Click here to see the list and Zoom links to Virtual Lunch Talks (Spring 2020)
Apr165:30pm - 7:00pmNightingale-Brown House
Defiant Spirits: Fernando Brito’s Sinaloa is an exhibition of Fernando Brito’s moving images of life in Sinaloa, a province that has been wrecked by the struggle between one of the most powerful drug cartels in the world and the Mexican government. The award-winning photographer’s work reveals both the raw violence and the resilience of life in Sinaloa under the Cartel de Sinaloa.
The exhibition is on view at the Center for Public Humanities Gallery February 6 - April 16.
The closing reception will be held in conjunction with Gallery Night Providence.
Apr2312:00pm - 1:00pmNightingale-Brown House
(Margaret) Zheng, Associate Professor, Department of Cultural Heritage & Museology, Fudan University (Shanghai, China).
Talk description coming soon.