The Sikh Project, in collaboration with the talented British photographers Amit and Naroop, captures the beauty of the Sikh faith and the depth of the Sikh American experience. The exhibition will be on display at the Sandy Spring Museum from February 14-March 24, 2018.
The exhibit, which launched to critical acclaim in 2016, includes 38 portraits of turbaned men and women that embody the diversity of the Sikh community and recognize the challenges and triumphs of what it means to be Sikh in the United States.
WHEN: February 14-March 24, 2018. The exhibition will be open Wednesdays through Saturdays from 10am – 5pm.
WHERE: Sandy Spring Museum: 17901 Bentley Rd, Sandy Spring, MD 20860. Admission is free for the general public on Wednesdays, excluding groups. On other days, admission is $3-$5 per person. Parking is free and on-site. Facility is accessible to people of all physical abilities.
WHAT: Sikh art exhibition that is open to the general public! If you, your school, or your gurdwara would like to schedule a group tour of the exhibition, please email email@example.com.
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