May 17 - May 20
Manifest "A Male Movement Against Gender-Based Violence" is an interactive art and music show created by Danny Lynch, a graduate student in the Counseling and Guidance Progrom, and by SAFER, Cal Poly's primary confidential advocacy, education and support resource for sexual and domestic violence. The exhibit was created in response to the lack of male identifying individuals involved in the movement against gender-based violence. The show aims to get more men to take a stand against gender-based violence by using the approach fo calling in rather than calling out.
This years show, presented by Safer, Brandon Covarrubias, and Danny Lynch will feature portraits and personal statements from male identifying individuals who are part of our campus community. The exhibit will debut on Tuesday May 17th from 4:30 - 9:00 at Cal Poly's University Art Gallery and feature live music, interactive art, free organic drip coffee and cookies.
The University Art Gallery is free and open to the public from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday except when otherwise stated.