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 Study in Japan


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Professors Margaret Manchester, Colin Jaundrill and Eric Sung will be leading a Maymester class in Japan called "Japan and the US 1853 - Present: Image and Power (HIS 481)". Click the link below for more information.
 
   

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 Family Day

 
The Office of Admission and Providence College community invited new students and their families to campus on Saturday, April 12, 2014 for our annual Family Day program. Art History major Patricia Krupinski helped to welcome prospective studio and art history majors to this special event.

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CityArts for Youth Photo Display Features Work of PC Students in Providence, Ecuador

                                                                                                                              

Providence, R.I. — The photography of Providence College students who studied the theme “Visualizing Peace and Justice” in Providence and in Ecuador is on display in the gallery at CityArts for Youth, 891 Broad St., Providence, through Friday, April 20.

 

The gallery is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. A closing reception will be held on Thursday, April 19, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., with a speaking program at 6:30 p.m. Among the speakers will be Barbara Wong, executive director for CityArts, and Matthew W. Gendron ’12 (Lowell, Mass.), a PC student. 

 

The “Visualizing Peace and Justice” exhibit is the result of two courses offered this semester — Global Community Lens, taught by Dr. Nicholas V. Longo ’96, associate professor of public and community service studies and director of the Global Studies Program, and Eric E. Sung, assistant professor of photography, and Peace and Justice, taught by Dr. Jeffrey D. Pugh, assistant professor of political science.

 

The courses included two service-learning projects. In February, students taught photography to children and took photos at CityArts, a nonprofit organization that provides free art education to children ages 8-14.

 

In March, the PC students traveled on an Alternative Spring Break trip to Quito, Ecuador, where they worked with a nonprofit founded by Pugh, the Center for Mediation, Peace and the Resolution of Conflict (CEMPROC).

 

The goal was to use photography to share ideas, experiences, and stories about peace and justice with the local community. Photographs on display will include works taken in Providence and in Quito, Pijal, and Otavalo, Ecuador.

 

“We really hope that the Providence community will come to our photography exhibit and see the end product of our trip to Ecuador and our volunteer work with local youth,” said Alex Finn-Atkins ’12 (Springfield, Mass.). “It has been a rewarding experience to take different points of view on peace and justice and unite them as one exhibit."

 

— Vicki-Ann Downing

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Museum Bus Trip to New York City

 


The Department of Art and Art History sponsored a bus trip to New York City to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Whitney Museum. The trip took place Saturday, April 5th, 2014. 

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