Muslim Journeys Event: Research Presentation by Ali Raza

Painting

Revisiting of Mughal Miniature: Traditional and Contemporary Practices in Pakistan
Wednesday, March 20, a 5 p.m. in 114 Belk Library. 

Ali Raza, Assistant Professor of Art and an artist who teaches painting at Appalachian State University, will give a talk titled "Revisiting of Mughal Miniature: Traditional and Contemporary Practices in Pakistan" Wednesday, March 20, a 5 p.m. in 114 Belk Library.  

Trained as a painter and printmaker, Ali Raza currently practices in multiple media. He has been actively exhibiting his work internationally and spends his time between Pakistan and the U.S. In the last few years he has shown his work in the U.S., UK, India, Pakistan, Nepal, Canada, Austria, and UAE.

This event is free and open to the public. It is sponsored by the ASU Humanities Council and Belk Library as part of the programming for the NEH Bridging Cultures, Muslim Journeys grant.

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