Mikray Pida: Artist's Talk today

Mikray Pida's paintings, now on display through mid-March, are both visually arresting and politically meaningful. They tell the story of the Uyghur people and their struggle to preserve their Turkic language and ancient culture in the face of increasing pressure from the Chinese government to take full control of the vast Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous region, the Urghurs' traditional homeland in central Asia.

The artist will talk about her paintings and their meaning today, February 22, at 3 p.m. The Gallery is located at 1300 13th Street NW, #105, DC 20005

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

For more information, please call 202-638-3612

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Belmar paintings at Busboys and Poets/ Takoma Park

A selection of Joan Belmar's "America" and "Tierra del Fuego" series paintings, first shown at CHARLES KRAUSE/ REPORTING FINE ART in 2012, is now on display through April 30 at the new Busboys and Poets, 235 Carroll Ave NW, Takoma Park, DC.

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