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Posted 02 August 2008 - 07:37 PM

Lapis Events (www.lapisevents.com) and Afghan Communicator (www.afghancommunicator.com) are hosting an Afghan Art Exhibit in the San Francisco Bay Area on Sunday, August 17th, 2008 in Palo Alto, California.

Interested Afghan artists are encouraged to submit photos of their art to be considered for the exhibition. Our goal is to discover hidden talents and showcase master Afghan artists. The Exhibition will be at the beautiful Pacific Art League Gallery (668 Ramona Street) located two blocks east of University Avenue between Hamilton Avenue and Forest Avenue. Gallery hours are from 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM.

We welcome a variety of artwork such as:

Paintings

Drawings

Photography

Crafts

Multimedia

Print

Sculpture


SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 6pm, July 29th, 2008


About Lapis Events

Lapis Events is a full-service event management and production company specializing in event booking, design, production and promotion of services. One of our main objectives is to put together dynamic and socially conscious events in order to promote awareness of issues affecting Afghanistan and the Afghan communities around the world. For more information, please visit www.lapisevents.com

About Afghan Communicator

Afghan Communicator (AC) is a US based non-profit, community based, grass-root organization working tirelessly since 2004 to build a foundation and support system for the arts of Afghanistan. Working with Afghan artists and art organizations, AC is attempting to build capacity, encourage the creation of independent art organizations and collectives, exchange expertise between Afghanistan and abroad, research and catalog Afghan artists and art, explore markets for Afghan art in Afghanistan and abroad, promote Afghan art through exhibitions, encourage dialogue between artists and craftsmen, create forums for artists to express their vision and needs, educate people inside and outside Afghanistan about Afghan art and thus help establish art as a respectable and profitable profession.


For more information, please contact us:

Nilufar Shuja
(510) 584-7573 (USA)
info@lapisevents.com

Rameen Javid
011.93.79.737.5859 (Afghanistan)
contact@afghancommunicator.com
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Posted 10 September 2009 - 11:42 PM

Khorasan had some rich history and culture but it's just unfortunate we have forgotten about it. Culture and history should be at least remembered if not maintained but aren't we Tajiks losing our heritage day by day? It makes me sad how many Tajiks here speak English with their kids and don't even regret their kids are unable to speak Persian.
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Posted 25 December 2009 - 08:22 PM

View PostMadina, on 10 September 2009 - 11:42 PM, said:

Khorasan had some rich history and culture but it's just unfortunate we have forgotten about it. Culture and history should be at least remembered if not maintained but aren't we Tajiks losing our heritage day by day? It makes me sad how many Tajiks here speak English with their kids and don't even regret their kids are unable to speak Persian.


Dearest Madina Jan,

as long the new Tajik generation take care and are interested on their heritage, our roots can not be forgotten. Look, the Europeans, specially France, has a very strong interests on Central Asia´s countries and their history. Day by day they pay and support archeologists from France and Europe but also Afghanistanis to discover Tajiks, Hazars and Uzbeks not yet forgotten heritage.
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