My Rebel Voice Poster Campaign
The Intersection, the UNLV Art Department, College of Fine Arts, and the Barrick Museum present the second annual My Rebel Voice Poster Campaign. This collaborative initiative features students and their perspectives on UNLV.
Students interested in participating are asked to stop by an area across from The Intersection office, Student Union, Room 121 on one of the following dates and times:
October 30: 9a.m. - 3p.m.
October 31: 9a.m. - 3p.m.
Participants will be required to fill out a short survey regarding their Rebel experiences. UNLV art students will be taking professional headshots of participants to accompany the survey. Those photos and surveys then will be turned into posters that will be displayed next semester at the Barrick Museum.
UNLV Rebels are different, daring, and diverse, and the unique intersections of our student body should be highlighted to maintain a shared sense of belonging and community at UNLV. This poster campaign provides the UNLV community with a safe and inclusive academic forum to speak out on what has defined their Rebel student experience and what defines their Rebel student voice.
Participants will be required to fill out a short survey regarding their Rebel experiences. UNLV art students will be taking professional headshots of participants to accompany the survey.
The Intersection: Academic Multicultural Resource Center is a comprehensive and sustainable resource center for students — particularly first-generation and students of color — faculty and staff, and our community at large. The Intersection provides access and linkages to research, people, information, and services.