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Mary E. Johnson Lecture
Anila Quayyum Agha - Narratives of Belonging 

"Perceived dualities and opposites, including those around gender, animate Anila Quayyum Agha’s light installations, drawings and paintings." (Ted Loos for the NY Times, 2022).

Anila Quayyum Agha is a Pakistani–American cross-disciplinary artist who explores social and gender roles, global politics, cultural multiplicity, and mass media through drawing, painting, and large-scale installations. Agha is internationally recognized for her award-winning large-scale installations that use light, shadow and pattern to create inclusive, immersive & shared experiences.

Co-sponsored by  the departments of Art Studio, Film, Media & Theater, Philosophy & Religion, the McCulloch Center and the Mount Holyoke Art Museum.

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  • Adeline Mueller
  • Angel Fox
  • Irena Li

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