Posts Tagged “art”

Palestinian Museum opens in New Haven

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Palestinian Museum opens in New Haven

First Palestinian museum in US to open in Connecticut Wafa News Agency — NEW HAVEN, March 25, 2018 (WAFA) – For the first time ever, a museum displaying the history, art and culture of the Palestinian people is expected to open within a few days in Woodbridge, an outskirt of New Haven in Connecticut, being…

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Reviving the Culture of Hamra Street in Lebanon

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Reviving the Culture of Hamra Street in Lebanon

Reclaiming the culture of Lebanon with culture and art: reviving Hamra Street with graffiti.  By: Kerning Cultures Yazan Halwani is a street artist, still in his early 20s. Over the past year, I’ve met with Yazan a few times, following his work closely and always, with great admiration. When I finally got to sit down with him…

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Behind the scenes: Middle East poetry

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Behind the scenes: Middle East poetry

The behind-the-scenes when 3 musicians and a poet in the Middle East come together for the first time. By: Kerning Cultures This episode we take you behind the scenes to capture raw human talent: the intimate brainstorming, trials, and experimentation of 3 musicians and a poet in the Middle East preparing for a spoken word…

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Technology will theme Art Forums in Kuwait and Dubai

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Technology will theme Art Forums in Kuwait and Dubai

Art Dubai announces Global Art Forum 2015 2015 Global Art Forum takes on the theme of technologies, and their impact on the world of art, culture and beyond. 50 local and international contributors participate in the ninth edition, codirected by Turi Munthe and Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi, with Shumon Basar as Director-at-Large The Global Art Forum begins, for…

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Press Release: Photo Exhibit depicts everyday lives of women and children in post-war Lebanon

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Press Release: Photo Exhibit depicts everyday lives of women and children in post-war Lebanon

Press Release: Photo Exhibit depicts everyday lives of women and children in post-war Lebanon Lebanese photographer Rania Matar to work with local middle-school photography students May 6 and visit Dearborn May 10 Dearborn, Mich. (April 14, 2014) – “No one will forget the women and children … the ordinary lives in times that are cursed…

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Detroit writers and activists host New York Journalist Samar Nader

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Detroit writers and activists host New York Journalist Samar Nader

Detroit writers and activists host New York Journalist Samar Nader By Nafeh AbuNab The Detroit “Breakfast Club” (Khillan Al Wafa) consisting of Greater Detroit leaders, writers and activists met on Saturday at a meeting sponsored by Fuad Ashker to host a presentation by Ms Samar Nader, a Journalist and a Publisher of Al Mohajer Magazine. Nader’s…

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