October 2018
Ramallah & Al-Bireh (02)

Weaving and Cracks

Ramallah & Al-Bireh (02)

Weaving and Cracks exhibits Fouad Agbaria’s paintings that are replete with architectural and ornamental elements that echo childhood memories and a nostalgia for home. Open weekdays except Friday. Zawyeh Gallery.

Exhibition

Ramallah & Al-Bireh (02)

13:00 Opening of Lydda − A Garden Disremembered. The show presents the controversiesaround the British-imported colonial planning and the transformation of Lydda into anethnically cleansed and segregated city that aims to disempower and suppress Palestinian communities in favor of Jewish immigrants. Organized by the A.M. Qattan Foundation in cooperation with Birzeit University Museum as part of Qalandiya International. Birzeit
University Museum.

15:00 Tour of the Labor of Love exhibition that explores Palestinian embroidery through
the lenses of gender, labor, symbol, capital, and class. It traces the shift from a personal
practice to a symbol of national heritage and examines the implications of its
commodification today. Organized by the Palestinian Museum as part of Qalandiya
International. The Palestinian Museum.

The Palestinian Olive Harvest art exhibition

Ramallah & Al-Bireh (02)

The Palestinian Olive Harvest art exhibition by the artist Taleb Dweik. Dar Zahran Heritage Building.

Opening of Debt

Ramallah & Al-Bireh (02)

Opening of Debt, which presents how market systems, and in particular the art market, have shifted our understanding and the role of solidarity in art and cultural practices. It also explores how art practices in turn have instrumentalized the market for solidarity and political actions. Organized by Khalil Sakakini Cultural Center as part of Qalandiya International. Khalil Sakakini Cultural Center.

Opening of The Lasting Effect

Ramallah & Al-Bireh (02)

Opening of The Lasting Effect, which presents art projects that tackle the question of solidarity and its various aspects in the Palestinian context. Organized by Ramallah Municipality as part of Qalandiya International. The Ottoman Court.