Thursday, December 1: Exodus and An Evening of Conscience

Salt Lake City, UT – Renowned photographer Sabastiao Salgado turned his lens to the masses of humanity and the hard truths of urbanization, wars and persecution. The result of his seven year project is "Exodus," currently on display in Salt Lake City. This evening Salgado, along with one of Latin America's most important poets, Homero Aridjis and author Terry Tempest Williams, will participate in "An Evening of Conscience: Perspectives on Peace, Human Rights and Compassion." They join Doug Fabrizio for a look at some of the most difficult issues facing the world today.

  • Learn more about Exodus. The exhibit runs through December 17, 2005 at The Leonardo, Library Square in Downtown Salt Lake City.
  • For more information on "An Evening of Conscience," visit the College of Humanities at the University of Utah. The event takes place this evening, December 1, 7:00 p.m. at Kingsbury Hall. For tickets, call 801-581-7100.

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