EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan State University professor's photos from Cuba are going on display Monday at the East Lansing campus.
Music composition associate professor Mark Sullivan says the exhibition draws on more than 6,000 photos he shot during his visit to the Caribbean Island nation, long under a U.S. trade embargo.
The opening of the exhibit "Cuba: First Times Never Come Again" is 3:30 to 5 p.m. in the MSUglobal Knowledge and Learning Innovations space in the Nisbet Building. It's up through year's end.
The 28-year Michigan State faculty member says life in Cuba is "radically different" from what he'd expected.
Sullivan will be on hand to discuss his photos and plans with the project, which include turning his pictures and experiences in Cuba into a book.
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