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Healing to Action in Community

online: Students, Faculty and Staff are invited to participate in an open conversation about race, racism and anti-racism. This opening conversation will provide space for current students, faculty and staff to engage in dialogue and explore next steps as a community. Pre-registration is required by 2 p.m. on Thursday, June 4. Contact the Office of Diversity and Inclusion for registration link.

Susan Schmidt: Joys, Sorrows, Concerns

OKANE Cantor Art Gallery: Joys, Sorrows, Concerns is a survey of the artistic career of Susan Schmidt, whose work spans across drawing, books, and various print media. Throughout her career, Schmidt has responded to her lived experiences, working in multiple or narrative form, exploring the complexities of family, and the powerful, difficult, and often shifting bonds that we engage with throughout our lives. Schmidt is a professor in Holy Cross’s visual arts department.Open to the Public

Opening Reception for Susan Schmidt: Joys, Sorrows, Concerns

OKANE Cantor Art Gallery 2: Please join us for the opening reception celebrating the exhibition Susan Schmidt: Joys, Sorrows, Concerns. This exhibition is a survey of the artistic career of Susan Schmidt, whose work spans across drawing, books, and various print media. Throughout her career, Schmidt has responded to her lived experiences, working in multiple or narrative form, exploring the complexities of family, and the powerful, difficult, and often shifting bonds that we engage with throughout our lives. Schmidt is a professor in Holy Cross’s visual arts department.

Susan Schmidt: Joys, Sorrows, Concerns

OKANE Cantor Art Gallery: A survey of the artistic career of Susan Schmidt, whose work spans across drawing, books, and various print media.Throughout her career, Schmidt has responded to her lived experiences, working in multiple or narrative form, exploring the complexities of family, and the powerful, difficult, and often shifting bonds that we engage with throughout our lives. Schmidt is a professor in Holy Cross’s visual arts department. Open to the Public

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