2012.08.24 > For Immediate Release
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Professor's Photos of China's 'Floating Population' on Display at Criss Library
Omaha - The University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) Criss Library is hosting a photography exhibit that documents China’s “Floating Population” of rural residents as they move to the urban city of Guangazhou.
In honor of the 75th anniversary of the Grace Abbot School of Social Work, Professor Peter Szto is showcasing his photography of just some of the 150 to 200 million Chinese that have migrated from rural to urban areas since the 1980s in the library's Osborne Family Gallery.
The exhibit, entitled “Photography & China’s Floating Population: redux” opened on Tuesday, Aug. 21 and continues until Thursday, Sept. 27. The gallery is open during normal library hours.
For questions about the exhibit, contact Linda Rivera at 402.554.2640.
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