Voting Open for Reuse Art Competition at RU during Earth Month

Reading Room at RU's Auditorium Library

Reading Room at RU’s Auditorium Library

As part of our campus Earth Week events, Roosevelt’s Reuse Art Competition is now open and available for viewing! To vote on your favorite piece of art, please follow this link. Images of the art have been uploaded to the survey and are available for you to view. Voting runs through April 30th.

If you’d like to see the art in person, please visit the Murray-Green Library at the Chicago Campus, which will be on display through Friday, Earth Day, April 22nd. Students, faculty, and staff collected items that would otherwise be thrown away, and used the items to create their own personal art piece. These art objects show us why the materials and items we utilize are not just “trash,” but worth much more. Prizes will be awarded to the top three participants!

For more information, contact Sarah Tag, Environmental Sustainability Student Associate, Physical Resources (sfisher@roosevelt.edu).

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