Dar al-Kalima University (Bethlehem - Palestine) organized an art workshop on art and citizenship at the Bossa Nova Hotel on December 16, 2021, in cooperation with the Dar al-Kalima Association for the Arts and culture and its program NABAD (nabad.art) in Lebanon.
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تنظم جامعة دار الكلمة (بيت لحم – فلسطين) بالتعاون مع جمعية دار الكلمة للفنون والثقافة وبرنامجها نبض في لبنان ورشة فنية حول الفن والمواطنة في فندق بوسا نوفا في 16 ديسمبر 2021
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