Maryam Hina Hasnain | Artist Talk

Maryam Hina Hasnain | Artist Talk

  9 - 10 a.m.
   Zoom Event (Off Campus)
Maryam Hina Hasnain, Allan deSouza

An artist talk by Maryam Hina Hasnain, the UC Berkeley South Asia Artist Prize recipient for 2021.

Maryam Hina Hasnain was born and raised in Karachi, Pakistan. She moved to Kuala Lumpur and later to London to study Fine Art. She holds a BA Fine Art from Goldsmiths, University of London and an MA Distinction in Fine Art from Chelsea College, University of Arts London. Her practice is underpinned by an interest in trade, empire, migration, borders and citizenship. These themes are explored through a variety of mediums; paintings, soundscapes, installations and textile interventions. Her studio practice extends into the realm of research, curation and collaborative practice. She is an active, founding member of 2 artist collectives; Neulinge (est. 2019) & Forum Collective (est. 2020). She has previously shown with Artlicks Weekend, London Grads Now at the Saatchi Gallery, and most recently participated as an artist and co curated a project for Late at Tate Britain x Chelsea College titled "Constructing Landscapes/ Building Worlds''. She lives & works between London and Karachi.

DATE: Wednesday, April 21, 2021
TIME: 9am Berkeley | 4pm London | 9pm Lahore | 9:30pm New Delhi | Calculate Your Local Time


This event will also be live streamed on the SAAI and Institute FB pages - SAAIatUCBerkeley, and ISASatUCBerkeley - respectively.

The South Asia Art Initiative at the University of California, Berkeley promotes research-based conversations and collaborations around the arts of South Asia + its diasporas from the ancient period to the now. To read more about the Initiative and help support its various fundraising goals, please click HERE

Event made possible with the support of the Sarah Kailath Chair of India Studies

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The event is FREE and OPEN to the public.