“THE BEIRUT CALL…Harnessing Creativity for Change!” is a new anthology in collaboration with @daralkalimauniversity, its program @nabad.art and @elyssarpress, a publishing press in Redlands, CA.Support our Lebanese artists and arts organizations!Follow us @elyssarpress, on facebook @thebeirutcall or go to elyssarpress/the-beirut-call/ for more information.VIRTUAL BOOK LAUNCH is set for Sunday May 9, 2021 at 10am PST … Continue reading The Beirut Call Anthology: Virtual Book Launch on May 9th 2021
Dear colleagues and friends, kindly spread the word about our upcoming anthology. “The Beirut Call. Harnessing Creativity for Change” presents diverse perceptions and expressions that speak to Lebanese in their homeland and in the diaspora, and it also transcends the borders of Lebanon as contributors address glocal issues—war, peace, memory, history, identity, creativity, cultural resistance, … Continue reading Upcoming Anthology “The Beirut Call. Harnessing Creativity for Change”
We are more than thrilled to be launching Arleb with 61 selected artists, both established and emerging, and +500 curated artworks. Visit arleb.org and support artists in Lebanon!For daily news and interviews, follow nabad.art on Facebook and Instagram. #dar_alkalima_university #nabad #nabad.art #arleb.org #arleb @nabad.art @mitri.raheb @roulasalibiand a big thank you to the amazing team of … Continue reading Arleb by Nabad Exhibition. Supporting Artists in Lebanon.
What we become within contexts of wars and crises is indeed not pretty, as traumas accumulate and are stored in the body and spirit, and memories of catastrophes become convoluted passages from souvenirs to ressouvenirs, interpenetrated labyrinths of the cultures of silence, hypomnesia and hypermnesia.However, a strange strength emerges. Often masked, that strength is found … Continue reading Dr. Pamela Chrabieh’s Art Published by Indelible Literary and Arts Journal – Dubai
STARS illustrated magazine February-March 2021 issue, Dossier Loubnan (Art book edition) is now available. Published by Times Square Press New York, and Stars Illustrated New York. Thanking once again Marjorie Lerner for the interview, and the possibility to talk about my art and the Nabad program of support for artists in Lebanon (nabad.art) which I … Continue reading About the Nabad.art Program and Dr. Pamela Chrabieh’s Art. Interview published by Stars Illustrated – New York
واستعرَضَت د. باميلا شرابيّة فكرة مشروع “نبض 2021” والذي يهدف الى اعادةِ احياءِ الواقع اللبناني من خلالِ الفن، حيث كانت كليّة دار الكلمة الجامعية للفنون والثقافة قد أطلقته قبلَ عدّة أيام Read the full article: nidaalwatan, 09-12-2020 Continue reading تفجير بيروت: حكاية أمل وألم … ورشة عمل تركّز على المتضررين واحتياجاتهم النفسيّة والاجتماعيّة
With millions of people either in lockdown or on the front lines battling the COVID-19 pandemic, and continuous socio-economic and political crises in Southwestern Asia and North Africa, we all need a reminder that art can build bridges across differences, and relays messages of resistance, resilience and hope. Audrey Azoulay, head of the UN Educational, … Continue reading THE POWER OF ART IN TIMES OF UNCERTAINTY, by Dr. Pamela Chrabieh
Thanking Dr. Roula Maria Dib for featuring samples of my collection in Indelible! I was born and raised in the 1970s-1980s war in Lebanon. War disconnects lives, memories, and experiences by creating endless cycles of violence, murderous identities, and wounded memories. I have come to believe that these memories are inevitably transmitted from generation to generation in … Continue reading Art from Dr. Pamela Chrabieh’s “Duwama” Collection in Indelible
Norman Saadi Nikro and Sonja Hegasy, eds. The Social Life of Memory. Violence, Trauma, and Testimony in Lebanon and Morocco. Palgrave, 2017. The volume is a part of a book series exploring the relationship between cultural heritage and conflict. It derives from the research project Transforming Memories: Cultural Production and Personal/Public Memory in Lebanon and … Continue reading Book Reviews: The Social Life of Memory. Violence, Trauma and Testimony in Lebanon and Morocco.
INTERVIEW: PAMELA CHRABIEH Interview: Pamela ChrabiehLuca Curci talks with Pamela Chrabieh during ANIMA AMUNDI FESTIVAL 2019 – VISIONS at Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi. Pamela Chrabieh is a Lebanese & Canadian Doctor in Sciences of Religions, scholar, visual artist, activist, university professor, writer and consultant. She has exhibited her artworks in Canada, Lebanon, the United Arab Emirates and Italy, and has organized and participated in … Continue reading Interview with Pamela Chrabieh by Itsliquid Group, Venice – Italy