Art and Mexican Migration
341 Eggers Hall
Program on Latin America and the Caribbean presents: Gilberto Cárdenas - Art and Mexican Migration
Gilberto Cárdenas, Executive Director of the Notre Dame Center for Arts and Culture
Executive Director of the Notre Dame Center for Arts and Culture who has worked in the area of immigration for over 44 years. He has been three times listed by Hispanic Business Magazine as one of the 100 most influential Latinos in the United States.
Cárdenas was the Director of the Institute for Latino Studies and Assistant Provost at the University of Notre Dame (1999-2002), where he currently works as a full time professor in the Department of Sociology with research interests in the fields of immigration, race and ethnic relations, Latino art and culture, and visual sociology. He is an avid collector of Latino art and has established the largest private collection of Latino art in the world. He is chairperson of the Latino Center Board, one of three national boards of the Smithsonian Institution and founder of Latino USA.
For details about Professor Cárdenas's visit, click here.
Sponsored by the Program on Latin America and the Caribbean at the Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs
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