To my friends in Washington, DC, don't miss " CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHY FROM THE ARAB WORLD”
Location: American University Museum at the Katzen Art Center | 4400 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest ,Washington, DC 20016
Date: Saturday, Nov. 10th | 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
I'm excited to be one of the artists at Open Show screening, which will be held at Blink I WeWork. Please RSVP by visiting Eventbritepage. Food and drinks will be provided.
Location: Blink I WeWork | 109 S 5th St, Brooklyn
Date: Wednesday, Nov. 7th | 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Philip Gladkov | "Gentreefication"
Emmanuel Guillén Lozano I "Mexico's Long Night"
Andrea Wise | "Hysteria"
Maha Alasaker | "Women of Kuwait"
Seif Kousmate | "Six Meters from the Dreamland"
KICKSTARTER 110% FUNDED
What a crazy ride the last few weeks have been. As you may know, I will publish my first book "women of Kuwait" and I decided to try Kickstarter to fund the book’s birth.
It worked, it did not seem like it was going to work but, it worked!!!
So first of all, this newsletter is to thank all those who graciously supported me. I received a great deal of encouragement and goodwill from a number of people who left inspiring messages that really help boost my spirit and make the campaign a success. Or who personally offered assistance, ideas, and encouragement.
You people ROCK!
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I had a great panel discussion with Narjos Hilale yesterday. The panel was organized by The Islamic Heritage Society, Inc. at the Permanent Mission of the State of Kuwait to the United Nations, Manhattan, USA.
Along with the panel, I had a solo show of my work " Women of Kuwait" at Permanent Mission of the State of Kuwait to the United Nations, Manhattan, USA.
Photo by Marzia Gamba