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Grad Night II

Tere García, Dilmar Mauricio Gamero Santos, Steven Baboun | Exploring identity of place: Haiti, Peru, US/Mexico Border

Related Members: Steven Baboun, Dilmar Gamero Santos

Join us for an evening of presentations by three graduate students exploring the sense of place, culture and identity. Each student will share a 20-minute presentation, followed by a shared Q&A session at the end.

Steven Baboun is a lens-based artist from Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and based in New York City. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Film and Media Arts with a minor in Education Studies from American University and graduated from Parsons School of Design with a Master of Fine Arts in Photography. 


Tere Garcia is a multidisciplinary artist originally from Monterrey, NL, Mexico. In 2020 she graduated with an MFA in  Photography from Parsons School of Design. Garcia has been traveling and working along the United States and Mexico Border, confronting these boundaries that demolish and hinder unity. 


Dilmar Gamero is a Peruvian-born, Philadelphia based visual artist and teacher with studies in audiovisual communication and theology. He's specialized in digital and alternative processes. He received his MFA in Photography at Tyler School of Art, and he's a PhD candidate in Documentary Arts and Visual Research at Temple University.

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