Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Dear World at Loyola

Several Loyola Intensive English Program (LIEP) students participated in the "Dear World at Loyola"  body art project on Wednesday, March 21. This project is the creation of Robert X. Fogarty, who photographs people with a message for the world written on parts of their body, usually their arms and hands. Fogarty publishes these messages at his "Dear World" website.

Below are Fogarty's photos of LIEP students, displaying their messages for the world.

Fahad Almutairi of Kuwait

Inajara Da Costa Nunes of Brazil

Alhousseyni Gallo of Senegal

Ying Liao of China

Alicia Lucidi of France

Ahn Nguyen of Vietnam

Helena Posada of Nicaragua

Nicole Rios of Nicaragua

Serena Wang of China

A very special CONGRATULATIONS to Serena Wang, who spoke about her experience as a traveler and student in the United States at a Dear World gathering for members of the Loyola University New Orleans community on Thursday evening, March 24.

A big THANK YOU to Serena Wang for speaking so movingly of her experience, to all the LIEP students who participated in the Dear World project, to LIEP Instructor Christina Indovina for arranging LIEP's participation, and to Robert X. Fogarty for his creative artistry.

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