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Art Alert: Graphic design students show projects at American University in Cairo

The exhibition showcases the senior projects of the graphic design programme

Ahram Online , Monday 3 Dec 2018
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Zoom in keda! exhibition at Cairo's Sharjah Gallery showcases senior design students' work
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The American University in Cairo's Sharjah Gallery will host an exhibition titled Zoom in Keda! showcasing the work of the graphic design programme’s senior students.

The projects include branding, way-finding systems, social awareness campaigns, fashion product designs, and technology and site specific designs.

It is curated by artist Haytham Nawar, the graphic design programme director at AUC, and founder of Cairotronica digital art festival.

"As with the previous three exhibitions, the title builds on graphic design in Egyptian vernacular culture. Many of their projects highlight solutions for social and educational problems," Nawar commented on the exhibition.

The exhibition opens on 2 December at 5pm and will run until 20 December
Open daily from 9am to 5pm
Sharjah Art Gallery, AUC New Campus, Road 90, New Cairo

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