Citizens of the World 2016

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REFLECTION: Citizens of the World

Opening Reception:
Wednesday, March 2, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. 
A collaboration between the Center for International Programs and ArtStreet, the 11th annual Citizens of the World photography installation highlights students' reflections of the world in which we live. Depicting themes ranging from hope and strength to challenge and achievement, REFLECTION will showcase the diverse experiences that influence, shape and impact University of Dayton students.

Hosting six world premiere installations annually, ArtStreet's White Box Gallery at the University of Dayton is dedicated to work that challenges social, industrial, cultural and academic perspectives. The 2015-16 IAN Installation Series is focused on our daily climate — and our elemental responses to our environment. From the origins of want and need, to the fear of loss, the Gallery will focus on themes of THIRST, CONSUMPTION, FEAR, UPHEAVAL, REFLECTION and CHANGE.

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