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love letters interpreted into artBridging creative writing with visual art, "Love Letters to Meem" is a group exhibition curated by Dima Mikhayel Matta. Up at Station Beirut in Jisr al-Wati, the show features 16 artists whose works are inspired by self-referential love letters written by members of the LGBTQ community (MEEM in Arabic). The founder of Cliffhangers, which stages monthly storytelling evenings in Beirut, Matta led the creative writing workshop from which these letters emerged.Every two days one item of clothing will be removed from the mannequin until the final day of the exhibition, when only one dress will remain.Following the exhibition, Cliffhangers will be putting on a night of storytelling, hosted by Station Beirut."Love Letters to Meem" closes at Station Beirut on May 10 . Closing night performances feature Leen al-Hashem, Alexandre Paulikevitch and Paed Conca.
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