Our Culture is Our Resistance: Repression, Refuge and Healing in Guatemala
April 4 - May 27, 2016
Fine art/documentary photographer and human rights activist Jonathan Moller's photographs tell the story of the tragic history of Guatemala: the repression and genocide carried out by state security forces in the early 1980's, and the work for justice, truth, and reconciliation being done within a continued context of impunity and human rights violations in the late 1990's and the 2000's.
University of Denver Museum of Anthropology
2000 E Asbury Avenue
Sturm Hall, Room 102
Denver, CO 80208
The gallery is typically open Monday thru Friday, 9am - 4pm or by appointment.
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The Museum of Anthropology Gallery presents temporary exhibits each year on the first floor of Sturm Hall. University of Denver students work with museum staff to transform the 720 square foot space. Exhibits showcase student projects, faculty research, and collaborations with campus organizations and community partners.
For more information on how you can take part, or to propose an exhibit topic, contact Anne Amati.