Of Visible Distinction, UC Santa Cruz Women of Color Film & Video Festival 1993
15.94 in HIGH x 14.94 in WIDE
(40.48 cm HIGH x 37.94 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Poster printed with pink blue, and black ink on white paper. "Of Visible Distinction" is printed across the top in large font. The word 'Distinction' appears in a purple horizontal band across the page. Text below reads, "UC Santa Cruz Women of Color Film & Video Festival * 1993 / Dedicated to the Life and Work of Audre Lorde." A detailed schedule of events from Friday, April 16 through Sunday, April 18 fills the rest of the page. A black circle at upper left highlights, "Kresge Town Hall 7:00pm Sharp / Friday, April 16 Women of Color in Collaboration / Saturday, April 17 This is Our Skin, l These Are Our Lives / Sunday, April 18 We Was Girls Together: Sexuality & Culture / Donation of $3-5 requested." A blue rectangle at bottom right highlights, "Changing the Subject, Women of Color and Collaborative Film and Video Programming / Sunday, April 17 3:00 - 5:00pm Kresge 327." Text across the bottom of the page reads, "Sponsored by Kresge College & Cultural Studies in association with Oakes and Merrill College with support from Crown C.O.T., Porter Senate, and UCSC Women's Center. Festival Programmer: Margaret R. Daniel. Poster Design: Margaret R. Daniel and Martin Wollesen."

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