Be sure to check out the new exhibit: Labor of Love at Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, running now through the end of April. The winter exhibit is centered around the theme of unseen/invisible labor.
More from the exhibit:
Hidden, unseen, or invisible labor is work that goes unnoticed, unacknowledged, and thus, unregulated, and that is too often unpaid or poorly paid. Invisible labor is often performed by people who belong to marginalized groups, including migrants and refugees, women, nonbinary and gender nonconforming individuals, people of color, and people of lower socioeconomic status. Those who perform invisible labor are further marginalized by the sheer fact that their work isn’t seen, properly compensated, or acknowledged. In its many forms, hidden labor has ripple effects: much of what we consume every day—the food we eat, the clothes we wear, the content we watch and read—is made available to us through the time, energy, and often backbreaking labor of unidentified individuals we will never meet.
Admission is Free. Located on the PSU campus Park Blocks, in Fariborz Maseeh Hall (FMH 110). Visitor entrance is on the first floor.
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