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.
Healing trauma through creative expression – an article about Arleb and Nabad on presbytarianmission.org
NABAD — an innovative program launched by Dar al-Kalima University College of Arts and Culture in response to the August 4, 2020 tragedy in Beirut — aims to empower artists, arts organizations, and creative enterprises in Southwestern Asia and North Africa to implement their artistic and cultural ideas and market their artwork.
The Beirut Call: The Strongest Souls Emerge Out of Suffering
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.
We had to do something following the Beirut port blast
Spotlights from The Beirut Call Book Launch, celebrating a crucial anthology about resilience and resistance culture in Lebanon.