2019 Storytellers’ Institute Visiting Fellow
Luma Jasim has been selected as a 2019 Storytellers’ Institute Visiting Fellow!
Nostalgia to Baghdad: Between Dark & Bright Memories
So excited about this performance/stop-motion animation project, I worked long hours in the last couple of years on many details and still working to finalize it by November 6th the last day of my residency at Surel's Place. It is my first time calibrating with my composer friend Sugar Vendil; we met last summer at Yaddo Residency in upstate NY. I am also happy that this project is taking place in Boise, ID, the first place me and my family moved to as refugees ten years ago.
Nostalgia To Baghdad
As an Artist in Residence @ Surel's Place for the month of October, Luma Jasim will have:
- Open Studio on October 13th @ Surel's Place, 10:00am - 6:00pm
- Final Event 'Nostalgia To Baghdad' a performance on November 6th
@ Visual Arts Collective
Doors open @ 6:30pm
Performance starts @ 7:00pm
Passion For Freedom London Arts Festival
‘FROZEN ROOTS’, a mixed media, has been shortlisted for the 10th Passion for Freedom London Art Festival 2018.
photo credit Gosia Janik
MC Gallery, New York, NY
June 22nd, 2018
Joining Yaddo Residency during Summer, 2018!
A month residency at Surel's Place during the Fall season of 2018!
MASS MoCA residency
Luma Jasim has been selected to join MASS MoCA residency in Winter 2017.
2017 AAF/Seebacher Prize
Luma Jasim, has been awarded the prestigious 2017 AAF/Seebacher Prize for Fine Arts from the The American Austrian Foundation. She was chosen alongside only three other awardees from a large, international pool of applicants.
As a winner of the AAF/Seebacher Fine Arts Prize, Jasim will attend architect, writer and artist Tony Chakar’s course, “On Seeking Incuriously” from July 31 – August 12, 2017 in Salzburg, Austria. Congratulations to our new graduate on this honor and fantastic experience!
Viewpoints: Migration, Displacement & Mobility
Join us for FREE FOOD & WINE to celebrate The New School Student Exhibition Opening of 'Viewpoints: Migration, Displacement and Mobility'. Students from all departments have come together to showcase their work on related themes.
6:00 - 8:30 pm
@ The New School Social Justice Hub 5th Floor at 63 5th Ave, New York, NY 10003
Migration, Mobility & Displacement as concepts are being challenged and redefined as this ever fluid global landscape of migration and movement is happening at a magnitude and in ways the world has never seen before. In the spirit of bridging perspectives, approaches, mediums and expertise across The New School (TNS), we present this multi-disciplinary exhibition of graduate work exploring the theme of migration, mobility and displacement.
With TNS being rooted in political, social and cultural engagement and inclusivity, as students we recognize that through our different lenses of practice we are all essentially participating in and contributing to the same greater conversation. Through this exhibition we hope to connect any discourse divide between political science, design and technology, anthropology, urban ecology and other disciplines to present a coherent yet diverse reflection on the area of migration, mobility and displacement.
Our co-sponsors include: The Graduate Program in International Affairs, The Zolberg Center for Migration and Mobility, The Social Justice Committee, The Vera List Center for Art and Politics and Student Health Services.
POLITICS & LIES
"No one has ever doubted that truth and politics are on rather bad terms with each other, and no one, as far as I know, has ever counted truthfulness among the political virtues. Lies have always been regarded as necessary and justifiable tools."
In response to the political scene we are facing these days I organized this exhibition which gonna create a dialogue between MFA Artist work and MFA writers. There will be performances through out the evening!
Artists: Manar Abdelmaboud, Kevin Quiles Bonilla, Gal Cohen, Sareh Imani, Robert Panichpakdee, Alex Salerno, Andrés Martínez, Zacry Spears, Layo Bright, Marija Markovic, Katie Chambers, and Luma Jasim.
Writers: Ajay Arora, Keri Smith, Wynne Kontos, Hillary Ferguson, Stacie Leone Bornsten.
The Artist's Role in Society
Very pleased to be invited to be part of a panel in ATOA: Artists Talk on Art in the National Arts Club
The panel will be moderated by Ronald Feldman, director of Ronald Feldman Gallery.
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts was founded in November 1971. Since its founding, gallery artists have participated in more than 2,000 national and international exhibitions. The gallery exhibits contemporary painting, sculpture, installations, drawings, prints and hosts performances.
Other panelists are Mari Biro the curator and director of The Sunset House of Art, Young Hoo Lee and Marcia Annenberg.
Please feel free to join us hoping to share a great evening together!
"Sister Outsider" A new group exhibition is up for two weeks, check it out if you are around!
25 E 13th St, Fl 5th, New York, NY 10003
PARSONS Fine Arts Open Studios
October 29th 2015
25 13th st. New York, NY
Come and check out the MFA Fine Art student's new artwork on their studios!
Looking forward for seeing you!
Solo Exhibition Opening Reception
Track 13 Gallery
13 12th Ave. S., Nampa, ID
Friday, June 12, 2015
Painting in the World, Northern Arizona University Art Museum
The painting entitled "Violence," has been chosen for the Painting in the World: Reflections on Politics, Violence, and Reconciliation at the Northern Arizona University Art Museum!!!
dates of exhibit: September 16 – November 22, 2014
Northern Arizona University
NAU Art Museum
Art Source Gallery's 2014 Juried Show
Check out my newest painting “War's Sorrow“ for the Twelfth Annual Juried Exhibition!
Juried by Laurel-Lake McGuire
Thursday, July 3, 2014
Opening Reception 5-9pm
Awards announced at 6:30 p.m
Art Source Gallery
1015 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83702
BOISE DOWNTOWN AND FRINGE
Treasure Valley Artists' Alliance
Foray III Exhibition
December 13, 2013 through February 20, 2014
December 13, 2013 - Opening Reception, from 5:00 to 8:00 pm
Boise State Public Radio (BSPR)
220 E. Parkcenter, Boise