Travel Writer Talks About Her Journey Through India at Artists Archives of the Western Reserve

Sat 2/16 @ 1-3PM

Lyndhurst-based travel (and art) writer Irene Shaland has been around the word, as travel writers tend to do, especially since her husband Alex is a travel photographer. And she’s written many books about her travels.

Among other places, she’s journeyed across the Indian subcontinent, exploring its history, culture, arts and architecture in places such as Deli, Varanasi, Khajuraho, Agra, Fatehpur Sikri, Jaipur, Udaipur, Aurangabad, Ellora and Ajanta caves, Cochin and Mumbai, learning about herself as well.

These travels will be the topic of her program, “The Art of Travel: India as a Personal Journey” at the Artists Archives of the Western Reserve. Her 45-minute talk with be followed by a Q&A and at 2pm there will be a buffet-style tasting of Indian food by Taste of Kerala in the main gallery.

The presentation is free; the tasting is $10. Make an advance registration for the tasting at the Artists Archives website. None is needed for the program.


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