Please join us on Thursday, November 13 at 3pm as PJS Core Faculty member Ed Murphy (History) gives the talk “Art, Activism, and Transnational Solidarity: Chile under Dictatorship.” PJS Director Elizabeth Drexler will moderate the talk, which will be followed by refreshments in LookOut! Art Gallery.
The event is being held in conjunction with two exhibitions at the LookOut! Art Gallery running from November 3 – 21. “Tapestry as Testimony: Arpilleras of Chile,” is an exhibition of Chilean arpilleras from the collection of Eliana Loveluck, and “Broken,” is an installation addressing human trafficking by Sally Thielen & Susan Clinthorne. Sponsored by RCAH, MSU Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives, Our Daily Work/Our Daily Lives, MSU Department of History, and PJS.