Event Information 2017
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◊Women’s Invitational Exhibition 2017
Presented By: Texas Muslim Women's Foundation
This exhibition will present the work of ten minority women practicing in the United States as first generation artists. This exhibition will focus on the work of these women artists who create art work which not only reflects, the strong bond to their own heritage but the experience of living in the USA, their new permanent home, and how this experience has influenced the work they are presenting now.
Artists originally from Japan, Iran, Lebanon, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, now living in the United States were invited to take part in this unique and inspiring exhibition.
The artists participating in the exhibition are Sarah Ahmad from Georgia, Nida Bangash, from Texas, Sue Ewing from Texas, Nina Gharbanzadeh from Wisconsin, Saberah Malik from Massachusettes, Hend Al Mansour from Minnesota, Roya Mansourkhani from Texas, Naoko Morisawa from Washington, Sudi Sharaf from New York and Helen Zughaib from Washington D C.
- DATE: March 1st – March 26th, 2017
- TIME: Mon - Sat, 10 am - 6 pm
- PLACE: Eisemann Center of Performing and Visual Arts, 2351 Performance Dr, Richardson, TX 75082
- INFO: http://islamicartrevival.com/?page_id=1777
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