October 23 , 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 30  

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

ART ON CAMPUS

A controversial art exhibition has been at Spencer Gallery in the D.B. Weldon Library since Sep. 2.

Bruce Flowers has been an activist for gay rights for many years and his cause has found expression in his artwork.

"There is a need for the Les/Bi/Gay individuals to have their own imagery for purposes of validation," Flowers explains.

When his art was exhibited in Woodstock, the Sentinel Review reported local opposition to it.

Check out the controversial images before the exhibit ends on Oct. 30. To learn more about the activism behind Flowers' art, contact him at rbruceflowers@sympatico.ca. His art is also displayed at www.rbruceflowers.com.

-Laura Katsirdakis


 

 

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