Full Program, Presentations and Remarks

Location

Walter Grossmann Gallery, Joseph P. Healey Library, UMass Boston

Start Date

22-4-2013 4:00 PM

End Date

22-4-2013 5:00 PM

Description

Reception and opening of the exhibition titled “Nunca Más”: Niños Desaparecidos en Argentina y Las Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo (“Never Again”: Disappeared Children in Argentina and the Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo), in the Library’s Grossmann Gallery about the Grandmothers and the disappeared children of Argentina.

Exhibition organized and designed by Jessica Holden, Andrew Elder, and Joanne Riley.

Transcriptions, translations, and translation assistance by Doris Cristobal, Teresa Maceira, and Daniel Ortiz.

Special thanks to Ann Blum, Estelle Disch, Dale Freeman, and Carolyn Goldstein.

Attached to this record is the introductory poster, in Spanish, about the exhibition. Also attached, under Additional Files, is an English translation of the poster text.

Comments

The exhibition, in Spanish with English translations, features images and interview excerpts from the Rita Arditti Collection. Explore this collection by visiting openarchives.umb.edu.

Abuelas Exhibit Poster -- Translation FINAL.pdf (31 kB)
"Nunca Más"/"Never Again" -- English translation of introductory poster

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Apr 22nd, 4:00 PM Apr 22nd, 5:00 PM

Exhibition, “Nunca Más”: Niños Desaparecidos en Argentina y Las Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo

Walter Grossmann Gallery, Joseph P. Healey Library, UMass Boston

Reception and opening of the exhibition titled “Nunca Más”: Niños Desaparecidos en Argentina y Las Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo (“Never Again”: Disappeared Children in Argentina and the Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo), in the Library’s Grossmann Gallery about the Grandmothers and the disappeared children of Argentina.

Exhibition organized and designed by Jessica Holden, Andrew Elder, and Joanne Riley.

Transcriptions, translations, and translation assistance by Doris Cristobal, Teresa Maceira, and Daniel Ortiz.

Special thanks to Ann Blum, Estelle Disch, Dale Freeman, and Carolyn Goldstein.

Attached to this record is the introductory poster, in Spanish, about the exhibition. Also attached, under Additional Files, is an English translation of the poster text.