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Lost Dreams, Lost Hopes, Lost Loves, Lost Lives Quilt Exhibition

Monday, November 26 at 9:00am to 5:00pm

More dates through December 7, 2018

Jerome Library, 4th floor, Ray and Pat Browne Popular Culture Library, and 5th floor, Center for Archival Collections
Jerome Library, Bowling Green, OH 43403

Immigrant Ohio 2018 presents "Lost Dreams, Lost Hopes, Lost Loves, Lost Lives," an exhibition of quilts made by the Migrant Quilt Project of Tucson, Arizona.

The quilts are on display at the Ray and Pat Browne Popular Culture Library, 4th floor of the William T. Jerome Library.

The exhibition, open Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., is free and open to the public. The exhibition is sponsored by the Stoddard O'Neill Fund, School of Cultural and Critical Studies.

Two representatives from The Migrant Quilt Project, Tucson, Arizona, will present public talks as follows:

Tuesday, Nov. 13

228 Bowen-Thompson Student Union

4:00 p.m.       "Dispatches from the Desert and The Immigration Equation" - Presented by Judy Ipsen

4:30 p.m.      "Migrant Quilt Project History and Practice" - Presented by Peggy Hazard

Wednesday, Nov. 14

Pallister Conference Room, 1st floor, Jerome Library

2:30 p.m.

  • "Criminalizing Migration in the Tucson Sector" - Presented by Judy Ipsen
  • "What the Eye Doesn't See Doesn't Move the Heart: Migrant Quilts of the Arizona Borderlands" - Presented by Peggy Hazard

 

Recent Activity

Meg Sears

Meg Sears 11/11/2018

I will be arriving on Tuesday just before the 4:00pm talk on the Migration Quilts, which seems to be part of the day long symposium scheduled to take place at the Student Union. As you have indicated previously, the quilts will be an display until 6:00pm on Tuesday after the presentations. Will the quilts be viewed at the Student Union or at the Jerome Library on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018? Sorry to have so many questions! Thanks for your help!
Meg

Stephen Ammidown

Stephen Ammidown 11/9/2018

The quilts will be available for view until 6:00pm on Tuesday. For the symposium events on Tuesday, we recommend using the visitor parking at the Union. There is also visitor parking adjacent to the Library in Lot N.

Meg Sears

Meg Sears 11/9/2018

Will there be a chance to view the Migration Quilts after the presentations at 4:00 pm and 4:30 pm by Judy Ibsen & Peggy Hazard on Tuesday November 13th? If so, how much time will be allowed for viewing? Also, I am a community resident not affiliated with BGSU and would like to inquire where to park for this presentation. Thanks. Meg Sears

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