Artwork made by Palestinian children after Israel’s attacks on Gaza in 2008-09 — and subsequently censored by the Museum of Children’s Art in Oakland — is now available in book form.
Arts and Culture
The trailer for Sleeping on Stones, the feature film that is the current project of Palestinian-American director Nicole Ballivian, made my heart leap.
Palestinian poets Rafeef Ziadah and Remi Kanazi spit fire with two extraordinary poems, performed last weekend in London.
In a new article made available today by the journal Jerusalem Quarterly, activist and The Electronic Intifada contributor Hannah Mermelstein discusses a lesser known part of the ethnic cleansing of Palestine — the attempted annihilation of the Palestinian nation through cultural theft and destruction.
12-year-old Ali Hassan al Baba in Gaza: “It’s my right to draw”
If you’re anywhere nearby, you don’t want to miss this year’s Boston Palestine Film Festival.
Swiss artist Brenar warns in his painting “Work in Progress” of right wing extremism and intolerance of different, unique opinions.
The annual Toronto Palestine Film Festival (TPFF) opens tonight with Najwa Najjar’s feature film Pomegranates and Myrrh. This year’s festival includes 25 film works as well as panel discussions and a closing party featuring Palestinian hip hop artist Shadia Mansour.
US artists and activists traveled to Gaza, bringing attention to the severe water crisis affecting children’s health and development through the painting of large, beautiful and collaborative murals.
As The Electronic Intifada mentioned last week, a new song entitled “Freedom for Palestine” has been gaining international notoriety since it made its recent debut on the internet.