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This fantastic piece of work is hanging on the Neurophysiology ground floor corridor in the new Manchester Royal Infirmary on Oxford Road in Manchester.The work is part of a larger exhibition which represents four cultural groups, Islamic, African, Chinese and Caucasian and was the result of an Arts Council funded project enabling Lime Arts’ writer in residence Chanje Kunda to work with four visual artists. Together they interpreted words produced in workshops with hospital staff into this amazing visual art exhibition.Response from the hospital population and numerous visitors from around the UK and abroad has been very positive indeed. The work is stunning and the concept of bringing people and cultures together in this way is a good model for other similar hospital based artwork.

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TheWorldIsButAMomentJune 2011

Sofia Maskin was hosted by The Love and Etiquette Foundation for a creative workshop on glass painting at Blessed Trinity RC College, Burnley. The artist taught over 50 students during the day how to apply colour, pattern and a steady hand on glass. The students demonstrated both discipline and attention to detail.

Looking forward to the next one in 2012.

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TheWorldIsButAMomentArabic Calligraphy - Liverpool City of Culture

The Foundation hosted Zafran Iqbal who ran a full day in coordination with Walker Art Gallery who ran other similar culture based events and workshops.The day comprised of basic lessons in writing letters and words in the style of 'naskh' ad 'rukah'.

The workshop comprised of numerous visitors to the gallery from the Liverpool community who found the activities enjoyable and interactive.

All participants completed a word of 'peace' 'salaam' in Arabic.

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