This exhibition could not have occurred without the help and support of many people.  We would like to thank Lenore Weseley; Jennifer-June Strawn and the staff at Blum & Poe, Los Angeles; Kim Fox, Professor of Practice in the AUC Department of Journalism and Mass Communication; Stephen Urgola, AUC University Archivist; our expert Project Manager, Heba Farid; Alaa-Eldin Adris, AUC Associate Provost for Research, Innovation and Creativity; Kevin Krapf at the U.S. Embassy in Egypt; Tarek Atia, Managing Director of the Tahrir Cultural Center (TCC); Haytham Nawar, Chair, AUC Department of the Arts; Zeinab Taha, Interim Dean of the AUC School of Humanities and Social Sciences; Francis J. Ricciardone, President of AUC; Ehab Abdel-Rahman, AUC Provost; Rehane Sarhan, Rita Ebeid, and Samia Wissa at the AUC Office of Sponsored Programs; Mary Shoukry at AUC Faculty Support Internal Grants and Awards; Mona Wagdy and Ahmed Badawy of AUC Business Support Services; Megan Cowan at Dietl International Services; Lyne Roulin at Logitrans-Egypt; our talented graphic designer, Maya Tadros; Mai Rashdan and Alia El-Mohandes in the AUC Department of the Arts; Mohamed Abu Bakr and Mohamed Abdel Rahim in the AUC Rare Books Library; Saeed Kabeel at the TCC; Janet Hicks at the Artists Rights Society; Alex and Cooper Colescott; Jordan Schnitzer; Laurie LaBathe of the Arlene and Harold Schnitzer Collection; Andreas Kostopolous at the American Research Center in Egypt; Anne Crouchley at the Portland Art Museum; Judy Thompson at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria; Jessica Evans Brady at the Harvard University Fine Arts Library; Amanda Focke at the Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University; Adam Reich; Bassel Hanna; and former AUC President Thomas A. Bartlett.

The exhibition was made possible by a U.S. Embassy in Egypt Cultural Diplomacy Grant, an AUC Faculty Research Grant, and a TCC Seed Grant.  We are most grateful to these entities for their enthusiasm and generosity in support of this project.

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