Join us for a panel discussion with Azadeh Hussaini and Leili Adibfar.
The panel discussion is in conjunction with the exhibition, “Azadeh Hussaini: ArchiWalls” on display in our Main Second Floor Gallery from January 15 – February 16, 2020.
This event is FREE and open to the public.
ABOUT THE PANELISTS:
Azadeh Hussaini is a Chicago-based Iranian-American visual artist and art educator. She holds an MFA in Non-ﬁgurative Painting from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco and a BFA in Painting from Azad Art University in Tehran. She is also co-founder of Didaar Art Collective, a Chicago based Iranian Artists community, and curator and board member at Theatre- Y, a Chicago based theater company.
Leili Adibfar holds an MA in English from Loyola University Chicago and is currently a PhD candidate in the Art History program at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her primary research is on Iranian modern art after 1945.
Azadeh Hussaini’s work embodies the exploration of her own emotional responses to her experiences while concurrently ascertaining the basic primordial desires within the human condition aspiring to discover commonalities among us while providing forums for open discussion and social assertiveness.
Hussaini’s work has been displayed in numerous exhibitions in the United States and Iran.
Learn more about the exhibition: https://www.evanstonartcenter.org/exhibitions/azadeh-hussaini-archiwalls
Learn more about Azadeh Hussaini: http://www.azadehhussaini.com/