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Lost: an evening with Issam Kourbaj and Ruth Padel

When May 17, 2017
from 06:30 PM to 08:00 PM
Where Cast Gallery, Museum of Classical Archaeology
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Contact Phone 01223 330402
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Uncover the stories behind our exhibition, Lost, and explore the works after-hours with a glass of wine. As part of Museums at Night, poet, classicist and Hellenophile Ruth Padel joins Syrian artist Issam Kourbaj to present Lost.

Padel will read a new poem, "Lesbos 2015", influenced by her meetings on the island of Lesbos both with the inhabitants and with some of the thousands of Syrians who have fled there.

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