As part of the activities of the "I'm My Voice" project, Tajalla will host a singing workshop for children aged 8 -12 to teach them how to be part of a choir.
From hundreds of pieces of discarded rubber, plastic, wood waste, aluminum, paper, and fabric, the possibilities of aesthetics and application could be found where it does not usually belong, and i
Palestine Hosting Society is a live art project that explores traditional food culture in Palestine, specifically those that are on the verge of disappearing.
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.
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
As a celebration of the 100th anniversary of Bauhaus, School of Architecture and Built Environment - GJU, hosts a photography exhibition at Dialogpunkt / The German Lounge, organized by the Goethe-
Believing in the inherent potential and capability of every student; Ahliyyah&Mutran’s “Endless Horizons” exhibition will offer the audience a chance to witness the innovation and creativity of
This panel discussion will highlight the importance of incorporating design and innovation in education to prepare our upcoming generations for the 4th industrial revolution.
Turquoise Mountain will host, in its space in Jabal Amman, two (identical) two-day workshops for children ages 10 to 13 years old on stone mosaic making and geometric pattern drawing.