Representations of Landscape in Songs is a family day with singer Dalal Abu Amneh performing a repertoire of songs that reflect the representations of land and landscape in Palestinian music. The Palestinian Museum. For participation, please purchase your ticket from the Palestinian Museum, or Shishapresso Café, Al-Tireh. Ticket prices: 20 NIS for adults, and 10 NIS for children under 16.
Experimental Art Using Recycled Materials is a workshop for young adults, where participants will produce sculptures that reflect different representations of the landscape, using papier-mâché and wire. Organized by the Palestinian Museum with artist Nabeel Anani, who is regarded as one of the foremost experimental artists in Palestine. The Palestinian Museum.
Family Day Representation of Landscape in Song with Dalal Abu Amneh performing a repertoire of songs that reflect the representations of land and landscape in Palestinian music. The Palestinian Museum. For more information about registration, please visit https://www.facebook.com/events/348276376119825/.
Family Workshop: Preserving Our Archives at Home with Museum Registrar Baha Jubeh, for children between 8 and 14 years old with their families. The workshop will begin with a tour of the lab, followed by an overview of the conservation process in three stages: handling of conservation materials, conservation, and preservation. The workshop will also highlight the important role that family archives play in understanding Palestinian political and social history. Participation is free and registration is required at http://www.palmuseum.org/contact-us/what-s-on-intimate-terrains.
Archiving in the Palestinian Context is a symposium organized by the Palestinian Museum with Dr Munir Fakhr al-Din, Dr Roger Heackok (via Skype), artist Abdullah Ghassan that examines the relationship between archive and power, and between archive and the people. The Palestinian Museum.
Music and the Body’s Rhythm is dance workshop for children and young adults, organized by the Palestinian Museum with Hisham Abu Jabal and Samar Haddad King to develop the participants’ understanding of rhythm by means of their own bodies, using music that is inspired by the Palestinian landscape. The trainers will teach the children different rhythms, allowing each to create his/her own personalized dance moves based on his/her relationship to the landscape. In the process, participants will be motivated to consider and experience the landscape using their bodies. The Palestinian Museum.