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Our world, your view

3:44 PM  Nov 9th, 2012
by Mickey Shuey '14

The Citizens of the World Exposition at ArtStreet Studio D celebrated its opening ceremony Tuesday, Nov. 6.

Now in its 8th year, the seasonal gallery features 30-40 photographs from faculty, staff and students who are hoping to show their study-abroad experiences to the community.

“It’s a very diverse collection,” says Tricia Barger, associate director of the Center for International Programs. “We wanted to show how extraordinary of an experience it really is to go these places.”

The walls of the studio are lined with beautifully framed images from places like Ireland, Spain, Italy and Africa. While the exhibit only runs through Nov. 20, Barger says it’s captivating and certainly worthwhile to check out.

“We’ve got a lot of talented people featured here … and it’s definitely worth stopping by,” she says.

For more information on the exposition, visit http://www.udayton.edu/international/events/cotw.php

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