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Denouncing Violence Against Women: Monday art opening & Panel Discussion

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  • Ed Pearl
    The Center for the Study of Political Graphics invites you to a new exhibition: Denouncing Violence Against Women April 8 to April 21, 2013 USC’s Fisher
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      The Center for the Study of Political Graphics invites you to a new
      exhibition:

      Denouncing Violence Against Women
      April 8 to April 21, 2013
      USC’s Fisher Museum of Art
      Opening Reception & Panel Discussion:
      Monday April 8, 2013
      5:30-7:30 P.M.

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      The panel discussion will be presented with USC Shoah Foundation Executive
      Director Stephen D. Smith, USC Fisher Museum of Art Director Dr. Selma Holo,
      Dr. Laura Pomerantz and Helena Liikanen-Renger, graduate student-curator.
      Following the panel, Carol Wells will give a tour of the exhibition.

      Fisher Museum of Art
      University of Southern California
      823 Exposition Blvd
      Los Angeles, CA 90089

      Denouncing Violence Against Women, presents a series of posters on loan from
      the Center for the Study of Political Graphics. These images from various
      countries denounce brutality against women, from domestic violence to female
      genital mutilation to femicide.

      This exhibition and panel is presented by Visions and Voices: The USC Arts
      and Humanities Initiative, USC Shoah Foundation-The Institute for Visual
      History and Education, The Center for the Study of Political Graphics, and
      the USC Fisher Museum of Art.

      All events take place at the USC Fisher Museum of Art and are free unless
      otherwise noted.

      The USC Fisher Museum of Art is conveniently located along the Metro Expo
      Line.

      For information on routes and times visit LA Metro at
      <http://www.metro.net/expo> www.metro.net/expo.

      Graphic: Julián Herrera, Digital Print, Mexico, 200
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