Imagining Ourselves – War and Dialogue

Imagining Ourselves  (IO) is a global online exhibit featuring art, photographs, essays and film by young women in their 20s and 30s asking them the question “what defines your generation of women?” The IO project is being organized by the International Museum of Women.

IO have a two month module coming up in November-December 2006 on War and Dialogue. They wish to focus on regions of political instability all over the world and especially want to focus on the Kashmir Issue-from both sides of the border. IO also wants to as talk about larger issues of the stereotypes that we have of each other: Indians and Pakistanis, Hindus and Muslims etc. In this effort, they are trying to reach out to young people from both India and Pakistan (and in the Diaspora) to amplify their voices, talk about issues they face from different perspectives.

To date, they haven’t had much success reaching out to the Pakistani community and I wish to draw the attention of young Pakistanis to spread the word or recommend people that IO could get in touch with

Please contact info@imow.org or better Sadaf Siddique
c/o Imagining Ourselves at sadaf@imow.org.

Published in: on August 28, 2006 at 2:35 pm  Comments (6)  

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  1. Hi,
    Thanxs for your kind comments. I have visited your blog & i felt like i am visiting to a royal blog. I mean colors & font style.
    You are most welcome sir. But i must mention that these pictures are taken by other photographers. So better to mention their name.
    Be in touch🙂

    Pakpics

  2. am forwarding this to a few writers that maybe interested

  3. Jugnoo,

    Why is it that people are always concerned about minor things like pictures and not mentioning their names and while doing so deprive themselves of apprecaiting the larger picture itself. as long as the content is meaningful and as you mentioned the blog is visually appeasing as well, why go into minutiae of pictures and their rightful owners. after all this blog seems to be non-commercial!

  4. Thank you so much for posting this on your blog.

    Sadaf

  5. Sadaf, you are most welcome. In fact Temporal from baithak.blogspot.com has assured of spreading the word. We will try and get some interesting projects from Pakistan. cheers, RR

  6. Hi,

    This site is very nice! You people done good job!

    Best Regards,
    Nitin Patel


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