The Department of Anthropology and the College of Liberal Arts: 2012 Visual Anthropology Exhibition
The Department of Anthropology is proud to present the 2012 Visual Anthropology Exhibition. The exhibition includes works that explore the ways in which images and sounds can be used to engage and represent sociocultural worlds. The projects cover a range of topics: culture of vinyl records, Puvungna as contested space, orthodox Christian tattoos, Dia de los Muertos and femicide in Juarez, Mexico, bulimia among Mexican-American women, intercultural parenting experiences, free yoga, Cambodian-American community gardening, fantasy gaming communities, and the experiences of an ex-tagger in Los Angeles.
The exhibition will consist of both ethnographic films (schedule TBA) and interactive and augmented reality installations.
There will be a cash bar and light refreshments will be available.
Sponsors: The Department of Anthropology and the College of Liberal Arts