Literature, Art

Zat Lun: Home, Belonging and Identity

When: Thu., April 26, 6:30-8:30 p.m. 2018

Surel's Place artist-in-residence Thirii Myo Kyaw Myint's Zat Lun family history project aims to explore questions of home, belonging and identity through an engagement with place, language and memory. A Burmese word which roughly translates to "narrative" or "chronicle," "zat lun" is a record, an account, or a testimony consisting of observations, memories and gossip, which have the potential to become legend and myth. This is also closing night for the group show In Order To Tell, featuring art, writing and artifacts from locals inspired by family history.

Price: FREE

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