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The 19th annual Multicultural Conference at San Antonio College will be held April 23-25 featuring speakers, artists and literary readings on the theme “Noise, Toys and Technology.
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19th annual Multicultural Conference

The 19th annual Multicultural Conference at San Antonio College will be held April 23-25 featuring speakers, artists and literary readings on the theme “Noise, Toys and Technology.

All events  except the luncheon are free and open to the public and will be held on campus at SAC unless otherwise noted.

For more information contact Claudio San Miguel, conference coordinator, 210-486-0689 or csanmiguel@alamo.edu.

The Multicultural Conference is an official Fiesta San Antonio event.

 

Tuesday, April 23  

7 p.m.                        Reception, McAllister Auditorium

                                 Opening ceremonies: Welcome comments by Mike Burton, Chair, English and Reading Department.  

                                 Host:  Melanie Lira

                                Concert by Youth Orchestras of San Antonio

Wednesday, April 24  

9 a.m.                          Visual Arts Center (VAC), Room 120

                                    Student Writing Excellence: Inessa Bicknell, Stephanie Connolly, and David Chavera.

10 a.m.                        Celina Pena, Accion Texas, Micro-loans in Texas

                                    The Underground Library

 11 a.m.                        SAIYM/GALA

                                   Robin Reagler, Director, Writers In The Schools

Noon                            Melanie Lira, Artist. Mexico/Arizona Immigration Trail

 

Thursday, April 25  

9:25 a.m.                    VATC 120

                                   Jung Hee Mun, Artist--South Korea

                                  Laura Garanzuay, Public Artist, Austin, Texas

 

10:50 a.m.                  Longwith Radio-TV-Film building, Room 101

                                 Jim Mendiola, Film and Video, Director of Cinefestival

 

12:05 p.m.                   Koehler House Luncheon

                                   Luncheon Speaker Sheila Black, Director, Gemini Ink

                                    “State of The Literary Arts in San Antonio”

                                   Closing Remarks from Dr. Robert Zeigler, President of San  Antonio College

                                  and  Claudio San Miguel

                                 Music by Midtown Jazz Sound

                       

                                            --SAC--

 

 

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