Showing (work x family)

​Showing (work x family) is a 28-foot, six-screen photography exhibition with an original soundscape. 
 It reveals the intimate choreography of everyday life and explores the push and pull of work and family –
a universal balancing act with no fixed equation.

The photographs offer a meticulous examination of everyday life, refined and raw expressions of mealtimes and bedtimes, commutes and carpools, calendars and keys, school-day mornings and weekend chores, childcare and grandparent shifts, single-parent households and blended families.

This traveling exhibition was created by Jane Gottesman, Founding Director of Working Assumptions, based in Berkley, CA.  Read an essay about the exhibit by Trudy Wilner Stack.​

The Center for Bioethics and Humanities also sponsored a juried exhibition, Showing Our Community, featuring photographs taken by our neighbors from the Aurora and Denver communities and across Colorado, that portray the overlap of work and family – what that means and what that looks like in the lives of our kids, coworkers, elders, partners, and society.  On display through April 12th in the Fulginiti Pavilion Foyer.​

Read CSPH Dean Jonathan Samet's article, "The Power of Pictures."


On display January 11- April 12, 2019

The Art Gallery at the Fulginiti Pavilion
13080 E. 19th Ave.  Aurora, CO  80045
Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday from 9:00am-5:00pm
Free and open to the public



Photos from opening receptions & discussions on January 11th and 31st, and March 7th 
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