#Seemymosque exhibition to open at Harris Flights

Posted on - 28th August, 2013 - 10:15am | Author - | Posted in - Arts, Photos, Preston City Centre, Things to Do in and around Preston
Preston's mosque photographed by Tony Worrall

Preston’s mosque photographed by Tony Worrall

An exhibition of photos of mosques from around the world will be on display at the Harris Flights.


The #Seemymosque project has seen thousands of photos sent in from around the globe showcasing mosques from Preston and beyond.

Mohammed Seedat who is putting on the exhibition said: “Preston to places is a group of volunteers that document the life of different communities from around the world. We want to educate people on the different communities and the diversity of Preston using Imagery, video and research. We are trying to link communities together from Preston to Places.”

The photos will be on the Flights, which are the temporary steps linking the Flag Market to the Harris Museum and Art Gallery on Saturday 31 August.

#Seemymosque project invites people to send images of their local mosques in through Instagram or by email.

It also has a website dedicated to the pictures.

Preston to Places also has a website showing the trips taken to Palestine, Beijing and the Syrian Refugee Camps.

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