VCUarts Qatar holds four exhibitions until February 17
January 16 2022 10:12 PM
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'Office Hours'; photo by Markus Elblaus
The exhibitions are organised by The Gallery at VCUarts Qatar, and are on display at specific locations in the building.

A tribute to a grandfather’s life, the outcomes of marrying design with technology, the conversion of embroidery into music and recreating an office through artwork – these are the themes of the four exhibitions that are currently on display at Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts in Qatar (VCUarts Qatar), a Qatar Foundation (QF) partner university.
All four exhibitions, created by VCUarts Qatar faculty, staff and students, run until February 17.
The exhibitions are organised by The Gallery at VCUarts Qatar, and are on display at specific locations in the building.
Visitors can schedule tours during the university’s working hours via eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/what-is-home-to-you-a-solo-exhibition-by- mohamad-hafez-tickets-244285533607
 



‘My Grandfather’s Journey’ by Rasha Alkasab, marketing communications co-ordinator, is on display at Project Spaces, Library, ground floor.‘Computational Potential’ by ‘xLab’, a research initiative at VCUarts Qatar, can be viewed at Project Spaces, Saffron Hall, ground floor.
‘The Sound of Thread: Extending traditions through the sonification of Palestinian embroidery’ by Naima Almajdobah, senior graphic design student, is on display at Project Space Glass Display, first floor, while ‘Office Hours’ by Michael Perrone, assistant professor, Painting + Printmaking, is at Project Space Glass Display, ground floor.
For more information, one can visit https://qatar.vcu.edu/events/project-spaces-2021-22
 
 

Last updated: January 17 2022 11:36 AM


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