Ojo Latino at Pitt Public Health

April 10, 2017 -

2:00pm to 3:00pm

Ojo Latino is a community photographic project that displays daily life aspects of Latino women and men living in Pittsburgh.  This collaborative effort united the Latino community and various areas of the University of Pittsburgh: Anthropology, Communications, Education, History of Arts and Architecture, Center for Latin American Studies and Public Health.

Photo Exhibition runs April 10-24 in Pitt Public Health Commons

Opening Roundtable is April 10, 2-3pm, Room A115 Crabtree Hall

Free & Open to the Public

Light refreshments will be provided

Location and Address

University of Pittsburgh

Graduate School of Public Health Building (aka, Pitt Public Health)

130 DeSoto Street

Pittsburgh, PA 15261 (in Oakland)

NOTE:  Building is under construction

ROOM--A115 Crabtree Hall (take ground or first floor elevators to floor 2; walk right through the hallway to next set of elevators through double doors; take that elevator down to floor 1; room is across from elevators)


Directions and Parking Information

on street metered parking

garages--Soldiers & Sailors or O'Hara Street