Human health is fragile and precious. Health shapes our everyday experiences and the paths we take in life. Yet, despite its fundamental importance, health is not an easily understood concept. How is health maintained, or in some cases, denied? What responsibility do we have to protect the health of others? What does a healthy society look like? These are the questions that you are invited to discuss at the next Catalyst on Campus event, “Some People” (Every)Body, a special artistic exhibition.
Some People (Every)Body features photographs, essays, and visual art pieces that convey the various dimensions and meanings of human health. Curator Kimberly J. Soenen will guide visitors through the exhibit and facilitate conversation about its key themes. Highlighting the perspectives of artists, journalists, medical professionals, and everyday individuals, “Some People” (Every)Body teaches crucial lessons for people of all backgrounds.
All students, faculty, and staff are invited to this visionary engagement! We hope to see you there. Please contact the Director of Civic Engagement Rich Kohng (email@example.com) with any questions.
Wednesday, February 5
Photo credit: “Lower Wacker Drive below Michigan Avenue” Michael Zajakowski