L'Océan Noir au Textile Museum. Washington DC.


Le Musée du Textile de Washington DC

montrera la série " L'Océan Noir" lors de l'exposition:


"Stories of Migration: Contemporary Artists Interpret Diaspora. "

"Histoires de Migration: Les artistes contemporains traite de la diaspora"


16 Avril - 4 Septembre, 2016.







Article presse: HandEye March 2016


The following materials are available for download from Dropbox: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/16951615/Stories%20of%20Migration%20-%20Toolkit.zip.

Exhibition logo (Illustrator and jpg files)
Downloadable flyer (8.5 x 11 in.)
Downloadable poster (11 x 17 in.)
Social media timeline graphics (Facebook and Twitter)
Rack card (I am happy to provide print copies to distribute)

Also, here is a brief description of the exhibition to share:

Stories of Migration: Contemporary Artists Interpret Diaspora
April 16–September 4, 2106
In this juried and invitational exhibition, forty-four textile artists use the medium to comment on migration: historic events that scattered communities across continents; today's accounts of refugees from Syria, Africa, and Latin America, and others adapting to new homes; and personal accounts of family members. Co-organized with Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA) and with assistance from GW’s Diaspora Program in the Elliott School of International Affairs. Learn more at museum.gwu.edu/diaspora.

Finally, here's how to connect with us on social media:

Twitter: @gwtextilemuseum
Facebook: TextileMuseum
Instagram: gwmuseum
Hashtag: #MigrationStories



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