Jan. 14 - 27, 2005
Vol. 35, Issue 1
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IN THIS ISSUE
Legislative study committee's review gives Charter initiative momentum
One of U.Va.'s most influential women leaders dies
Digest
Two top Virginia education leaders expand Charter to include all of higher education
The Charter initiative
VCCS chancellor embraces Charter ideas
Lawmakers await final Charter proposal
Q & A
Faculty Senate oks position statement on Charter
Kent works to develop even safer automobile restraints
African-American Heritage Month 2005
Martin Luther King Jr.'s "Beloved Community"

"Mapping a Day in the Life" opens Feb. 1

Nobel Laureate to speak on aging
You're invited: The study abroad fair
Architecture students share study abroad experiences using Internet knowlege

 

‘Mapping a day in the life’ opens feb. 1

day in a life
Jasmine Jackson and Katie White

The second installment of a team exhibit with youth and college students that debuted in December will open at the McGuffey Art Center on Feb. 1. “Interactions: Mapping a Day in the Life” is a partnership between the Day in the Life Program at the University, in which undergraduate students mentor city secondary school students, and Second Street Gallery. Four mentoring pairs from the program took workshops with professional photographer Will Kerner and Second Street staff to learn more about photography and photojournalism, and to curate the works to be exhibited. Each pair shot about 10 rolls of film using cameras and film donated by local individuals and businesses. The photos tell the story of how the pairs spend their time together or how they view the community in which they live. The exhibit runs until Feb. 27.


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