Virtual Art Salon with Zakriya Rabani
April 10, 2020
Our Virtual Art Salon will be held online using the video conferencing platform Zoom.
If you pre-register with Zoom, you will receive an email with a link to watch the webinar.
The Virtual Art Salon welcomes all artists, art students, educators, and enthusiasts. This week, Anderson Ranch artistic staff Zakriya Rabani will present his work and also talk about the summer workshop offerings in their department. We invite you to join us!
Please contact Leah Aegerter at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Zakriya Rabani is a first generation human. Given a different last name than both of his parents he has grown as a Southwest Floridian with a misunderstanding of who he is. He has exhibited nationwide in galleries, museums, competitions and public art spaces, Rabani has public work installed at Tattnall Square Park, Macon, Ga for their “Art in The Park Exhibition” and he has been a resident at the Franconia Sculpture Park in Shafer, MN. He was a finalist for the 2019 Foundwork Artist Prize and is a 2019 ArtFields Best Installation/Performance Winner.
By the age of 24, Zakriya Rabani achieved national rankings in both the sports of Tennis and Beach Volleyball, MFA from the University of South Florida and a BFA from the University of Florida. Founder of two separate collegiate beach volleyball organizations, Rabani has extreme amounts of passion, mysteries from his Middle Eastern heritage and has a love for sharing information and experiences through storytelling and teaching.