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From the Rubble

in Issues, Reports
on Oct 23, 2012

I arrived in Kabul in late May of 2011 with seven weeks to realize two objectives—shoot a new video in the ruined Darul Aman Palace on the outskirts of the city and teach a one-month video workshop at the Center for Contemporary Art Afghanistan (CCAA). The CCAA is a small nonprofit, based in a dusty-pink villa on a side street in Kartechar, that offers classes for female students in cooperation with the Fine Arts Faculty of Kabul University. CCAA students typically spend their mornings at the university and their afternoons at the center. Like other such arrangements in operation around […]

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