Identity, Power, Social Justice Exhibit at NMU

Exhibit poster

A visual arts exhibit revolving around the themes of identity, power and social justice will be on display Nov. 30-Dec. 15 in the Olson Library Atrium at Northern Michigan University. It is a collaboration involving two NMU entities: the School of Art and Design and the French program. A catered opening reception will be held from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8.

The visual arts and literary exhibit features advanced students' unique art pieces and analytical English translations of 20th-century French literary and critical works.

“The semester-long project and its resulting displays encourage discussion about the themes of identity, power and social justice that drive, influence and shape our close community, our nation, and—on a wider scale—the world,” said languages professor Nelly Kupper, whose class collaborated with an art and design class taught by Tim Cleary.  

For additional information, please contact Kupper at, or Cleary at 

Prepared By

Julia Seitz
Student Writer

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