Puppet Show with Yoya Theatre for children aged 4 to14 years. The Danish House in Palestine.
Fundraising concert for Siraj Choir presents new arrangements of compositions by prominent Arab classical musicians and singers. Saint Joseph School Auditorium.
Dandana music night invites visitors to sing to the rhythms played by musical groups. Hosh Jalsa.
Yaalu presents a selection of musical and artistic works produced by the composer Habib Shehadeh Hanna since 2005. A.M. Qattan Foundation Cultural Centre.
Habayeb presents works by the late composer Rawhi Al Khammash, performed by Nawa Group for Arab Music. A.M. Qattan Foundation Cultural Centre.
In Waynak, Siraj Choir presents the songs of their recently-released first album of original works. Most songs have been composed and distributed over the last ten years by the choir’s leader and choreographer Samer Bishara. A.M. Qattan Foundation Cultural Centre.
The Palestinian hip hop festival Boombox 2 is organized by DJAM Palestine, PAM Fest, Buzz and Boombox.ps. Grandpark Hotel.
Opening of Everything that Rises Must Converge to contemplate the notion of solidarity as the culmination of upheaval and revolt, examining also what could inspire a movement of insurrection. Organized by Manjam Culture Lab as part of Qalandiya International. Manjam Culture Lab.
Printed in Jerusalem is the fifth installment in a series of exhibitions organized by the Palestinian Heritage Museum at Dar Al- Tifel Al-Arabi. It shows letters and other printed material that reflect progress, development, and use of cliché in today’s Jerusalem. The exhibition runs daily except Fridays and Sundays. Palestinian Heritage Museum, Sheikh Jarrah.
12 Cities is an exhibition that introduces cities of Palestine through sketches
and minimal lines that sketch urban context. Organized by NOL Design Studio, the exhibition opens daily except Sundays. Bab idDeir Art Gallery.
Cairo is a comedy, crime, and drama film about a physically challenged peddler who sells newspapers in the central Cairo train station. He becomes obsessed with an attractive young drinkseller who is in love with a strong and respected station porter. Directed by Yousef Shahin. A.M. Qattan Foundation Cultural Centre.
Living Skin is a documentary about the inhumane living conditions of workers at and inhabitants of tanneries where they are surrounded by hazardous chemicals. Directed by Ahmed Saleh. A.M. Qattan Foundation Cultural Centre.
Timbuktu is a film about a boy named Kidane who lives peacefully with his family in the ancient Malian city of Timbuktu where people suffer from the regime of terror imposed by Jihadists determined to control their faith.
Directed by Abderrahmane Sissako. A.M. Qattan Foundation Cultural Centre.
Out on the Street is a film that mixes documentary and fiction in order to present the Egyptian revolution from the perspective of workers, moving beyond the heavy factory gates, frozen assembly lines, and rusty machinery.
Directed by Philip Rizk and Jasmina Metwaly. A.M. Qattan Foundation Cultural Centre.
Coffee in Town is a family circus show organized by the Palestinian Circus School as part of the Palestine Circus Festival 2018, under the theme United for Freedom. Deir Al Ghsoun School.
(ONE)H: Clustering, Reciprocity and Interdependency is a session to address and elucidate built environment as a medium of togetherness and a medium to consider the notions of autonomy and society at large. Organized and presented by Riwaq as part of Qalandiya International. Hoash al-Huqeyeh.
Challenges and Obstacles in Arabic Media Production is a symposium for producers and authors to discuss the scope of creativity in Arabic cinema and the challenges that confront its creators. Organized by the Arab Center for Media Freedom in cooperation with the Authors Union. Arab Center for Media Freedom.
The Closing Ceremony of the Annual Drama and Animation Festival with Children and Youth presents drama performances and films. Organized by Ayyam al Masrah/Theatre Day Productions (TDP). TDP Theatre Hall, 52
Palestine Writer’s Festival presents the works of Susan Abulhawa, Nur Masalha, Sylwia Chutnik, Fida Jiryis, and Nasab Hussein under the
theme Narratives and Nations. Organized by the Educational Bookshop and the Kenyon Institute in partnership with the British Council, Friedric Ebert Stiftung, Institut Français de Jérusalem, and Goethe Institut. The Palestinian Heritage Museum
QuTech2 is a technological forum that hosts high-tech companies, entrepreneurs, and associations which present their services. Organized by QuTech. YWCA.
Handmade Palestine Autumn Market features local artisans and high-quality
handicrafts. Organized by Mashjar Juthour, Handmade Palestine, Little Olea, and La Vie Café. La Vie Café
108 Sun Salutations is a yoga and meditation evening organized by Farashe Yoga Ramallah. A. M. Qattan Foundation.
Second TEDx Youth Event presents a platform for youth to share ideas on stage in order to start conversations within the community. Organized by TEDx Youth. Elite Venue and Business Center, Al-Masyoun.
Palestine Writer’s Festival presents the works of Nur Masalha, Maya Abu al-Hayyat, Gavin Francis, Suad Amiry, and Marcello Di Cintio under the theme Breaking Boundaries. Organized by the Educational Bookshop and the Kenyon Institute in partnership with the British Council, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Institut Français de Jérusalem, and Goethe Institut. The Municipality Public Library.
Palestine Writer’s Festival presents the works of Salim Tamari, Susan Abulhawa, Asmaa Azaizeh, Sylwia Chutnik, and Gavin Francis under the theme The Personal and the Political.Organized by the Educational Bookshop and the Kenyon Institute in partnership with the British
Council, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Institut Français de Jérusalem, and Goethe Institut. French-German Cultural Center.
Couch talk with Mohammad Zarour, who founded Palestine Bikers in 2012, about his tours around Ramallah and the West Bank where he shows tourists and locals important sites. The Danish House in Palestine.
Palestine Writer’s Festival presents the works of Raja Shehadeh, Cathy Otten, Ala Hlehel, Salim Tamari, and Susan Abulhawa under the
theme Excavating Histories. Organized by the Educational Bookshop and the Kenyon Institute in partnership with the British Council, Friedrich
Ebert Stiftung, Institut Français de Jérusalem, and Goethe Institut. Fattoush, Ben Gurion Street.
The 5th Global Leadership Summitm presents recorded lectures by local and
international speakers and influential leaders and offers dialogue sessions, workshops, and lectures on developing leadership skills. Organized by Bethlehem Bible College in cooperation with Willow Creek Association. Bethlehem Bible College. For registration please visit goo.gl/ GNHq8N
Couch Talk with the Palestinian Animal League about their mission in saving animals in Ramallah and the West Bank; children can interact
with animals present in the meeting. The Danish House in Palestine.
Taha is a play (in English) about the poet Taha Muhammad Ali. A.M. Qattan Foundation Cultural Centre.
Golden Boy presents a new youth theatre production about a boy who believes that those who have wings can fly. Produced and organized by Ayyam Al Masrah/Theatre Day Productions (TDP). TDP Theatre Hall, 52
Last Day of the Spring is a play directed by Nizar Zou’bi about a young girl from the village Jiljilya, whose family joins a left-wing forum that supports Israeli-Palestinian peace. She meets Woroud who becomes her close friend and helps her discover her true self − until Woroud accuses her brother of murder. A.M. Qattan Foundation Cultural Centre.