"Displacement" art exhibitions displayed in San Marco Gallery

The art exhibit “Displacement,” which is part of Dominican’s Democracy and Equity Initiative, opened in the San Marco Gallery September 15 in Alemany Library.

The works of Vic De La Rosa, Azucena Hernandez, Fred Hoerr, Oree Originol, and Joel Daniel Phillips explore themes of displacement -- those pushed out from the center of our societies, by forces of violence, economics, racism, or different circumstance. Through these portraits, the humanity of those considered “other” is emphasized. Important contemporary issues such as gentrification, police brutality, and homelessness are explored.

The new exhibition, one of several events on campus focused on a central theme of Democracy and Equity, was on display during normal library business hours through October 28.

To confirm gallery hours, visit dominican.edu/academics/resources/library/about/library-hours.

For more information, contact Sharon Bliss at sharon.bliss@dominican.edu.

In addition, the opening reception for "Driven to Abstraction: The Art of Loren Rehbock" was held in the Science Center on September 15.

The exhibit is on display in the Science Center Gallery until December 15 during normal science center hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday. The science center is closed on Sundays and holidays.

For more information, contact Sandi Chin, Director of University Community Relations, at sandi.chin@dominican.edu or call 415-482-2448.


September 15, 2016