Printmaking exhibition opening at Andalus Garden for Bahraini Women’s Day

There will be ten different artists on display at Lines of Light

Printmaking exhibition opening at Andalus Garden for Bahraini Women’s Day
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A printmaking exhibition will be opening at Andalus Garden for Bahraini Women’s Day next week.

Work from ten different artists will be on display at the showcase, which is entitled Lines of Light, from December 1 until December 15.

The works were created by the Bahrain Women Printmakers, which includes Mona Al Moataz, Zakeya Zada, Najla Hoss and Salwa Al Qaed, as well as the group’s founder Jehan Saleh.

Saleh created the group as a platform where women can come together to learn, and to produce art that is new, experimental and fearless.

On December 1, there will be a ladies’ reception from 10am until 1pm, which includes a concert starring oud player Saad Jawad who will be accompanied by all-female group Hunna.

The exhibition will then be open to the public from 7pm until 9pm.

If you’re after more art and gallery openings, don’t forget to check out our culture section here.

You can check out at retrospective for Sudanese artist Dr Rashid Diab at the Bahrain National Museum until February 15, 2020.

Or you can check out the Jurassic-era sea creature exhibition from December 16.
Free. Sat-Thu 10am-2pm, 5pm-9pm. Jehan Saleh Gallery and Printmaking Studio, Andalus Garden, Gudaibiya (3330 9294).

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