I am more than honored to be part of an amazing team of contributors whose testimonials, perceptions, narratives, and stories highlight the change-making arts and cultural scene here in Beirut. Together, these academics, poets, artists, activists, and individuals engaged in a wounded city, reveal glimpses of their thinking and doing, offering inspiration for other communities facing wars, crises, instability, and despair.
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Today, please consider supporting Lebanese artists by purchasing The Beirut Call: Harnessing Creativity for Change, a collection from Elyssar Press that features the work of 21 artists, poets, professors, and activists.
We are more than pleased to have our Nabad program mentioned by journalist Maya Khadra in Atlantico.fr as one of the change-makers in the arts and culture scene in Lebanon.
Art can create a new cultural identity promoting the ideas of daily life behavioral change for a better harmonious life together.
TAP is a non-profit art organization operating from Lebanon, rooted in a context-responsive approach to realizing enduring social impact through contemporary art and research.
Spotlights from The Beirut Call Book Launch, celebrating a crucial anthology about resilience and resistance culture in Lebanon.
Nabad program event, June 8 at BEYt (Mar Mikhael). Gathering our partners and celebrating collaborations which have helped us support more than 130 artists, small creative enterprises and arts NGOs in Lebanon in less than 7 months.
We are more than pleased to have our Nabad program featured in both the digital and printed versions of Issue 101 of Aesthetica Magazine, Recharge and Reset, p.134.
Watch this interview by Elyssar Press with Dr. Mitri Raheb, Dr. Pamela Chrabieh, and Ms. Roula Salibi on "The Beirut Call: Harnessing Creativity for Change" anthology.
I am Lebanese and Cypriot, married, I have triplets, and I am specialized in Islamic calligraphy, arabesque & Christian scenes from the Bible, and Christian prayers on parchment.