Asiya Wadud’s ECHO EXHIBIT featured in the New York Times’ T Magazine

The poet Asiya Wadud stands by one of her pieces from “Echo Exhibit” (2020) in New York City’s Seaport district, co-presented by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC), the Seaport district and the Howard Hughes Corporation as part of River To River 2020: Four Voices.
Asiya Wadud stands by one of her pieces from “ECHO EXHIBIT” (2020) in New York City’s Seaport district. Photo by Ian Douglas.

Asiya Wadud's ECHO EXHIBIT and LMCC's River to River 2020: Four Voices was featured in The New York Times' T Magazine! In this piece, poet Asiya Wadud says about ECHO EXHIBIT, “Poems in public spaces create the potential to encounter something new and unexpected."

River To River 2020: Four Voices features works by Asiya Wadud, Jean Shin, Muna Malik, and Mona Chalabi. River To River, LMCC’s annual summer festival, was created in the aftermath of 9/11 with the intention to heal and celebrate New Yorkers’ resiliency through the power of art.

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