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Reverberating Echoes

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Enjoy the View with the New Issue of Currents!

The Spring 2017 issue of the GTU's Currents magazine goes in the mail this week--but you can read the whole issue online right now!

"Reverberating Echoes" Continues

Reverberating Echoes: Contemporary Art Inspired by Traditional Islamic Art, curated by Carol Bier (Visiting Scholar, Center for Islamic Studies), presents work by seven artists of diverse backgrounds, who share a common source of inspiration in Islamic visual culture. The exhibition continues through May 26 at the Doug Adams Gallery. 

CIS News for March 2017

News and events from the Center for Islamic Studies at the GTU

"Reverberating Echoes" Opens January 31, 2017, at the Doug Adams Gallery

The Doug Adams Gallery's Spring 2017 exhibition, “Reverberating Echoes: Contemporary Art Inspired by Traditional Islamic Art,” highlights the work of seven American artists of diverse interests, backgrounds, and training.  Inspired by traditional Islamic art, their works echo historic aesthetic concerns, often advancing human knowledge and understanding by experimentation with new technologies. Traditional concerns focused on the spatial dimension and the effects of light on form, the association of Arabic language and script with revelation, and patterns in the plane, exploring the nature of two-dimensional space.

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