Traces: A Southeast Asian Adventure
Photographs by Caitlin O'Brien
Reception Date: Monday, September 19 from 6-8 PM
Exhibition running from September 19 - October 21, 2016
In the Lower Gallery
When one travels to a country completely different from their own, they can’t help but observe the previously unknown elements around them. In Traces: Southeast Asian Adventure you will see snapshots made during Caitlin O’Brien’s trip to the vast country of Burma and the fast-paced city of Bangkok. The photographs serve as remnants of an adventure through a world beautiful, new, and close to the heart of the traveler. Experience the colors, energy, majesty, and every-day living as she did, briefly, in two places most delightfully unfamiliar.
To see more of Caitlin's work, see her website: www.cobdesignphoto.com
More Than My Religion
Reception Date: Thursday, September 29 from 6-8 PM
Exhibition running from September 16 - December 2, 2016
In the Upper Gallery
The power of art transcends the boundaries of language, culture, nationality and faith. “More than My Religion” is an art exhibition of diverse subject matter and a community outreach effort. Local Muslim artists contribute their work to separate the media image of Muslims being defined by acts of violence around the world from the reality of Muslims as peace-loving and forward-looking citizens and contributing members of society. More Than My Religion presents an enlightening perspective on shared values for community, life and coexistence across people of different backgrounds.
Artists: Naureen Sultana, Farah Hussain, Mehrjabeen Iftihkar, Poonam Javaid, Haroon Khimani, Sehr Jalal, Sana N. Mirza, Irum Haque, Muti Siddiqui, Niha Ahmed, Zainab-Ale-Rasool, Uzma Wahid, Sana Qureshi, Rozina Siddiqui, Rohma Shirwani, Malika MacDonald, Elena Fakhr, Ahmed Alkhateeb, Ehsun Mirza, Zahra Bhaiwala
To learn more about this exhibition please visit: More Than My Religion
To submit work for consideration for an exhibition in one of our galleries, please follow submission guidelines on our Call to Artists page under Visual Artists.
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