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Alumni Artists: FOTA awaits
How many alumni remember Festival of the Arts (FOTA)? For our 35th reunion in 1998 the College Class of 1963 revived FOTA with a photo gallery featuring exhibitors from several classes. The revival took, and with the help of Professor Herman Sinaiko, AB’47, PhD’61, there is now a FOTA student group sponsoring events on campus this spring. And once again, with help from the alumni office, the Class of 1963 is hosting an alumni FOTA exhibition at Reunion.

This is a call to all alumni to come visit the exhibit in Ida Noyes Library, and it is also a call to all—for work to exhibit. Art of all kinds (visual arts and fine crafts, music on tape or disc, performance art to be shown on VCR, and literary works) can be offered to be shown in a secure room. Exposure will be to the University and Hyde Park communities and beyond because the weekend also features the 57th Street Art Fair and the Hyde Park Arts Fest. The exhibit will be up from Thursday evening, June 5, through Sunday, June 8. Let’s see what we’ve done since Hum I!

For more details, e-mail us at, or call the alumni office at 800/955-0064. To get in the mood or revive memories of FOTAs past, go to We look forward to hearing from you, in old Chicago style, early and often—and to seeing you at this year’s FOTA.

Theresa Miller, AB’63

Al Levy, AB’63, JD’65
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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