Spring Library Exhibit "Women Hold Up Half the Sky: Women at Work in China"
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Who: CSUSM presents artist Felix Bonomo
What: A photographic essay "Women Hold Up Half the Sky: Women at Work in China" captures the lives of women in urban and rural China, from nanny to construction worker, Chinese Han and ethnic minorities, different generations and socioeconomic backgrounds.
When: Artist lecture and opening reception at noon on Feb 16th in Kellogg Library classroom 3400. The piece will be on display from Feb 16-May 13, 2010. Exhibit is free and open to the public during all library hours.
Where: Kellogg Library, California State University San Marcos
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