Library Hawk Squawk: Salon to Feature Guest Artist Pablo Serrano

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The big news we have today is about a very special Cushing Library Salon for SOA (School of the Americas) Awareness Week, in cooperation with Campus Ministry and the Center for Social Justice, and an installation of photography on the main floor of the Library.

What: Art Talk: “La Otra Cara: Human Rights in Colombia,” by noted photographer and human-rights activist Pablo Serrano

When:  7 p.m. Tuesday, September 27

Where: Cushing Library, Glass Lounge (Holy Names University, 3500 Mountain Blvd; no RSVP needed to attend)

Who: Everyone, including the public.

Questions? Email hnulibrary@hnu.edu , or call 510-436-1332

Refreshments… Will be served.

By Pablo Serrano

By Pablo Serrano

A little more about this event: Pablo Serrano is the Library’s fifth artist-in-residence. He is a photographer for the Colombian news agency Agencia Prensa Rural, which was created by peasant farmer organizations.  During the past ten years Serrano has taken thousands of photos documenting civil resistance in the Colombian social conflict.

A collection of Mr. Serrano’s work has been touring California. The Library at Holy Names University is privileged to host an installation of Mr. Serrano’s work through the Fall Semester, 2011. Thanks to Alyise Bernardino and Jessica Escobar of the Center for Social Justice and Carrie Rehak, Director of Campus Ministry, for their roles in making this happen.

More Fall Events: The Cushing Salon Lineup

 We are always open to hosting student readings and events, as well!
October 13, 12:30 – 1:30: Brownbag Book Talk: Karen Armstrong, 12 Steps to a Compassionate Life(led by Carrie Rehak and Karen Schneider)
October 20, 7:00 – 8:00: Panel Discussion: Jesus of Galilee, ed. Robert Lassalle-Klein (Robert Lassalle-Klein, Sr. Sophia Park, Marina Zavala)
October 27, 12:30-1:30: Brownbag Concert: Lars Rosager, Autumn Stylings
November 3, 6:30-7:30: Author Book Talk: Chad Williams, Torchbearers of Democracy.
November 10, 12:30 – 1:30: Brownbag Book Talk: bell hooks, Teaching to Transgress (led by Laura Truxler)
November 28, 4:30  – 7:30: Elba Sanchez, student reading (flash fiction)
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