Out & About: Community Through Adventure brings together LGBTQIA+ students to build community while experiencing a campus adventure.
We meet in the Center, and together, we travel to a campus location to learn and experience something new, interesting, and unique!
The events are by RSVP only due to space limiations, so complete the RSVP form associated with each Out & About you are interested in participating in.
Once you RSVP, you'll receive an email confirmation with details about the event. For any questions, contact our staff!
Details regarding accessibility will be provided for each event below. Please contact us for any other accommodations or questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 515.294.5433.
Queer Crafts at The Workspace
Tuesday, November 13
Queer your space by creating your own unique piece of artwork celebrating the wisdom and resiliency of LGBTQIA+ icons! You'll use special tissue papers to create a watercolor-look on canvas paper. You can even add an inspirational quote from an LGBTQIA+ leader with oil markers if you wish! This event is FREE and all costs of materials, including a frame for your artwork, will be provided.
Spots for this night of fun and creativity are limited and available for the first 30 students who sign up--Sign up today!
- Christian Petersen Art Museum: Game Art vs. Art Game Exhibit (2017)
- Insect Zoo
- Textiles and Clothing Museum: Queer Fashion & Style: Stories from the Heartland Exhibit (2018)
- Veterinary Medicine Campus
- The Joan Brice Underwood Tearoom: LGBTQIA+ Community Dinner (April 2018)
- Horticulture Research Station (September 2018)
- ISU Queer Archives Tour (Parks Library Special Collections) (October 2018)