Art

Corona Radiata: A New Poem Art
Fady Joudah, LA Review of Books

Corona Radiata: A New Poem

Palestinian-American poet Fady Joudah's new poem weaves together the realty of a crumbling healthcare system, war-torn globe, and love and loss in the time of coronavirus. "Without people there’s no power over the people..."

on March 24, 2020
Telling Their Story: 50 Palestinian Women Let Their Art Do the Talking at Palestine Museum US Art
Margaret Olin, Artscope Magazine

Telling Their Story: 50 Palestinian Women Let Their Art Do the Talking at Palestine Museum US

“Telling the Palestinian Story” is an exhibit that opens on International Women's Day, March 8, at the Palestine Museum US in Connecticut. It will feature 50 female Palestinian artists from Palestine and the diaspora.

on March 5, 2020
The Vagrant Trilogy: A Play About Palestinian Displacement Art
IMEU

The Vagrant Trilogy: A Play About Palestinian Displacement

Even in the arts, it can be rare to see Palestinian stories and identities shared, especially with mainstream audiences. THE VAGRANT TRILOGY, a three-part play by award-winning playwright Mona Mansour, offers just that. Opening in March at The Public Theater in New York City, the play is about Palestinian displacement set in the context of the 1967 Six-Day War.

on February 12, 2020
Palestinian Stories Take Center Stage in Scenes from 71* Years Stories
Valerie Bisharat, IMEU

Palestinian Stories Take Center Stage in Scenes from 71* Years

"Award-winning Palestinian-Irish playwright Hannah Khalil’s play Scenes from 71* Years – running in San Francisco from April 5-May 5 – offers a journey through everyday Palestinian lives under the grip of occupation from 1948 until the present."

on April 5, 2019
Stitching a Future for an Age-Old Palestinian Embroidery Tradition Stories
Ariel Sophia Bardi, Atlas Obscura

Stitching a Future for an Age-Old Palestinian Embroidery Tradition

Wafa Ghnaim is introducing people to “tatreez” through her workshops.

on December 5, 2018
Artist Critiques Capitalism and War, Sells Vials of His Blood on Wall Street Art
Jasmine Weber, Hyperallergic

Artist Critiques Capitalism and War, Sells Vials of His Blood on Wall Street

Wall Street is often esteemed as the nucleus of the international free market — and this week, Palestinian artist Khaled Jarrar has introduced himself as a share.

on October 17, 2018
Tatreez & Tea Preserves Palestinian Embroidery in the Diaspora News Roundup
IMEU

Tatreez & Tea Preserves Palestinian Embroidery in the Diaspora

The second edition of Tatreetz & Tea, a book on the history of Palestinian embroidery, is set to be released later this month. Tatreez & Tea, a U.S.-based initiative dedicated to preserving Palestinian embroidery (tatreez), folk art, and storytelling, celebrates the release of its second edition book this June 30th.

on June 19, 2018
Mural Honoring Palestinian History and Culture to be Unveiled in San Francisco News Roundup
IMEU

Mural Honoring Palestinian History and Culture to be Unveiled in San Francisco

Motorists entering the 101 in San Francisco’s upper market will soon see a large, vibrant wall with kids climbing over it. The wall is part of a mural being painted by artist Chris Gazaleh on a residential building owned by Ron Dudum...

on June 12, 2018
Chris Gazaleh’s Palestinian Mural at Market and Octavia Is Nearly Finished News Roundup
Jonathan Curiel, SF Weekly

Chris Gazaleh’s Palestinian Mural at Market and Octavia Is Nearly Finished

Chris Gazaleh has painted Palestinian faces onto an apartment building at 23 Elgin Park St. that overlooks one of San Francisco’s busiest thoroughfares. They’re the faces of the old and the young, of people who seem happy, solemn, and everything in between.

on May 30, 2018