Philadelphia Windows and Mirrors Exhibit
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.
Pictures from opening reception available on Flickr
Exhibit hours: Monday through Saturday 10-4, and Tuesdays 10-9.
Arch Street Meeting House
4th and Arch Streets
Friday 5 November | First Friday Program 5 – 9 PM
7:00 – 7:30 Reflections and dialogue with six artists who contributed murals
- Ann Northrup, Mountain Kites
- Deborah Gross-Zuchman, All Strings Attached
- Joe Brenman, What’s Lost
- Philip Zuchman, Agony
- Cathleen Hughes, Transformation Into Peace
- Karen Light, Connection
8:00 – 8:30 | Spoken word performance
- Frank Sherlock
- CA Conrad
- Carlos Soto Roman
- Mytili Jagannathan
Readings from the Warrior Writers Project:
- Lovella Calica | Others TBD
Sunday 7 November | Closing session
(2-5 PM tentative)
Nine years after 9/11, anti-Muslim rhetoric has escalated in the U.S. While some commentators seem to be encouraging stereotypes and misconceptions, many interfaith dialogue groups have provided an opportunity for Americans to become more acquainted with Islam and American Muslims. We will explore who makes up the American Muslim community, their positions on issues such as terrorism and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and why Islamophobia is on the increase today. We'll also look at what steps we can take to address this issue and the policy implications for the U.S.