Please join us at Holy Names University in the beautiful Oakland hills for an illustrated lecture by Charles Costello, who will discuss the making of his latest book of photographs Burma Bikes. The lecture – in the J.D. Kennedy Arts Center Gallery – will be followed by a reception.
Photographs from Burma Bikes will be on exhibit at the J. D. Kennedy Arts Center Gallery at Holy Names from November 14 through December 13. The Gallery is open to the public Tuesday-Friday, 3-5 p.m.
Charles S. Costello III has lived, worked and traveled throughout Asia. He holds an M.A. in Asia Pacific Studies from the University of San Francisco, and continues to travel to and write about the region. Costello is also the Communications Director for the Operating Engineers Union Local 3, which covers Northern California, Northern Nevada, Utah, and Hawaii. In addition to his photography books, he is also coauthor of Breaking Ground: The Seventy Year History of the Operating Engineers Local Union No. 3 (Evansville, IN: M.T. Publishing, 2009).
Presented by the Asia Pacific Peace Studies Institute (APPSI) and Art Program at Holy Names University. The lecture will be moderated by Dr. Patrick Lloyd Hatcher (UC Berkeley emeritus professor). For directions to Holy Names University click here or use the Google Map feature below. For additional inquiries, please contact Professor Chiho Sawada (firstname.lastname@example.org).