Tucker Clarke-Williams Creative has designed Reflections, a brochure that showcases artwork produced through Manchester charity Shisha’s residency programme. Shisha – which translates as glass or mirror in Hindi and Urdu – supports craftspeople and visual artists of South Asian descent with a schedule of exhibitions, residencies, commissions and partnership projects. Reflections features work by four artists who originally came from Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, and the publication is available at Manchester contemporary visual arts and film centre Cornerhouse.
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