Who Cares, We Care: The Human Landscape of Migration


Location: Institute for Latino Studies (ILS)- McKenna Hall, Notre Dame

The Human Landscape of Migration Exhibition poster 

Who cares? We care. The Human Landscape of Migration 

This Wednesday, December 2nd, an exciting and unique photography exhibit on the human condition of migration will have its grand opening. The exhibit, curated by a group of six students from Professor Gilberto Cardenas' Visual Sociology: Exploring Society Photographically class, Nicolette Bardele, Emma Borne, Casandra Esteve, Zoe Gyampoh, Shum Mun Yee Shum, and Jessica Zic, will be a display of photographs taken both by the students themselves, as well as from newspaper sources. The photographs depict different aspects of migration around the world, and specifically attempt to show the humanity of all migrants.Please join these students for the opening of this exciting exhibit on Wednesday, December 2nd from 4:30-5:30pm at Galería America@ND, 230 McKenna Hall. Make sure to bring an open mind and a valid ID. Refreshments will be served. Please contact Emma Borne ateborne@nd.edu with any questions regarding the exhibition opening.