Photography Exhibit: "Who Cares? We Care. The Human Landscape of Migration"


Location: Galería America@ND, 230 McKenna Hall

The Institute for Latino Studies and the Notre Dame Center for Arts and Culture present: “Who cares? We care. The Human Landscape of Migration.”

This photography exhibit on the human condition of migration will open on Wednesday December 2. A reception will be held from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.

The exhibit is curated by a group of six students from Professor Gilberto Cardenas’ Visual Sociology: Exploring Society Photographically class. The display will feature phographs taken by the students, Nicolette Bardele, Emma Borne, Casandra Esteve, Zoe Gyampoh, Shum Mun Yee, and Jessica Zic, along with photos from newspaper sources. The photographs depict different aspects of migration around the world and specifically attempt to show the humanity of all migrants.

Please bring a valid ID to the opening reception. Refreshments will be served.