Amazing program, bright and early tomorrow morning!

The whole series is incredible, but tomorrow’s program features our fearless leader, Henry Director Sylvia Wolf!

At Seattle Asian Art Museum
Saturday University:
Susan Meiselas, Sylvia Wolf and France Donnay

In Silence: Maternal Mortality in India
February 13, 2010
9:30–11 am
Stimson Auditorium

Susan Meiselas, a Magnum photographer; Sylvia Wolf, the director of the Henry Art Gallery; and France Donnay of theBill & Melinda Gates Foundation speak on “In Silence: Maternal Mortality in India.”

Seattle is home to many exceptional foundations and organizations that are improving lives worldwide. Hear about success stories and challenges in Asia from their leaders and a renowned photographer in the Saturday University Winter Lecture Series “Health, Sex and Women’s Rights in Contemporary Asia.”

Other lectures in this series:
January 30: Women Feed the World: Women’s Land Rights in Asia
February 6: Asia: The Frontier in the Battle for Health Equity in the World
February 20: Feminization of Labor in Southeast Asia:
How Girls Feed Families, Stay Healthy and Cope with Exploitation

Prior to each lecture, participants are invited to a yoga classoffered by 8 Limbs Yoga, from 8:30 to 9:15 am, by voluntary donation.

Ticketing info after the jump

Washington teachers can receive clock hour credit for participating in this program. Paperwork provided on site. Questions? Email SAM Educator Programs.

Members: $30
Adults: $60

Prices above are for entire series of four lectures. Series tickets may be purchased at the Ticketing Desk at any of SAM’s three sites, or over the phone with a credit card by calling the SAM Box Office at 206.654.3121.

Tickets for individual lectures may be available at the door: nonmembers $15, SAM members $10.

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