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Date/Time: 11/10/2005 12:00 am

Tuesday, October 11, 2005, 8PM
The New School
Tishman Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street
New York City
Admission: $5, free for students with valid ID and Aldrich Museum members
Nusra Latif Qureshi, painter
Mohsin Hamid, novelist
and Anna Sloan, writer, curator, and
historian of Islamic and South Asian Art
moderated by Pakistani historian Ayesha Jalal
Now more than ever, strong creative voices are emerging from Pakistan,
especially those of women. Artists, writers, and filmmakers are
producing remarkable works that often are critical of both Pakistani
politics and those of the West.
How can we account for this creative moment?
And what does it mean for the future of Pakistan and its
creative culture? Informed and inspired by the
current exhibition, “Karkhana,” which features a series of works by six
contemporary Pakistani artists, the panel will encourage dialogue about
current Pakistani culture and politics.
The event is co-sponsored by the Vera List Center for Art and Politics
at The New School and the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield, Connecticut,
where the exhibition, “Karkhana: A Contemporary Collaboration” is on display until
March 12, 2006. Art AsiaPacific is the media sponsor.
TICKETS: Reservations by email to: boxoffice@newschool.edu. Tickets can be ordered by phone with a credit card (212) 229-5488; in person at The New School Box Office, 66 West 12th Street, main floor, Monday-Thursday 1-8 p.m., Friday 1-7 p.m. This event is FREE to all students and TNS alumni with ID, and members of the Aldrich Museum.
INFORMATION: For more information or special needs requests, please call (212) 229-5353 or email: specialprograms@newschool.edu. Information is also available online at www.generalstudies.newschool.edu/specialprograms .
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The Vera List Center for Art and Politics at The New School is dedicated to serving as catalyst for the discourse on the role of the arts in society and their relationship to the socio-political climate in which they are created. It seeks to achieve this through the organization of public programs and forums that respond to the pressing social and political issues of our time as they are being articulated by visual and performing artists. The center engages the university community, the people of New York, and national and international audiences in an exploration of new possibilities for civic engagement.

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