Berea College’s Black Cultural Center and African & African American Studies
present their first of the 2008 Tukule, Tusome; To Eat, To Learn Luncheon Series
Monday, September 22, 2008 featuring
“On the Edge of Water: Reflections of a Changing River
A Woman’s Perspective of Katrina”
With contemporary artist Jacquelyn Hughes Mooney
The event begins at 12 noon (Lunch begins at 11:45 a.m.), Commons
Join us for a perspective on the Katrina Disaster three years later…
Exhibition & Reception featuring My Soul Up Over the Moon Collection
Slide presentation & poetry will begin at
6:00 p.m., BCC (Alumni Bldg. 206) & Student Organization Lounge
For more information contact the Black Cultural Center 859 985 3797
Free and Open to the Public
Ms. Mooney is the former Artist in Residence for Bennett College for Women from 2004-2007 & is the owner of I am Moon Studio.
She has been archiving and presenting about the lives of Gulf Coast residents & their families across the country since 2005 in a variety of venues so the resilience and tenacity of people whose lives have been changing since the storm. Her Changed Waters series have been seen in a variety of settings around the U.S.