Collect a Free T-Shirt or Tote-Bag to Support the #WomenLifeFreedom Movement
This coming Saturday May 20th from 5:00 – 6:00 pm, we are hosting an event in solidarity with Iranian women and girls risking their lives to protest.
Dina Nasser-Khadivi, the founder of @postitforwardwlf, an educational project aimed at supporting and disseminating information about the groundbreaking women-led revolution, will be joining us at the gallery together with Iranian-Canadian countertenor Cameron Shahbazi, a rising star in the Opera world, to present and discuss this remarkable initiative.
Through the following website you can access more information about Woman Life Freedom: the first women-led revolution in history. As you explore the site, you’ll find a selection of vetted resources to help you better understand this intersectional movement.
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We invite you to join us in the gallery where you can talk with Dina Nasser-Khadivi and Cameron Shahbazi and collect a free t-shirt or tote-bag to support the cause.
Date: Saturday 20 May, 2023
Time: 5:00 – 6:00 PM
Location: Galerie Ron Mandos, Prinsengracht 282, Amsterdam
About Dina Nasser-Khadivi and Cameron Shahbazi
Since the protests began in Iran last September, many Iranians in the diaspora have been trying to raise awareness about Woman Life Freedom through their respective lines of work.
Curator and Art Consultant Dina Nasser-Khadivi has worked towards raising awareness via storytelling and through the non-profit initiative @Postitforwardwlf: an educational concept involving the distribution of T-Shirts and tote bags embedded with a QR which links to a site including podcasts, articles, relevant petitions and social media pages. This grassroots project, now present in six continents, aims at bridging cultures and supporting intersectionality while gradually shaping a global collective in the creative community.
Iranian-Canadian countertenor Cameron Shahbazi who is a rising star in the Opera world has been supporting and communicating the importance of this movement through his beautiful performances, interviews and social media pages. Last December, he presented a benefit concert in collaboration with Opera for Peace and Oper Frankfurt in support of human rights in Iran which also streamed online via IDAGIO and Deutsche Grammophon’s STAGE+