Miami-based artist Huong stands in front of a 100-foot by 8-foot tall mural inspired by the plight of American Muslims. The work is interactive, allowing those who view it the chance to write their opinions, discuss the issues among themselves or their feelings about the painting. It will be located on Washington Avenue in Miami Beach, open to the public starting Jan. 10.
Miami-based artist Huong stands in front of a 100-foot by 8-foot tall mural inspired by the plight of American Muslims. The work is interactive, allowing those who view it the chance to write their opinions, discuss the issues among themselves or their feelings about the painting. It will be located on Washington Avenue in Miami Beach, open to the public starting Jan. 10. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com
Miami-based artist Huong stands in front of a 100-foot by 8-foot tall mural inspired by the plight of American Muslims. The work is interactive, allowing those who view it the chance to write their opinions, discuss the issues among themselves or their feelings about the painting. It will be located on Washington Avenue in Miami Beach, open to the public starting Jan. 10. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com

South Florida artist’s mural reflects attitudes toward Muslim Americans

January 07, 2016 05:40 PM

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