Sunday Tribune Published on Interview with Emma Roper-Evans
22/03/2014 Reinische Post, Germany. Article on ArToll Kunstlabor residency
04/01/2014 – 09/02/2014 Hermes Trismegistus and Psyche, and “Caught in the Mundane”
10/26/2013 Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, Sidgwick Site, Sidgwick Avenue, Cambridge, CB3 9DA
“Why is a poem written over 1,000 years ago still not only popular but also up to date, speaking to the modern Iranian audience about issues and ideas that are still important?
Professor Charles Melville and Dr Firuza Abdullaeva’s talk reveals how medieval Persian poetry was illustrated by miniature paintings over the centuries and its themes and images are still adapted and transformed by contemporary artists across the spectrum of theatre, film, ballet and the visual arts.
In the last section of the programme, contemporary artists, Golnar Malek, Sama Soltani and Veronica Shimanovskaya, will show a small selection of their works and discuss how they were inspired by the stories from the Shahnama and previous tradition of illustration.”
February 02, 2012
“Leaving home For 10 weeks, local artists Georgia Kennedy, Nicole Maloof, and Veronica Shimanovskaya swapped their home studios for space at Gallery 263 to create large-scale pieces for the Artists in Residency exhibit. ”
– June Wulff, Boston Globe (02 February 2012) “What to Do List.”