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Experience Amuletos Through the Frontera from May 10 to May 17, a project commemorating the journeys of migrants along the U.S.-Mexico Border through the sacred mementos and objects they carry along the perilous crossing. Amuletos was made possible through the UA's Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry Graduate Fellowship and is textually and visually narrated by Manuel Martín Barros and Joaquin Perez-Blanes. A reception will be held at the Lionel Rombach Gallery (1031 N. Olive Rd. #108) on May 10 and the exhibit is free to the public. For more info, go to www.confluencecenter.arizona.edu.

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