There are few opportunities for performing artists in Gaza. Read more about Making music under siege
Tradition and history the starting point for international musical collective Checkpoint 303. Read more about A new way of hearing Palestine
Two new collections of plays use wit, humor and beautiful language to tell powerful stories. Read more about Heartbreak and history collide in Palestinian drama
Biography of Palestinian musician deals with the thorny relationship between art and conflict. Read more about Is everyone really equal before a Beethoven symphony?
Land Without People chronicles Zionism’s ascent. Read more about Mandate-era play combusts lingering myths on Palestine
Jenin’s Freedom Theatre manages to evoke the Church of the Nativity’s ambience on a British stage. Read more about When death was in everyone's eyes: recalling Bethlehem's siege
Annual event promotes artistic exchange and solidarity with Palestine. Read more about Video: Dance festival contributes to "artistic intifada" in Ramallah
Despite being action-packed, it’s the words that really count in Dalia Taha’s new play. Read more about What games do you play as Israel suffocates your childhood?
Firas al-Shirafi was admitted to the Edward Said National Conservatory of Music when he was five. Read more about Listen: Eleven-year-old Gaza musician plays qanun
Three new books help dispel many Western myths about music and culture in the Middle East. Read more about Rebel songs to rap: the history of Palestine's music