Project supported by The British Council in collaboration with Jewellery and Silversmithing department at The CASS School of Design and the Design Studio Azza Fahmy.
Date: 12 February 2015
The exhibition features "work in progress" by J&S Cass students: Roxanne
Reynolds, Julia Trandafir, Saskia vander Knoll and DSAF students: Amira Ayad, Adam Youssry, May Wahdan.
Tandemize is an onsite and online creative and cultural exchange and exhibition program spaced over six months running November 2014 – May 2015.
Led by The Cass senior lecturer Mah Rana and DSAF artistic director Estela Saez.
Project team: Heidi Yeo, Ulrich Reithofer and Myriam Makhoul
|Dates||8 -11 of February 2015|
|Venue||British Council in Cairo|
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