Miami Dade College’s (MDC) North Campus, 11320 NW 27th Ave. in Miami, unveiled the Dove of Peace, a sculpture by internationally renowned Spanish sculptor dEmo (Eladio de Mora), to mark Human Rights Day, Dec. 10. In photo at (right/left/above), MDC North Campus President Malou Harrison, left, celebrates with dEmo, center, and MDC President Eduardo J. Padron.

The Dove of Peace unveiling marks the permanent installation of this formidable sculpture, which will adorn the North Campus as part of the institution’s “art in public places” within the Miami International Sculpture Park.The Dove of Peace, a universal symbol of world peace and diplomacy, will be prominently positioned at one of the Campus’ main entrances.

Crafted in 2013, the one-of-a-kind art piece consists of a white marble dove that sits on a black granite base. It measures a total of 14 feet high from top to bottom.