By Natalie Moore
Thanks to the generous support of the King Creativity Fund and the McMichael Fund, the students and faculty of Southwestern will host the second annual Arts Festival. This Arts Festival will be a finer representation of the arts at Southwestern. Delta Omicron will again work together with the Art Association and Mask and Wig, however this year we have sought to reach outside of the Fine Arts departments to include other organizations. New additions to this year’s Arts Festival include Dr. Michael Cooper’s Paideia cohort, EBONY, A.S.I.A., and SEAK. The Arts Festival will be comprised of a number of assorted events, new and old. An instrument petting zoo, Alexander Technique workshop, large art exhibition, and monologue performances are the tip of the iceberg of this year’s Festival. While the SU Arts Festival has grown, our goal still remains the same: to share the arts with our peers and the Georgetown community and to spotlight the many talents of Southwestern’s students. The Southwestern University Arts Festival will be held on February 7, 2009, in the Bishops Lounge and Mood Atrium.