Stories From Near and Far

We are incredibly proud of our refugee artists! Be sure to see their work in “Stories From Near and Far: Refugee Artists in New Haven” at the New Haven Museum, which is on display until September 10.
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Artist Wurood Mahmood smiles next to her words. Photo credit: Mahmood Mahmood

Accompanying the exhibit: “Mother, I Don’t Know How to Swim,” by architect Mohamad Hafez. Photo credit: Mahmood Mahmood

Accompanying the exhibit: “Mother, I Don’t Know How to Swim,” by architect Mohamad Hafez. Photo credit: Mahmood Mahmood

Artist Wurood Mahmood stands beside her pieces Photo credit: Mahmood Mahmood

Syrian refugees just arriving in the United States will likely not be watching the Republican or Democratic conventions or the political ups and downs of…

Refugee Artists Celebrated

Susan Clinard’s portfolio boasts three full collections of art created by the Connecticut based artist: clay, wire and wood. All three collections are interesting and well executed. However it is Clinard’s carved, found wood figures that I find most compelling. Conversation Funeral Procession of the Innocents A Day’s Work Through IRIS, a refugee resettlement agency in New Haven, Connecticut, Clinard...

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