Tag Archives: exhibition

CAN I ASK A QUESTION?

By Dana Mahmoud | Sept 9, 2012 Can I ask a question? Why the world hate us? Yes, us, Palestinian refugees? Why they claim to support our cause while they don’t spare a chance to insult us as individuals? Why Lebanon is denying assistance to Palestinians refugees coming from Syria? Why Jordan is doing the […]

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Grandmother hosts exhibition on joining Palestinian fight

YOUR LOCAL GUARDIAN MARCH 2 2012 Sutton By James Pepper A 69-year-old grandmother who travelled to the West Bank to help Palestinian families has helped curate a new exhibition. Doris Richards, gave the young people of Yanoun – a small community of Palestinian farmers and shepherds – a disposable camera each during her trip, to […]

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Art museum’s censorship destroys its integrity

by Dr. Michael Siegel on September 15, 2011 | Mondoweiss Oakland’s Museum of Children’s Art (MOCHA) recently announced that it is canceling a planned exhibit of artwork created by Palestinian children living in Gaza because art about the Palestinian-Israeli conflict is “not appropriate for an open gallery accessible by all children.” The museum had scheduled the exhibit […]

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Gaza Nakba Memorial – This is my Picture when I was Dead – in pictures

SPECIAL TOPIC Gaza | May 10, 2011 On May 10, 2011 Gaza Commemorated the Nakba with an exhibition and screening “This is my picture when I was dead”.  Below an impression of the event and there is more to come! For a complete overview of all  Gaza #May15 events, please download the flyer of the […]

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Gazan Women and Children Paint Their Trauma – International Middle East Media Center

Tuesday December 21, 2010 12:59 by Ane Irazabal An art exposition shows, in Gaza City, the work of hundred refugee women and children from the coastal enclave, who use the artwork as a way to convey their traumas, the Spanish daily El País echoed. (photo from El País) Under the title “If you are happy, […]

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