Ali Omar Ermes

Country of origin Libya
University Central Scool of Art
Course 1991
Grant issued Exhibition
Area of interest Art Exhibition at Ashmolean Museum, Oxford University

Profile

Ali Omar Ermes is an artist, writer and community activist. Having spent a period in Libya during which he wrote constantly and published in Arabic he continues to write on various issues in both Arabic and English, but today his primary focus is on conference papers. In his art, articles, ideas and speeches, he addresses a variety of social and cultural issues, including identity, language, education, art, media and community.

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Barakat 30th Anniversary

date: Thurs 5 Oct 2017

Since 1987 The Barakat Trust, with the help of its supporters, has raised and distributed funds for ......  More »
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Student, Academic, Corporate mentoring and networking event

date: Tues 24 Oct 2017

Barakat will be hosting a unique mentoring event to foster networking with a view to student and pro......  More »
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Matisse in Studio and his Islamic collections

date: Fri 22nd Sept 2017

Matisse in StudioStep into the studio of Henri Matisse, brimming with the artist’s treasured objects......  More »
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Kidspreneur Fair

date: July 8th & Sept 17th 2017

Let the kids release their bursting creativity, entrepreneurial spirit and donate to charity! We wil......  More »