The Arab countries of the eastern Mediterranean refer to gardens as little paradises (jnaina): bounded boxes of green - delicate curations of plants in an ordered composition.
The Middle East has been a cradle of several civilizations (religions, languages, and traditions), and a site of crossing trade routes that transcended modern national borders and identities.
A talk moderated by Noura Al Sayeh-Holtrop, the curator of the Hangar exhibition, inviting Sahel Al Hiyari, Saba Innab, and Ishraq Zraikat, three participants in the exhibition.
Having created branding for a festival over the past seven years, Abeer Zoumot and Noor Issa, founders of abnodesigns, demonstrate the many different ways and approaches to branding the same festiv
ONExUNICEF Humanitarian Change-maker Labs discuss their journey with participants who have produced distinguished product designs around themes of social change and innovation for good.
This event features short presentations by a number of pioneering individuals and institutions working in Jordan on issues relating to urban agriculture.
Nissreen Haram shares her experiences in preserving and protecting artisanal practices in cheese-making, working with the treasured Awassi sheep in Jordan, and shedding light on the urban practice
Palestine Hosting Society is a live art project that explores traditional food culture in Palestine, specifically those that are on the verge of disappearing.