Strokes of Genius
Scan day: 06 February 2014 UTC
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Description: Promotes a touring exhibition of contemporary Iraqi Art, with tour schedule, a possibility to order the publication, and a gallery of exhibits.
Once upon a time Mesopotamia set the ideals of civilzation upon human kind. Lofty ideals come robed in enduring light is an independent, non-political, non-profit, voluntary organization dedicated to advancing Iraqi art and the education of the public in Iraqi art as an integral part of world art, in particular, through the provision and assistance in the provision of exhibitions, literature, workshops, website and advocacy. Steps are being taken to register iNCiA as a charity through the Charities Commission in the UK.
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|Keywords:||Iraqi Art, Iraqi Artists, Iraq, Iraqi Culture, Maysaloun Faraj, Rashad Selim, Jewad Selim, Lorna Selim, Wijdan Ali, Ulrike al-Khamis, Strokes of Genius, Strokes of Genius: Contemporary Iraqi Art, Modern Iraqi Art, Contemporary Iraqi Art, Dia Azzawi, Azzawi, Shaker Hassan Al Said, Faek Hassan, Akram Shukri, Hafidh al-Drobi, Faraj Abbu, Islamic Art, Contemporary Islamic Art, Art from the Islamic World, Saqi Books, Visiting Arts, British Museum, Arts Council England, ayagallery, Ali Mousawi, Neziha Selim, Rafa Al-Nassiri, Art, Iraqi History, History, Mesopotamia, Grinnell College, DePaul University, Exeter University, Hotbath Galleries, SOAS, School of Oriental and African Studies, Sadik Alfraji, Ali Mandalawi, Rebwar, EU-man, MAIC, Medical Aid for Iraqi Children, Al-Jawahiri, Iraqi Poetry, Iraqi Literature, Middle Eastern Art, Arab Art, Arab Artists, Arab Artist, Arab, Arabia, Galleries, Arab World, Islamic World, Hana Mal Allah, Ibrahim Rashid, Arab Women, Venetia porter, Ahmed Sudani, Ahmad Soudani, Ahmed Soudani, Azzawi, Dia Azzawi,|
|Description:||iNCiA (International Network for Contemporary Iraqi Artists) is an independent non-political, non-profit, voluntary organization dedicated to advancing Iraqi art and the education of the public in Iraqi art as an integral part of world art, in particular through the provision and assistance in the provision of exhibitions, literature, workshops, website and advocacy.|