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Above: detail from Girl Wearing White Shoes by Salah Elmur, 2017

WEP Guided Tour of Forests and Spirits – Figurative Art from the Khartoum School 24th November, 2018  at the Saatchi Gallery in London  

Come and share with friends and supporters of Women’s Education Partnership in this stunning exhibition of major Sudanese artists 

Details of the event below



Family Day Out at Sunut Forest, Salah Elmur, 2016

Learn more about Kamala Ibrahim Ishaaq in this short video

I will covering this wonderful exhibition in detail a little later this month in my next post so stay posted!

One comment on “Women’s Education Partnership Special Event

  1. Keith Hill says:

    Looking forward to this


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