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Gallery Exhibition Schedule

February 2019

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  • Spectacular Vernacular
  • I Contain Multitudes
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  • Spectacular Vernacular
  • I Contain Multitudes
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  • Spectacular Vernacular
  • I Contain Multitudes
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  • Spectacular Vernacular
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  • Spectacular Vernacular
  • I Contain Multitudes
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  • Spectacular Vernacular
  • I Contain Multitudes
  • Navigating Cultures: Artists' Talk & Panel Discussion
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  • Spectacular Vernacular
  • I Contain Multitudes
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  • Spectacular Vernacular
  • I Contain Multitudes
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  • Spectacular Vernacular
  • I Contain Multitudes
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  • Spectacular Vernacular
  • I Contain Multitudes
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  • Spectacular Vernacular
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  • Spectacular Vernacular
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  • Spectacular Vernacular
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  • Spectacular Vernacular
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  • Spectacular Vernacular
  • I Contain Multitudes
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  • Spectacular Vernacular
  • I Contain Multitudes
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  • Spectacular Vernacular
  • I Contain Multitudes
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  • Spectacular Vernacular
  • I Contain Multitudes
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  • Spectacular Vernacular
  • I Contain Multitudes
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  • Spectacular Vernacular
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  • Spectacular Vernacular
  • I Contain Multitudes
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  • Spectacular Vernacular
  • I Contain Multitudes
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  • Spectacular Vernacular
  • I Contain Multitudes
  • Talking Suitcases
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  • Spectacular Vernacular
  • I Contain Multitudes
Sat, Feb 23
  • Spectacular Vernacular

    Sat, Feb 23  10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Brooks Stevens Gallery

    Besides being useful, and perhaps even beautiful, what else should designed objects do? Spectacular Vernacular takes you on a journey through observation, experimentation and speculation to reveal how the creators mix their craft and industrial design backgrounds with influences from fiction, science and the arts. Explore the rhetorical and practical opportunities of designed objects, encouraging a broadening of the conventional definition of the designer’s role.
    The exhibition features work by the design studio Parsons & Charlesworth, founded by British husband and wife Tim Parsons and Jessica Charlesworth.

  • I Contain Multitudes

    Sat, Feb 23  10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Frederick Layton Gallery

    The paintings, drawings, mixed media objects and installations from nine artists from diverse heritage and artistic backgrounds invite viewers to examine how multiculturalism and navigating between different social norms affects the artists, as well as how it relates to the issues of immigration and diversity in our contemporary society. The work of the artists explores living a multicultural life and examines concepts of cultural negotiation, memory and nostalgia. The artists’ work showcases juxtapositions of visual languages, cultural icons or symbolism and gender inequalities.
    The exhibition is curated by Nina Ghanbarzadeh. In addition to Ghanbarzadeh, artists featured include Hend Al-Mansour, Susan Armington, Nida Bangash, Roya Farassat, Farida Hughes, Fawzia Khan, Ifrah Mansour, Kimberlee Joy Roth, and Helen Zughaib.

Mon, Feb 25
  • Spectacular Vernacular

    Mon, Feb 25  10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Brooks Stevens Gallery

    Besides being useful, and perhaps even beautiful, what else should designed objects do? Spectacular Vernacular takes you on a journey through observation, experimentation and speculation to reveal how the creators mix their craft and industrial design backgrounds with influences from fiction, science and the arts. Explore the rhetorical and practical opportunities of designed objects, encouraging a broadening of the conventional definition of the designer’s role.
    The exhibition features work by the design studio Parsons & Charlesworth, founded by British husband and wife Tim Parsons and Jessica Charlesworth.

  • I Contain Multitudes

    Mon, Feb 25  10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Frederick Layton Gallery

    The paintings, drawings, mixed media objects and installations from nine artists from diverse heritage and artistic backgrounds invite viewers to examine how multiculturalism and navigating between different social norms affects the artists, as well as how it relates to the issues of immigration and diversity in our contemporary society. The work of the artists explores living a multicultural life and examines concepts of cultural negotiation, memory and nostalgia. The artists’ work showcases juxtapositions of visual languages, cultural icons or symbolism and gender inequalities.
    The exhibition is curated by Nina Ghanbarzadeh. In addition to Ghanbarzadeh, artists featured include Hend Al-Mansour, Susan Armington, Nida Bangash, Roya Farassat, Farida Hughes, Fawzia Khan, Ifrah Mansour, Kimberlee Joy Roth, and Helen Zughaib.

Tue, Feb 26
  • Spectacular Vernacular

    Tue, Feb 26  10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Brooks Stevens Gallery

    Besides being useful, and perhaps even beautiful, what else should designed objects do? Spectacular Vernacular takes you on a journey through observation, experimentation and speculation to reveal how the creators mix their craft and industrial design backgrounds with influences from fiction, science and the arts. Explore the rhetorical and practical opportunities of designed objects, encouraging a broadening of the conventional definition of the designer’s role.
    The exhibition features work by the design studio Parsons & Charlesworth, founded by British husband and wife Tim Parsons and Jessica Charlesworth.

  • I Contain Multitudes

    Tue, Feb 26  10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Frederick Layton Gallery

    The paintings, drawings, mixed media objects and installations from nine artists from diverse heritage and artistic backgrounds invite viewers to examine how multiculturalism and navigating between different social norms affects the artists, as well as how it relates to the issues of immigration and diversity in our contemporary society. The work of the artists explores living a multicultural life and examines concepts of cultural negotiation, memory and nostalgia. The artists’ work showcases juxtapositions of visual languages, cultural icons or symbolism and gender inequalities.
    The exhibition is curated by Nina Ghanbarzadeh. In addition to Ghanbarzadeh, artists featured include Hend Al-Mansour, Susan Armington, Nida Bangash, Roya Farassat, Farida Hughes, Fawzia Khan, Ifrah Mansour, Kimberlee Joy Roth, and Helen Zughaib.

Wed, Feb 27
  • Spectacular Vernacular

    Wed, Feb 27  10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Brooks Stevens Gallery

    Besides being useful, and perhaps even beautiful, what else should designed objects do? Spectacular Vernacular takes you on a journey through observation, experimentation and speculation to reveal how the creators mix their craft and industrial design backgrounds with influences from fiction, science and the arts. Explore the rhetorical and practical opportunities of designed objects, encouraging a broadening of the conventional definition of the designer’s role.
    The exhibition features work by the design studio Parsons & Charlesworth, founded by British husband and wife Tim Parsons and Jessica Charlesworth.

  • I Contain Multitudes

    Wed, Feb 27  10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Frederick Layton Gallery

    The paintings, drawings, mixed media objects and installations from nine artists from diverse heritage and artistic backgrounds invite viewers to examine how multiculturalism and navigating between different social norms affects the artists, as well as how it relates to the issues of immigration and diversity in our contemporary society. The work of the artists explores living a multicultural life and examines concepts of cultural negotiation, memory and nostalgia. The artists’ work showcases juxtapositions of visual languages, cultural icons or symbolism and gender inequalities.
    The exhibition is curated by Nina Ghanbarzadeh. In addition to Ghanbarzadeh, artists featured include Hend Al-Mansour, Susan Armington, Nida Bangash, Roya Farassat, Farida Hughes, Fawzia Khan, Ifrah Mansour, Kimberlee Joy Roth, and Helen Zughaib.

  • Talking Suitcases

    Wed, Feb 27  7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Fredrick Layton Gallery, MIAD

    Talking Suitcases Wednesday, February 27, 7 p.m.
    Susan Armington discusses her project and workshops to fill a suitcase with a handmade objects that tell stories and help participants gain insights about themselves, touching on topics such as immigration, racism, grief, personal loss and life transition.

    The paintings, drawings, mixed media objects and installations from nine artists from diverse heritage and artistic backgrounds invite viewers to examine how multiculturalism and navigating between different social norms affects the artists, as well as how it relates to the issues of immigration and diversity in our contemporary society. The work of the artists explores living a multicultural life and examines concepts of cultural negotiation, memory and nostalgia. The artists’ work showcases juxtapositions of visual languages, cultural icons or symbolism and gender inequalities.

Thu, Feb 28
  • Spectacular Vernacular

    Thu, Feb 28  10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Brooks Stevens Gallery

    Besides being useful, and perhaps even beautiful, what else should designed objects do? Spectacular Vernacular takes you on a journey through observation, experimentation and speculation to reveal how the creators mix their craft and industrial design backgrounds with influences from fiction, science and the arts. Explore the rhetorical and practical opportunities of designed objects, encouraging a broadening of the conventional definition of the designer’s role.
    The exhibition features work by the design studio Parsons & Charlesworth, founded by British husband and wife Tim Parsons and Jessica Charlesworth.

  • I Contain Multitudes

    Thu, Feb 28  10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Frederick Layton Gallery

    The paintings, drawings, mixed media objects and installations from nine artists from diverse heritage and artistic backgrounds invite viewers to examine how multiculturalism and navigating between different social norms affects the artists, as well as how it relates to the issues of immigration and diversity in our contemporary society. The work of the artists explores living a multicultural life and examines concepts of cultural negotiation, memory and nostalgia. The artists’ work showcases juxtapositions of visual languages, cultural icons or symbolism and gender inequalities.
    The exhibition is curated by Nina Ghanbarzadeh. In addition to Ghanbarzadeh, artists featured include Hend Al-Mansour, Susan Armington, Nida Bangash, Roya Farassat, Farida Hughes, Fawzia Khan, Ifrah Mansour, Kimberlee Joy Roth, and Helen Zughaib.

Fri, Mar 1
  • Spectacular Vernacular

    Fri, Mar 1  10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Brooks Stevens Gallery

    Besides being useful, and perhaps even beautiful, what else should designed objects do? Spectacular Vernacular takes you on a journey through observation, experimentation and speculation to reveal how the creators mix their craft and industrial design backgrounds with influences from fiction, science and the arts. Explore the rhetorical and practical opportunities of designed objects, encouraging a broadening of the conventional definition of the designer’s role.
    The exhibition features work by the design studio Parsons & Charlesworth, founded by British husband and wife Tim Parsons and Jessica Charlesworth.

  • I Contain Multitudes

    Fri, Mar 1  10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Frederick Layton Gallery

    The paintings, drawings, mixed media objects and installations from nine artists from diverse heritage and artistic backgrounds invite viewers to examine how multiculturalism and navigating between different social norms affects the artists, as well as how it relates to the issues of immigration and diversity in our contemporary society. The work of the artists explores living a multicultural life and examines concepts of cultural negotiation, memory and nostalgia. The artists’ work showcases juxtapositions of visual languages, cultural icons or symbolism and gender inequalities.
    The exhibition is curated by Nina Ghanbarzadeh. In addition to Ghanbarzadeh, artists featured include Hend Al-Mansour, Susan Armington, Nida Bangash, Roya Farassat, Farida Hughes, Fawzia Khan, Ifrah Mansour, Kimberlee Joy Roth, and Helen Zughaib.