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LET'S GO FLY A KITE

January 09, 2018 Art | College of Arts and Humanities

Guggenheim recipient to use kites to connect children across the globe.

<p> By Sala Levin  ’10 | <a href="http://terp.umd.edu/lets-go-fly-a-kite/#.Wnh416inGUl">Terp Magazine</a></p><p> "In Mahwish Chishty’s native Pakistan, and across South Asia, kites are celebrated with festivals and are prized for their high-flying prowess. But in Pakistan, especially near the border with Afghanistan, kites can sometimes fly into danger: Living near a war zone has made the very act of going outside risky."</p><p> Read the complete article in <a href="http://terp.umd.edu/lets-go-fly-a-kite/#.Wnh416inGUl">Terp Magazine</a></p>