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A two-part exhibition featuring forty educational panels showing how visual artists from Renaissance Europe to present-day Baton Rouge have used their powers to make populations living on the fringes of society visible, to encourage social change, and to inspire hope. A digital billboard installed along with the panels will provide audiences with the opportunity for multi-media interactivity. Curated by LSU art history students and Prof. Darius Spieth during fall semester 2009.  Contact Joe Givens at (501) 428-3278 or email at givens@lsu.edu for more details regarding these exhibits.

Exhibition is split between two venues:
United Way Offices, 700 Laurel Street, Downtown Baton Rouge, November 6–December 4, Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and
Atrium, Design Building, LSU Campus,
November 6 –December 4, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.:

To read the texts online, click the Play Slideshow button below which will open up a file browser, or download individual pdf’s.
A comprehensive downloadable pdf of all panels will be available soon.

Invisible Populations in Art

Listen to Joe Givens as he reflects on the service-learning experience