VANKA MURALS: TABLE TALK
Presented in partnership with Hemispheric Conversations: Urban Art Project (HCUAP) at the University of Pittsburgh, This panel will discuss the role of muralism as a transnational resource for consciousness raising about the relationship between art, place, and ecology. The program will be accessible bilingually.
Dr. Sylvia Rohr Samaniega, director of the University Art Gallery at the University of Pittsburgh and lead curator, Vanka Collection
Dr. Ricardo Klein, sociologist and cultural programmer, University of Valencia (Spain)
Dr. Caitlin Bruce, associate professor of Communications, University of Pittsburgh
The program is free but registration is required. Donations to support the Vanka Murals mission including this program are greatly appreciated and may be added to your registration.
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