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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.
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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...
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This Voice of American feature was shown on the RTV network on September 10, 2020 at 6 pm in Bangladesh. Thank you to Tahira Arifa for the wonderful story.
A wonderful article by Michaela LeFrack about artists during the pandemic lockdown, including Monica Jahan Bose and Robin Bell. CLICK HERE FOR FULL ARTICLE
We are so honored that WRAPture is featured in this incredible multimedia article and video for the Smithsonian’s digital magazine: “Eighteen Feet of Fabric Can Go a Long Way.: They spent months following the project to put this together. CLICK HERE FOR LINK TO FULL...
“When the saris return from the Bangladeshi village of Katakhali to the United States, they are well worn: They smell of smoke, from time their owners spent cooking over open fires, and small burns dot their fronts. Mud from unpaved streets stains the hems. And...
A terrific article in Bangla in Nari (woman) magazine, which is published in New York City, titled: “Seven Minutes on the B67: Closing Event and Climate Art Action” Thank you for visiting the exhibition and writing about it, and taking photographs. CLICK HERE FOR LINK...