Skip to Main Content
Tags for: Curator Talk: Photography and Immigration
  • Lecture

Child labor is practiced in Brick Lane clothing factories, in spite of controls by authorities, London, England, 1973 (detail). Leonard Freed (American, 1929–2006). Vintage gelatin silver print, 15.7 x 23.5 cm. Gift of George Stephanopoulos 2015.398

Curator Talk: Photography and Immigration

Thursday, March 23, 2017, 12:00–12:30 p.m.
Location:  Art Study Room
Muriel S. and Noah L. Butkin Art Study Room

About The Event

Thursday, March 23, 2017
12:00–12:30
Art Study Room

In this short lunchtime talk, explore selected works by photographers Leonard Freed, Céline van Balen, and others who have depicted immigrants and immigration, with Barbara Tannenbaum, curator of photography. 

This lecture is presented for the Baker-Nord Humanities Festival, a collaborative event celebrating the great cultural institutions of the city of Cleveland and Northeast Ohio dedicated to humanistic inquiry. The 2017 Cleveland Humanities Festival will explore from a humanistic perspective the impact of immigration across time and within our own time through a series of coordinated events, including lectures, exhibits, theatrical performances, academic symposia, tours, and films. For more information and a complete list of events, visit chf.case.edu

Free; preregistration required. Space is limited and expected to fill quickly. Reserve tickets at engage.clevelandart.org or by calling the Ticket Center at (216) 421-7350.