Beautifully Wrapped Returns to Albion!

Posted on Oct 6, 2018

Zarinah El-Amin Naeem, founder of Beautifully WrappedSpecial Speaker Event!
Saturday, November 3 at 2:00pm
Naomi Lane Room, Albion District Library

No registration required!  Open to all!

Help us welcome Zarinah El-Amin Naeem of Beautifully Wrapped back to Albion! She and the Beautifully Wrapped team will give a wonderful one-of-a-kind experience for those who want to learn more about headwrapping and it’s unique intersection of fashion, tradition, and culture.

Zarinah engages audiences with her unique creativity, inspiring personal story, and infectious passion for culture and it’s intersection with fashion and spirituality.
With her background in anthropology and facilitation, she’s also perfected the art of tackling heavy subjects like cultural appropriation and bias in an art presentation that leaves people hungry to share and connect.  Zarinah’s talks and workshops are a fun way to both spark conversations around fashion and faith, as well as just wind-down and have some fun trying something new!

Zarinah El-Amin Naeem has a Master’s Degree in anthropology and is the founder of Beautifully Wrapped, an international, interfaith organization that brings together people of all cultures and ethnicities to showcase the art form of headwrapping as a way to promote beauty, spiritual identity, and holistic health and healing. They endeavor to inspire, enlighten, and empower women of all walks of life through education, publications, media, and fashion.


Photography Exhibit: October 15 through November 3
Lobby and Adult Room Display Spaces

Whether worn as a religious, cultural, or fashion statement, headwrapping is an art practiced globally by men and women.  This national traveling photography exhibition celebrates the global art of headwrapping as a way to explore the intersection of faith, fashion and culture through art and asks essential questions about culture, society and the inner lives of individuals.

The BEAUTIFULLY WRAPPED traveling exhibition an eye-opening and engaging opportunity to delve deeper into the intersection between fashion, faith and tradition.


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