Embracing the traditions, cultures, and diversity of our world
Central to our mission at the Moss Arts Center is providing arts experiences that celebrate and reflect our diverse world. Engagement with the arts is a catalyst for breaking down stereotypes and creating healthier relationships between those with different cultural backgrounds. Our project, SALAAM: Exploring Muslim Cultures, is engaging area communities with many aspects of Muslim cultures through an exploration of stories, images, sounds, and perspectives.
A group of Virginia Tech students have been working with three of our visiting artists—Omar Offendum, Karim Nagi, and Saba Taj—to develop a special work that celebrates their voices and creativity, which will be showcased in a free performance on the stage of the Anne and Ellen Fife Theatre on Saturday, March 17, at 8:00 p.m.
We can continue to bring the world to Blacksburg with your help!
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