimbabwe Artists Project has its roots at Lewis and Clark. Dick Adams, a sociology professor, led students to Zimbabwe in 1994, 1997 and 1999, on programs focused on gender and social change. In 1997, artists from Weya, who were host mothers/sisters for the students, asked him to find a market for their art in the U.S. He founded Zimbabwe Artists Project in 1999 as a non-profit organization.

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