Immigration, Migration, Displacement & Community | Cambridge College 2019

Artists' Reception and Performances: Tuesday, April 2, 5:00-7:00

Voices From the Field Presentation: Friday, April 26, 6:00-7:30 PM

Exhibition Dates and Programs:

April 1-May 3, 2019

Reception: Tuesday, April 2, 5:00-6:00 PM

5:00 PM - Welcome & Introductory Remarks
Mary Harvey, Director, Violence Transformed
Hope Ricciardi, Curator, Violence Transformed
5:15PM - Spoken Performance by Ashley Rose, Poet
5:30 PM - Artists Presentation with Q & A

Voices From the Field Presentation:
Friday, April 26, 6:00-7:30 PM
Dialogue to Transform Community and Organizations
An interactive event presented by students from Course BHS 335

Location:

Towne Common Gallery
Cambridge College
500 Rutherford Avenue
Charlestown, MA

Please visit www.cambridgecollege.edu for directions, parking information, and viewing availability.

Curators:

Mary Harvey, Phillip Page and Hope Ricciardi

Questions?

Contact Cambridge College at officeofpublicrelations@cambridgecollege.edu

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Walter Crump, "Into the Light," Pigment print, 12"x12"

Cambridge College is proud to host Violence Transformed for a 5th year with an exhibition of art that reflects on the story of immigrants, refugees, asylum seekers and displaced people worldwide and here in America. The work of participating artists will provoke us to consider the challenges faced by individuals and communities seeking safe and supportive existence. This exhibition underscores the commitment of Cambridge College to promote awareness of the struggles and triumph of those we serve and to inspire action in support of those in need.

Featured Artists:

Judith Carlin
Walter Crump
Henrietta Davis
Carol Daynard
Madeleine Lord
Mardi Reed
Hope Ricciardi
Ruth Rosner
Brenda Steinberg
Josephine Turalba

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