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Lloyd exhibit asks us to confront prejudice of all sorts


Last updated 10/11/2018 at 5:31pm

John McCallum

Three portraits that make up the "If You Really Knew Me" section of Robert Lloyd's "Path to Tolerance" exhibit at EWU's Downtown Student Gallery are from left to right: Janeen Marie Massaia, Laura Thomas and Jessica Keifer. Lloyd's showing runs through Oct. 26.

Photographer Robert Lloyd's "Path to Tolerance: Mixing Media, Messages, and Metaphors" exhibit at Eastern Washington University's Downtown Student Gallery is all about pointing out the prejudice within us.

Even in places and over things we might not suspect ourselves of having any hidden bias toward - or against.

The former EWU professor, who taught photography for 30 years at the university along with being a founder and curator of three different photography galleries, features pictures he describes in his artist statement as presenting "one of quiet post-retirement observations." It is a...

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