The Expanded Caribbean: Contemporary Photography at the Crossroads

Drexel University 
The Expanded Caribbean features work by sixteen emerging and established artists with projects based in several different nations and communities neighboring the Caribbean Sea. The exhibition brings together images that document, interrogate, challenge, and otherwise engage the meaning of place in an area with a rich and complex history as a target of exploration and conquest, voluntary and forced migration, trade, travel, and tourism. Responding variously to cultural, historical, mythological, and personal aspects of the greater Caribbean, artists initiate dialogues about how events of the past inform contemporary experience in a continually shifting and evolving environment.
 

Leonard Pearlstein Gallery
Drexel University
URBN Annex, 3401 Filbert St., Philadelphia

September 19 - December 10, 2017

Opening Reception: Thurs., Sept. 28, 5-7pm

More information at https://www.susannawgold.com/pearlstein-gallery

Ricardo Salinas Foundation Scholarship

Aspen Institute 
The Ricardo Salinas Foundation Scholarship at the Aspen Institute is awarded to Latino/as and Latin Americans, who hold or are pursuing an undergraduate or post-graduate degree, who demonstrate leadership in their community or area of expertise.  For information on how to apply, please visit: 

Mini-grants for faculty and students -- History of Puerto Rican individuals and communities in the U.S.

Hunter College, SUNY 
The Center for Puerto Rican Studies and Research Partnership Program at Hunter College, SUNY in NYC offers a number of mini-grants for faculty and students that collect data, study and examine the history of Puerto Rican individuals and communities in the U.S.  Please see this link for more information: