Join us in celebrating Muslim Women Artists from across Toronto
(mus)interpreted, is a group exhibition that showcases the work of emerging and established young Muslim women artists. Using painting, photography and installation art, we express our lived realities. As Muslimah artists we recognize that we belong deeply to ourselves and not the constructions created by the media, governments or our communities. Together we explore and interrogate the notions and spaces in which Muslimah’s are defined and redefined. Rooted in Regent Park, the show takes up physical space in a neighborhood where Muslimahs have created art for decades. (mus)interpreted is a collective visioning of our individual and communal herstories shared and negotiated through our artistic work.
(mus)interpreted will run from April 1st until May 1st at the Regent Park Daniel’s Spectrum.
Opening reception: is on April 1st with a reception at the Artspace lounge from 6 to 8pm. The evening will feature artist talks and yummy food provided by the Afghan Women’s Catering Group.
Closing reception: held on May 1st in the Artspace lounge as well as the 2nd floor from 6 to 8pm featuring artist talks, spoken word and musical performances as well as a final tour of the exhibit. This will be held in the Artspace lounge, 2nd floor as well as the Paintbox. Refreshments will be provided.
Start and End Date of the Show: April 1st until May 1st 2014
- Jaudat Adnan
- Zahra Agjee
- Hamdi Ali
- Jumana Chowdhury
- Rabab al-Kishmeri
- Ala al-Thibeh
- Naqa al-Thibeh
- Leila Fatemi
- Huda Hassan
- Fathima Husna
- Hira Kazmi
- Rola Kuidir
- Maha Munaf
- Kashfia Rahman
- Mehwish Siddiqui
- Fatima Wahid
- Ammara Wasim
- The Creative Girls Crew
- The Truth & Dare Photography Project
This show is collaboration between Outburst! Young Muslim Women’s Project, the Truth & Dare Project and SpeakSudan in partnership with Artscape at the Daniel’s Spectrum.
Funding for (mus)interpreted is graciously provided by ArtReach Toronto & Tides Canada Youth Pitch Contest, Canadian Women’s Foundation and Trillium Foundation.
Outburst! Young Muslim Women Project is a movement of young Muslim women in Toronto who are breaking silence and speaking out about violence through art, research and education. We are a program of the Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic.
SpeakSudan is a collective of east African individuals that promotes creative expression of the experiences of East African youth and allies in the Diaspora.
Truth and Dare Project is a series of photography based art-making workshops and art dares for young Muslim women.