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Acts of Translation: New Art from Chile SUNYSB 9/28-9/29

Carla Macchiavello, who curated the international art show titled “A Mantra for Peace” as a centerpiece of the Music for Peace Festival last year, brings us a collection of new artwork from Chile:

Acts of Translation: New Art from Chile
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 28
Student Activities Center Gallery
5-6:30 pm

Artist Talk: Friday, September 29
Student Activities Center Gallery
2-3 pm

Artists: Francisca Aninat, Carmen Ariztía, Felipe Baeza, Joaquin Cociña, Paula Dittborn, Francisco Schwember.

The exhibit will be shown until November 19.

Acts of Translation is sponsored by The Department of Art, The Office of Diversity and Affirmative Action, The College of Arts and Sciences, The Humanities Institute, The Latin American and Carribbean Studies Center, SAC Gallery, LAN, and ProChile in New York.


The Musicians’ Alliance for Peace
The Music for Peace Project: A global concert series for peace
March 30 – April 1, 2007
Locations: Worldwide
More Info: www.m4p.org
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–Mahatma Gandhi

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