FORTHCOMING EXHIBITION

Return to Kurdistan

Richard Wilding

Upper Waiting Hall, Houses of Parliament
23rd – 26th October 2017


Organised by Gulan and the All-Party Parliamentary Group on the Kurdistan Region in Iraq

Return to Kurdistan shows Iraqi Kurdistan and Northern Iraq in photographs by Gulan’s Creative Director Richard Wilding alongside historical photographs by Anthony Kersting. 

Exhibitions in the Upper Waiting Hall are for the information of members of both Houses of Parliament. Members of the public visiting a scheduled event in one of the Committee Rooms during this time will also have an opportunity to see the exhibition as they pass through.

We are arranging a number of exhibition tours on Monday 23th, Tuesday 24th and Wednesday 25th October. If you would like to attend one of these please let us know as soon as possible by replying to sarah@gulan.org.uk quoting ‘Houses of Parliament exhibition’.

Gulan: Promoting Kurdish Culture

Gulan promotes what is best in the culture of the Kurdish people. Its objective is to help sustain the sense of Kurdish identity and to preserve the heritage of Kurdistan for the benefit of people of all cultures and identities. It respects all people, cultures and faiths.

In addition to organising Kurdish cultural events, Gulan is researching and documenting the traditional textiles, costume and jewellery of the Kurdish people. It provides information about the Kurds and Kurdistan and is building a photographic archive.

Gulan is a UK registered charity formed in 2008. It has no political or religious agenda, and does not accept funds from sources which wish to advance a particular political or religious aim through their gift.

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