The Curators’ Tour, Printed in Jerusalem: Mustamloun, is organized by The Palestinian Museum and presented by Baha Jubeh to explore the relation between Jerusalemites and the political, educational, commercial, cultural, and touristic publications printed in their city (in Arabic). An English tour is available upon prior request. The Palestinian Museum. To participate, please register at [email protected]
Virtual Tour, Printed in Jerusalem: Mustamloun, is organized by The Palestinian Museum to highlight newspapers’ blank gaps that marked the Israeli military censors in the 1960s and 1970s to suppress any material of which they disapproved, and which left readers with a space to imagine and wonder about the censored item and about novel ways with which to maneuver around censorship. Presented by Baha Jubeh, Abdel-Rahman Shabane, and assistant curator Sandy Rishmawi (in Arabic with English subtitles). English Palestinian Museum social media platforms.
Five Minutes from Home is a documentary film streaming and discussion presented by film director Nahed Awwad and moderator Samah Bsoul to explore the Jerusalem Airport, occupied by the Israeli army in 1967 (in Arabic with English subtitles). Organized by The Palestinian Museum. To participate, please register at [email protected]
Rosette Interactive Day presenting an Arabic Calligraphy Workshop for locals and internationals, giving them the opportunity to practice writing Arabic letters in the most common fonts; Naskh and Roqa’a. The Arts and Handicrafts workshop “Rosette.” Ramallah Al-Tahta, close to Kamandjati.
Artist talk – a photographic journey into Palestine by Rula Halawani organized by A.M. Qattan Foundation. Reservations are required for physical distancing purposes: https://bit.ly/32NOH54. Broadcast via https://www.facebook.com/QattanFoundation/.
Second Annual Conference, Unsettling Jerusalem: Academic Reflections and Societal Engagements, is an online conference organized by The Palestinian Museum to examine the centrality of Jerusalem in the Palestinian political, cultural, and social imaginaries. Presented by speakers Issam Nassar; Salim Abu Thaher; Nasab Adeeb Hussein, Daood Alghoul; Maha al-Samman; Ahmad Asaad; Areej Sabbagh-Khoury; Fayrouz Sharqawi; Hanadi Qawasmi; Ali Muwasi; Yasser Qous; Camilio Boano, and others (in Arabic with simultaneous English translation). To participate, please register at [email protected]