Aisha Deemas, curator of Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilisation, pointed out that visitors can learn about the realities of Muslim lives in Europe through Krausen
Sheikh Khalid Bin Saqr Bin Hamad Al Qassimi, Chairman of the Public Works Department, inaugurated a Photography Exhibition by Ahmed Krausen, a Danish Muslim photographer, at Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization, and toured the exhibition accompanied by senior representatives from Sharjah Museums Department (SMD) and government officials.
The images captured by Ahmed Krausen provide us with glimpses of the lives of Muslim communities in Europe and their compelling personal life stories.
Ahmed Krausen's encounter with photography started in 1977, when he bought his first reflex camera, a Russian Zenit.
In 1978, Ahmed Krausen left Germany for Denmark, and he has been living in Copenhagen ever since.
Ahmed Krausen is excited about the opportunity to show his work in Sharjah.
In her combined role as Gower/Diana/Thaisa, Park Krausen
was as much the star of the show as its title character.
Dirden (Othello), Kate Donadio (Emelia, Duke of Venice, Bianca), Chris Kayser (Brabantio, Montano, Clown, Lodovico), Joe Knezevich (Cassio), Park Krausen (Desdemona), John G.
The real Othello choked over the retelling as the actual Desdemona, beautifully played by the lovely Park Krausen, stood listening, her back to the audience, speaking her own "'twas strange, 'twas passing strange" lines within Othello's recitation but not truly participating until she was called for by the Duke.
With Saxon Palmer (Coriolanus), Rosemary Prinz (Volumnia), Park Krausen
(Virgilia), Alex Miller (Young Martius), Crystal Dickinson (Valeria), Allan Edwards (Menenius), Allen O'Reilly (Senator), Jason Loughlin (Titus Lartius), Brad Sherrill (Cominius), Carolyn Cook (Sicinia), Rob Cleveland (Brutus), Chris Kayser (Aufidius), and others.