North Carolina Windows and Mirrors Exhibit

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Friday, March 25, 2011 - 12:00am - Saturday, May 7, 2011 - 1:00pm

Mother Son Mural

Windows and Mirrors Panel

Mother and Child mural developed by Guilford College students.

Windows and Mirrors is a traveling exhibit that provides an opportunity to see ourselves in depictions of the war in Afghanistan through the eyes of artists and children.

The exhibit includes 45 unique 4-foot by 6-foot panels created by artists memorializing Afghan civilian casualties, alongside images about living with war collected from Afghan schoolchildren.

Download a copy of the Windows and Mirrors poster with events here.  You can discuss this event on Facebook.

Schedule of Events

Worship in the manner of Friends.

March 25, 5:30 PM. Guilford College Library Atrium. Sponsored by the Guilford College Quaker Leader Scholars Program.

Opening Reception.

March 25, 2011, 7p.m. Guilford College Library Atrium.

Youth Group Tour & Discussion.

March 27, 5p.m. New Garden Friends Meeting, 805 New Garden Road. (Attendance by special arrangement only)       

Muslims in America and Islamophobia.

March 31, 7p.m. New Garden Friends Meeting, 805 New Garden Road. Panel discussion featuring the director of Council on American Islamic Relations Nihad Awad from Washington, DC, local residents, and additional art by Todd Drake, "Muslim Self Portraits".

See the Muslims in America facebook group here!

Christianity and War.

April 5, 7:30p.m. Guilford College Gallery (Founders Hall). Panel discussion covering the spectrum of Christian responses to war.

AFSC's National Program Director for Education and Advocacy on Iraq and Afghanistan, Peter Lems will participate in a variety of events across the state the final week of the exhibit:

Wed, April 13th: Durham, NC

 1 PM- 2 PM: Talk with Carolina Friends School (Upper School)

Thursday, April 14th: Charlotte, NC

5 PM- 6:30: Dinner with Peter Lems at Dish (Sponsored by Charlotte Friends Meeting Peace and Social Concerns)

7 PM: The Human and Economic Cost of War in Afghanistan, Peter Lems

(International House, 322 Hawthorne Lane, Charlotte 28210)

Friday, April 15th: Greensboro, NC

3 PM: The Human Cost of War in Afghanistan, Peter Lems

(Friends Homes, 925 New Garden Rd., Greensboro 27410)

The Economic Cost of War.

April 15, 7pm Guilford College Library Atrium. Talk featuring Middle East expert Peter Lems of the American Friends Service Committee Peace Program, Philadelphia, PA   

You can read more about the planning process of Windows and Mirrors by visiting our blog here

Visit North Carolina's Windows and Mirrors facebook page here

To see the national AFSC Windows and Mirror page and slide show of murals click here

If you are interested in volunteering with the exhibit complete the form here

If you are interested in bringing a youth group to the exhibit click email Megan Fair at Mfair@afsc.org

Contact Information: 

Megan Fair

336-854-0633

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