Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts in Qatar (VCUarts Qatar), a Qatar Foundation partner university, is hosting an exhibition which takes an in-depth look at unseen stories during the ongoing global pandemic through paintings, photography, poetry, design objects, video and digital art.
The 'Good Vibes Only' exhibition brings together works from the university’s students, faculty, staff and alumni from diverse fields such as graphic design, fashion design, painting and printmaking, art history, and interior design among others.
The collective endeavour engages a vibrant community of practitioners and shows how the artists and designers reflect on isolation, dreams, and mental escape through personal narratives.
'Good Vibes Only' features works by Aisha al-Abdulla, Arhama Amjad, Chris Buchakjian, Elizabeth Ju, Ghaida Azzam, Gul Thakur, Haya al-Hetmi, Jesse Payne, Izza Alyssa, Leticia Aguirre, Luma Mansi, Madjulin Nasrallah, Maha Nasr, Marsya A Abdulghani, Maryam Khalil, Michael Perrone, Naima Almajdobah, Nia Alexander Campbell, Noora al-Henzab, Nour Elbasuni, Nour Elzayat, Patty Paine, Rab McClure, Rabab Abdulla, Reham Mohamed, Robin Fetherston, Roshni Tarcar, Roudah al-Sheeb, Selma Fejzullaj, Shima Aeinehdar, Stella Colaleo, Tasnim Rahima, Yeon Geong Hwang and Yomna Eltouny.
Visits to the exhibition are by appointment only, and can be scheduled for 30-minute time slots throughout the day.
Visits should be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance. The opening hours are ?Sunday to Thursday, from ?10am to 4pm.
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