Huna al Quds exhibit opens at Museum of the Palestinian People
A new exhibition opens at Museum of the Palestinian People this weekend! Join us to welcome “Huna Al Quds: Palestinian art and culture in Jerusalem during the early 20th century”—a time when Jerusalem was old city/new city, not East and West.
We look forward to welcoming visitors on Friday for a curatorial tour of the exhibition with curator Rula Dughman, open house, and a reception with light refreshments donated by Falafel, Inc.
Be the first to experience “Huna Al Quds” on opening night, September 29Be the first to experience “Huna Al Quds” on opening night, September 29
This exhibition presents an overview of cultural and artistic life in Jerusalem during the British mandate. “Huna Al Quds” invites visitors a captivating journey through art and emotions to understand and explore the rich heritage and life of Jerusalemites and Jerusalem before Al-Nakba in 1948 through a diverse collection of paintings, photos, and more.
Curator Rula Dughman will also lead a curatorial tour of “Huna Al Quds” on Saturday, September 30 at 1 p.m. Rula joins us this weekend from Palestine, so don’t miss the opportunity to experience this exhibition from the curator’s point of view!
The Museum of the Palestinian People is located at 1900 18th St NW, Washington DC.
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