Artist Ahmed Alsoudani was born in Baghdad, Iraq in 1975—eventually arriving in the United States after living as a refugee in Syria. Come join the conversation with Docent Pamela Stewart, and discover more about his brightly-colored works that draw the viewer in, yet offer puzzling, even uncomfortable, contrasts that can reflect tensions in today’s world, and artists’ own lives.
Free for Members, past and present members of the Military, and youth ages 17 and under.
Included with General Admission.
Image: Ahmed Alsoudani, Untitled, 2013. Acrylic and charcoal on canvas. Museum purchase with funds provided by The Marshall Bequest, Adam and Iris Singer, Mike and Lee Cohn, Joan Cremin, Lucia and Bruce Covi... (View more)