"Artist Talk" Claudia Bernardi: Walls of Hope/ African American Elders Share Memories of Integration during the Civil Rights Movement in the 60’s


Location: Notre Dame Center for Arts & Culture

Claudia Bernardi conducts an Artist Talk & Discussion on her latest collaborative claudia_bernardiproject:  Walls of Hope/African American Elders Share Memories of Integration during the Civil Rights Movement in the 60’s a Collaborative and community based project with students of Mary Baldwin College, African American elders from Satunton, West Virginia, and the School of Art of Perquin, El Salvador

Bernardi is an internationally known artist who works in the fields of art, human rights and social justice. In her work over the past two decades –she has combined installation, sculpture, painting, printmaking, and most recently, she has focused her art praxis in community and collaborative art projects working with/ and in collaboration with communities that have suffered state terror, violence and who are victims of human rights violations.

Location:  Notre Dame Center for Arts & Culture, 1045 W. Washington Street, South Bend, IN 46601

Reception to follow

This presentation is sponsored by The Segura Arts Studio in collaboration with the Community Relations Department.