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Book Arts Exhibition by Refugee Youth

Nigeria, Nepal, Bhutan, Burma, Iraq, the Congo, Eritrea . . . 

Over the course of two years, book artists facilitated workshops that offered opportunities for refugee youth to explore the complexities of their identity while connecting immigrant communities to one another.
Interweaving Traditions: Bookbinding Across Cultures, Reginald F. Lewis Museum, Baltimore
This exhibition is part of Victoria Timpo's MFA in Curatorial Practice thesis at Maryland Institute College of Art.
 Exhibition is at Reginald F. Lewis Museum 
of Maryland African American History & Culture
APRIL 23 - JUNE 1, 2014
Detail of wall exhibition, Curated by Victoria Timpo 2014



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