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Artist Talk: Anila Agha

Event Details

Event Date

  • Thursday, October 14, 6–7:30 p.m.

Event Location

Location
Auditorium

Event Registration

Event Description

Artist Anila Agha will share the stories behind her new works in the exhibition Anila Quayyum Agha: A Beautiful Despair. Fifteen artworks, including two site-specific sculptures, created for the Carter reflect Agha’s response to the loss and historic events we have all experienced over the last year and a half. After sharing the process and meaning of these works, curator Shirley Reece-Hughes will join Agha to discuss her vision for the exhibition. Following their conversation, both speakers will participate in a Q&A. Learn more about Anila Agha.

Masks will be required during the lecture.

Immediately following the talk, Anila Agha will sign copies of her limited-edition artist book A Beautiful Despair: Anila Quayyum Agha.

American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation will be provided during Anila Agha’s talk.

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Part of the October Second Thursdays at the Carter.

This fall, we’re celebrating “60 years of celebrations” with events that relate to stories about the Museum’s history and collection. Join us for a special year full of fun and inspiration!