Tour: “Pop-Up” Exhibit: The Global Exposure Project

Date: 

Apr 28, 2017, 2:00 pm

Location: 

Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology, 11 Divinity Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138
School Walk by Cauvery Patel. A couple of Mozambican students walk to school in the early morning hours of May on Ilha de Moçambique (Island of Mozambique). The island used to be the capital of colonial Portuguese East Africa and is now a UNESCO World Heritage site.
School Walk by Cauvery Patel. A couple of Mozambican students walk to school in the early morning hours of May on Ilha de Moçambique (Island of Mozambique). The island used to be the capital of colonial Portuguese East Africa and is now a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Showcase of the 2017 Harvard Business School Art Society’s photography competition.

Join us for a tour of the Harvard Business School Art Society’s Global Exposure Project Photo Competition, led by Harvard Museums of Science & Culture Assistant Exhibits Director/Senior Designer Sylvie Laborde. The purpose of the Global Exposure Project is to encourage members of the Harvard Business School (HBS) community to share their passion for seeing the world through photography. The HBS Art Society receives entries and selects winners via popular vote and a committee. The winning photographs are displayed at HBS’ Spangler Center Lounge and both Harvard Museum of Natural History and the connected Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology in April. Meet in the lobby of the Peabody Museum. Free with museum admission. 

What is the Global Exposure Project Photo Competition?

The purpose of the Global Exposure Project is to encourage members of the Harvard Business School (HBS) community to share their passion for seeing the world through photography. The HBS Art Society receives entries and selects winners via popular vote and a committee. The winning photographs are displayed at HBS' Spangler Center Lounge and the two museums in April.

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