Opening Reception: Vilomah — Against the Natural Order

Celebrate the opening of this new exhibition with the artist, plus music by DJ Spreadsheets, food truck, a cash bar on our beautiful National Historic Landmark campus.

Admission, to this event is FREE! However, donations of any size are gratefully accepted with your order or at the event, in order to support our many free community programs!

About the exhibition: In this solo, multidisciplinary exhibition, artist Soude Dadras investigates the traumatic sociocultural experiences she encountered firsthand in Iran, as well the processes and rituals of healing which enabled her to turn her pain into positivity. This unique installation of traditional handwork, found objects, video, abandoned textiles, and discarded data will seek to centralize disparate voices. Soude Dadras is an artist, curator, and educator currently living and working in Atlanta, Georgia. She was born in Iran and graduated from Islamic Azad University with a bachelor’s degree in Persian Rugs. Dadras was awarded her MFA from the Welch School of Art & Design at Georgia State University in Atlanta.

Presented By:
Art & History Museums - Maitland
Dates:
July 26, 2024
Price:
Free
Time:
6:30 - 9 p.m.

Celebrate the opening of this new exhibition with the artist, plus music by DJ Spreadsheets, food truck, a cash bar on our beautiful National Historic Landmark campus.

Admission, to this event is FREE! However, donations of any size are gratefully accepted with your order or at the event, in order to support our many free community programs!

About the exhibition: In this solo, multidisciplinary exhibition, artist Soude Dadras investigates the traumatic sociocultural experiences she encountered firsthand in Iran, as well the processes and rituals of healing which enabled her to turn her pain into positivity. This unique installation of traditional handwork, found objects, video, abandoned textiles, and discarded data will seek to centralize disparate voices. Soude Dadras is an artist, curator, and educator currently living and working in Atlanta, Georgia. She was born in Iran and graduated from Islamic Azad University with a bachelor’s degree in Persian Rugs. Dadras was awarded her MFA from the Welch School of Art & Design at Georgia State University in Atlanta.