Gallery Al-Quds invites you to view Heart/Homeless Paintings and videos by Manal Deeb Sinseleh ©Manal Deeb First exhibited in London at Gallery P21, Palestinian American artist Manal Deeb has titled this exhibition Heart/Homeless. She expands upon the themes of exile and identity that have infused her art practice throughout her journey. Manal treads new pathways […]
Join us for Dr. Ussama S. Makdisi’s delivery of the 2019 Edward Said Memorial Lecture as he unpacks the 1919 King-Crane Commission in light of its historical context and legacies for U.S. foreign policy regarding Palestine.
Join us as for a presentation by Suad Amiry and colleagues on the important work of Riwaq, a historical preservation organization based in Ramallah, working to restore Palestinian homes and buildings.
This collaboration shows you Gaza’s protest movement like you’ve never seen before. Filmed during the height of the Great March Of Return protests, it features riveting exclusive footage of demonstrations.
The thobe has three parts; the sleeve design, chest design and panel design. In this class series, students will learn about the significance and meaning of different thobe parts, stitching all three elements by the end of the series. This is the second of four classes.
Independent journalist David Sheen sheds light on the rehabilitation of the most reactionary American-born rabbis by the Netanyahu Likud Party and their decades-long efforts to turn all of Israel*Palestine (and territories beyond) into a single racially pure religious state.
Join us for a collaboration between Palestinian-American poet and environmental scholar Sharif Elmusa, and activist artist Susan Smith. This multimedia event will include readings of poetry of and about the refugee experience, an exhibition of recent artwork, and a video accompanying the performance.
In this book, artist Helen Zughaib interprets the stories her father told her about his childhood in Syria. Through a series of 25 paintings, we see the stories of Elia Zughaib, who was born in Damascus during the French Mandate and who moved to Lebanon to spend his young adulthood before immigrating to America in 1946. These tales center around family, tradition and the village community.
The speakers of the 2019 Palestine Center Annual Conference will provide their analyses of this critical moment. The keynote address will be delivered by Dr. Joseph Massad. He will be followed by two panels that will respectively address issues of the Right of Return, UNRWA, US and Israeli Policies (Panel I); and Geopolitics, BDS, The Media & Palestine, and US Perspective on the Deal (Panel II). Please join us for an engaging event.