Refugee exhibits at Kingston Museum

Arabic calligraphyA calligraphy artist who fled the war in Syria and resettled in Kingston is staging an exhibition at Kingston Museum. 

Abdulrahman Murabieh is a former Syrian lawyer who has turned his hand to Arabic calligraphy with stunning results.

A selection of his work is currently on show in the main room at Kingston Museum in an exhibition that "showcases the positive impact that refugees can have on a community, and the unique perspective they offer". See this link for full article recently featured in the Surrey Comet.

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