The Last Supper: A Humanitarian's Approach to the Death Penalty Debate

    A Dead Man Walking Series Event

    Date: March 25, 2015

    Time: 4:00 - 5:30 pm

    Location: Gallery 121 at the Dayton Art Institute

    Sponsors: The Department of Art and Design; University Honors Program

 Judith Huacuja or David Darrow

    Phone number: 937-229-3955

    Supporting Involvement: Graul Chair in Arts and Languages; The Dayton Art Institute

    Join us at the Dayton Art Institute to discuss international perspectives on capital punishment in America and international calls for human rights. As part of a city-wide conversation on Human Rights, Faith and Reason during 2015, The Dayton Art Institute and the University of Dayton present artist Julie Green's "The Last Supper: 600 Plates Illustrating Final Meals of U.S. Death Row Inmates." The gallery talk is presented by Danielle Poe, Professor of Philosophy and Judith Huacuja, Associate Professor of Art History.

    University of Dayton students: Buses leave from Alumni Hall at 3:15 pm and from Fitz Hall at 3:40 pm, returning to campus by 5:30 pm.

    Free to members and University of Dayton students; included in museum suggested admission for non-members.