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Once you have submitted your new organization request through OrgSync you'll need to contact the student organizations office in Wood Center for a meeting regarding your club proposal. We are conveniently located in the Wood Center offices, available via phone at 474-1170, or by email at 

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Student Organization name:

Festival of Native Arts (FNA)

Student Organization preferred name:

Festival of Native Arts

Student Organization Description:
Beginning in 1973, students organized a spring festival focused on the artistic expression of each Alaska Native culture. Over thirty years later, the Festival of Native Arts continues to unite the major Native culture groups of Alaska. As many as 1,500 traditional and contemporary Indigenous dance groups, musicians, storytellers and artisans have from around Alaska, the country, and other countries around the world to participate in Festival of Native Arts for the sole purpose of cultural expression and education.

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Student Organization Meeting Time: Every Other Tuesday 1-2 and every Wednesday

Student Organization Meeting Location: Brooks Building RSS Gathering Room

The Inu-Yupiaq Dance Group invites audience members to join them in a traditional dance at the 2009 SOAR Awards Ceremony.
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