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Department ofArt and Art History

Beyond Borders

Beyond Borders: Stories of im/Migration, a curated group exhibition by Gutfreund Cornett Art

Exhibition Dates: January 8 - April 6, 2018

Panel Discussion: February 2, 2018, 4-5pm

Reception to follow

The exhibition Beyond Borders: Stories of im/ Migration by the curatorial team Gutfreund Cornett Art and their group of international artists, shed light on the personal and observed narratives surrounding the struggles of flight, immigration, assimilation, deportation, and the perception of being “other" in American society. The works acknowledge the dignity, dreams and sacrifices of these people and reflect on where we are going, individually and as community with shared desires for hope and home.

Gutfreund Cornett Art

Meet artists from the exhibition and listen to the “Califas Mestizo Music" of Locura -- a blend of Latin American and Iberian rhythms such as rumba, cumbia, salsa and flamenco influenced by punkrock, ska, rap, dub, reggae, dancehall with local and global lyrical themes.

Participating Artists:

Tessie Barrera-Scharaga, Carlos Cartagena, Rolando Chicas, Kathryn Clark, Judy Gelles,Taraneh Hemami, Diane Kahlo, Sana Krusoe, Erin McKeown/Stephen Brackett/Shawn King, Delilah Montoya and Sin Huella Collective, Julio Cesar Morales, Gala Narezo/Shamina de Gonzaga/Chantal Fischzang, Priscilla Otani, Judith Quax, Zahava Sherez, Doerte Weber,Shannon Wright, Yu-Wen Wu

Presented by Gutfreund Cornett Art and co-sponsored by the Center for Arts and Humanities 2018 Salon: “Culture, Power, Difference”, the Public Health Science Program and SCU Presents Arts for Social Justice.

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