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Sustain Installation & Dedication
The SUSTAIN installation at The LINE DC and Unity Park was an epic 10 day experience, starting on May 31 and ending on June 10, 2022. There was a dedication with poetry and music, a film screening, another poetry event at the farmers market, artist...
Sustain in Weekly Bangalee NY
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Sustain in Dhaka Courier
Follow this link for the full article. SUSTAIN Ushers in a Decade of the Climate Justice Project Storytelling with Saris by Jumoke Opeyemi The SUSTAIN public art installation transformed a building’s six columns into monumental women clad in saris, holding up the world.
SUSTAIN in East City Art
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SUSTAIN: SWS CELEBRATES 10 YEARS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Washington DC, May 2, 2022 A colorful installation of 24 saris and immersive soundwalk in Washington DC marks 10 years of the collaborative climate justice project Storytelling with Saris. Led by Bangladeshi American artist and climate activist Monica Jahan Bose, SUSTAIN...
A dreamy project!
The Concrete Dreams public art installation was a fantastic four day event in Adams Morgan at the DC Arts Center, culminating many months of work on the project by people from DC to Katakhali Village, Bangladesh. The saris were installed on the roof of the...
Join us to experience CONCRETE DREAMS at the exterior and sidewalk in front of the DC Arts Center in May 2021. Tentatively scheduled for May 20-23, 2021. Dates may shift based on weather. Check here for latest updates. Location: DC Arts Center (exterior/sidewalk), 2438 18thStreet,...
Refreshed and Renewed!
The feedback from the Virtual Book Launch of “Renew” has been super positive, with one participant saying she loved the poems, found the discussion fascinating, and was “floating with joy” the next day. We celebrated new beginnings in a salon-style afternoon — many of us...
Poetry Inspired by the Capitol
On the 14th of January 2021 I had the opportunity to participate in the Concrete Dreams poetry and art workshop on Zoom. The workshop engages the public to create art and poetry which will be part of the public art project Concrete Dreams, to be...