NewsArts & Culture / April 14, 2020

Anila Agha Talks About Adjusting To New Normals In Life And Art

Anila Agha Talks About Adjusting To New Normals In Life And ArtAssociate Professor of Drawing at Herron School of Art and Design Anila Agha is also an internationally acclaimed visual artist and currently has work in a show in Taiwan. Shes not sure how long it will be there, because travel restrictions wont allow the gallery owner to ship it back.Herron School of Art and Design, Anila Agha, coronavirus, COVID-192020-04-14T00:00:00-04:00
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Anila Agha Talks About Adjusting To New Normals In Life And Art

Associate Professor of Drawing at Herron School of Art and Design Anila Agha is also an internationally acclaimed visual artist.

The COVID 19 pandemic forces us to find new ways to work and connect with our communities. Associate Professor of Drawing at Herron School of Art and Design Anila Agha is also an internationally acclaimed visual artist and currently has work in a show in Taiwan. She’s not sure how long it will be there, because travel restrictions won’t allow the gallery owner to ship it back.

From WFYI's Arts and Culture Desk, Jill Ditmire spoke by phone with Agha about adjusting to the new normal in life and art.

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