A huge thank you to everyone that came to my lecture and art reception in June, we had a strong turn out for both events and the atmosphere was phenomenal. I was impressed to not only see friends from Fort Smith attend, but also those who made a special trip from Northwest Arkansas, Oklahoma and Missouri!

I enjoyed connecting with the community through my work and opening up conversations about fine art, fabrics, culture, identity and so much more! I still can’t get over the excitement of having my artwork on the side of the museum building, that was fabulous to see in person.

Dates & Details

Exhibition: Dupatta: Journeys of life & Cultural Identity

Location: Fort Smith Regional Art Museum, 1601 Rogers Avenue, Fort Smith, AR 72901

Dates: June 11 – Sept 11

Museum Opening Hours: Tues – Sat 11am-6pm, Sun 1-5pm

Just a reminder that this exhibition is available to see right up until Sept 11, the museum has regular opening hours. So feel free to drop by in your own time. Private tours can also be booked through the museum. All artwork is available for sale, with prints and notecards in the gift shop. Please feel free to reach out for further questions or details.

Interview with Good Day NWA / KNWA News –  https://www.nwahomepage.com/lifestyle/good-day-nwa/discover-life-and-identity-in-local-art-piece/