Labor of Love Exhibit at UVM March 4 - 18, 2013
Exhibit Features Three UVM Staff Members
- By Staff Council
Come see the Labor of Love exhibit at UVM from March 4-18th. Start at the Living and Learning Center Gallery and continue to the Center for Cultural Pluralism and the Women’s Center. A campus map is available here and at any of the locations on the campus.
This exhibit, which was created by Vermont Works for Women in collaboration with the Vermont Folklife Center, features stories and photos celebrating the transformative power of work by focusing on ways in which work can engage our passion and connect us to others and in communities. It was created as part of VWW’s 25th anniversary festivities.
There are three UVM staff members featured in the exhibit: Deborah Lisi-Baker, administrative services manager at the Center for Disability and Community Inclusion; Candace Taylor, student services professional at the UVM Women's Center; and Marie Tiemann, endowment accountant in Financial Reporting and Account Services.
The featured women are farmers, doctors, tattoo artists, college presidents, electricians and general store clerks. They are passionate about their work, exemplify excellence in their field, and are an inspiration to others. Through Labor of Love, we have the invaluable opportunity to discuss our experience of work with the young people in our lives and with each other – to talk about the choices we’ve made and the twists and turns of our individual journeys. They are stories worth sharing.
To read an article about the exhibit from last spring, click here.
To learn more about the exhibit from Vermont Works for Women, click here.