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Room A015: Stained glass, fused glass and glass jewelry. Room A013: Ceramic, sculpting and creating. Open Space: Drawing and painting
In a brand new body of work, Iranian-American artist Nilou Kazemzadeh explores the social and environmental influences that shape identity, drawing heavily on imagery found in Persian and Middle Eastern art traditions.
Her main vehicles for creation—printmaking and calligraphy—require ritualistic perseverance and adherence to a strict artistic process. Thought-provoking and multifaceted, her art asks viewers to consider their own experiences as humans in a dynamic, often-polarizing world.
Nilou received her BA in Studio Art from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2016 and has exhibited throughout Maryland and DC.
Priya Vadhyar’s recent work focuses on the meeting of the particular and the universal. Both restrained and spontaneous, her dreamlike compositions brim with microcosms in which the viewer may lose themselves.
Artists will discuss their practice and the concepts behind their work.
Hailed as the perfect musical comedy, this award-winning classic follows larger-than-life gangsters, nightclub performers and missionaries as they gamble with luck and love under the bright lights of Ole Broadway. Frank Loesser’s brassy, timeless score includes the hits “If I Were a Bell,” “Take Back Your Mink,” and “Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ the Boat.”
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