Putting on the Dog: Dogs without Borders
Reception: July 13, 2017 5:00 – 6:30 p.m.
Open to the public
On Display through October 13, 2017
This is the eighth year the Office of International Affairs has observed the dog days of summer with an exhibit of photographs that show dogs in all their diversity. Of the 150+ dog breeds recognized by the American Kennel Club, most originated outside of the United States. The list of international breeds is long and distinguished. Each photograph is accompanied by an exhibit label that informs the viewer about the dog's breed and country of origin.
© Fran Bohannon
Marcia M. Abbott, Adela-May Baxleyova, Fran Bohannon, Bill Brown, Catherine Buscemi, Amanda Cypert, Christy Czerwien, Rachel Dolle, Deanna Dorado, Charles Elliot, Sandy Fortenberry, John Franklin, Margaret Freeman, Shayla Hammock, Kathleen Harth, Larry Hess, Kippra Hopper, Lisa Huntsman, Deb Johnson, Susan and Lee Johnson, Cathy Jung, Rita Kent, Amy Kim, Bethany Kuwitzky, Lynley Lewis, Rachel Massey, Roxanne McDaniel, Samrat Moitra, Holly Moore, Heather J. Norville, April Pilley, Thelma Pilley, Martin Pothier, Katherine Shaw, Ricky Sherfield, Carol Smith, Adrianna Sotelo, Christena Stephens, Stacy Stockard, Charlie Stogner, Beth Wadsworth, Jocelyn Young, Veronica Young
During the July 13th reception, we will show My Dog: An Unconditional Love Story at 5:30 p.m. in the Hall of Nations. This 50-minute documentary explores the special bond between humans and dogs through candid interviews with notable celebrities.
Sponsored in part by a grant from The CH Foundation.