Picturing Paradise: Cuadros from the Peruvian Women of Pamplona Alta as Visions of Hope
A series of 39 embroidered and appliquéd fabric artworks created by two women’s cooperatives in Peru, celebrating women, faith and creativity as a force for transformation. On display at the William H. Hannon Library March 10 – June 27, 2014.
Admission to Picturing Paradise and related programming is free and open to the public. An RSVP is requested for attending one of the programs listed above.
Regular public library hours:
Mon-Fri: 8 am - 8 pm
Sat-Sun: 11am - 8pm
Please visit the library hours webpage for exceptions before planning your visit.
The William H. Hannon Library is located on the north bluff of the Westchester campus of Loyola Marymount University. The main entrance to LMU is located off Lincoln Boulevard at LMU Drive, just south of Jefferson Boulevard. (Look for the fountain.) We recommend that visitors to the library park in Drollinger Parking Plaza.
First 20 min.: Free
Each additional 20 min: $2
Daily maximum: $10
Parking is free on weekends. For more information on parking, please visit LMU Parking & Transportation or call 310.338.1681
About the Exhibit
Picturing Paradise / Destellos del Paraiso is a traveling exhibition featuring a series of over fifty embroidered and appliquéd fabric artworks of varying sizes and themes created by two women’s cooperatives in Peru, celebrating women, faith and creativity as a force for transformation. Exhibition is curated by Rebecca Berru Davis (LMU '75), and brought to LMU by the Department of Theological Studies and the William H. Hannon Library.