Jad Dahshan


"Betiyaan" Captures South Asian-American Identity in Snapshots

Fatima Khan and Shreya Sood set up a photography exhibit in Sanctuary Cafe to open dialogue about the complexity of the Desi identity post-immigration.


May 14, 2018

Charting "Soundscapes of Color" With Michal Dzitko

A dreamy exhibit space, Dzitko's original compositions, and musical winks at artists from Franz Lizst to Kanye West


May 3, 2018

DOVA Artists Exhibit a Multimedia Experience

Pieces were being installed just an hour before the show. The result was stunning.


April 5, 2018

Artists Discuss Role in Society in Logan Talk

Brooklyn-based painter Mike Cloud spoke with fellow artist Oscar Murillo at a reception for his exhibition, 'The Myth of Education", currently on view at the Logan Center Gallery.


March 5, 2018

Le Vorris & Vox Razzles and Dazzles at Cirque du Burlesque

Le Vorris and Vox reworked a traditional show with contemporary, even racy, elements.


March 1, 2018

"Eurydice" Plays Viewers' Heartstrings

UT performed "Eurydice", Sarah Ruhl's play based on the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, in a retelling that captures the story's tragedy through unique metaphor and deep characters.


February 26, 2018

Alia Ali Disturbs the Political Fabric of Borders With Art

The Yemeni-Bosnian-American artist takes apart the inseams of cultural boundaries in a talk hosted by the Arab Student Association.


February 22, 2018

Embodying and Rebodying With Young Joon Kwak

The L.A.-based multidisciplinary artist came to Logan Center to discuss her body of work.


February 19, 2018

Iranian-American Author Stretches The Limits of Whiteness

“Caught in the chasm between formal ethno-racial invisibility and informal hypervisibility, Iranian Americans work, love, and live through a core social paradox.”


February 12, 2018

Transitioning Publics: Gender/Genre-Bending with Chase Joynt

Multimedia artist Chase Joynt explores gender and trans representation in his work.


February 8, 2018