“The Beirut Call” anthology electronic version is now available on Kobo.com! “The Beirut Call” presents diverse perceptions and expressions that speak to Lebanese in their homeland and in diaspora, but it also transcends the borders of Lebanon as contributors address glocal issues-war, peace, memory, history, identity, creativity, cultural resistance, resilience, artistic activism, human rights, feminism, … Continue reading The Beirut Call Anthology ebook is now available on KOBO.COM
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”
Read the announcement about the Arleb not-for-profit online platform and inclusive virtual exhibition by Nabad on Marie Claire Arabia, March 11, 2021. Continue reading في لبنان – المعرض الافتراضيّ الشامل الأوّل لدعم المبدعين
Read the full article on the Nabad program and its projects in Lebanon, written by Florence Massena and published by London-based news website The New Arab – Elaraby.co.uk “The heart of Beirut – devastated by the August 4 explosion – was the home of many artists, cultural actors, and companies that were part of the social fabric … Continue reading Nabad: The Lebanese-Palestinian cultural initiative giving momentum back to cultural actors – by Elaraby.co.uk
#Repost @elyssarpress (@get_repost)・・・ Our featured author for this week, celebrating #internationalwomensday, is Pamela Chrabieh (@pamelachrabieh), director of Nabad (@nabad.art), a non-profit organization in Beirut, Lebanon, collaborating with Dar El Kalima University and Elyssar Press (@elyssarpress), to put together the new book “The Beirut Call”. Follow us on insta today and/or Facebook (facebook.com/thebeirutcall) for updates about … Continue reading Dr. Pamela Chrabieh – Featured Author
Une première exposition virtuelle inclusive fut lancée par Arleb https://arleb.org/ le 2 février 2021. Elle présente 61 artistes établis et émergents au Liban, et plus de 500 œuvres d’art qui sont exposées jusqu’au 30 avril. Arleb est une plateforme à but non lucratif dédiée au soutien des artistes et des entreprises créatives au Liban. Elle vise à … Continue reading 1ÈRE EXPOSITION VIRTUELLE INCLUSIVE D’ARLEB PAR NABAD – LIBNANEWS
As published in the March 2021 issue of Accordion Stars Magazine New York. Publication date: February 12, 2021. REFERENCE. Here is what I think of alternatives for artists during this pandemic. “As a visual artist, scholar, activist, university professor and manager of a new program that supports artists, small creative enterprises and arts NGOs in … Continue reading Message from Prof. Dr. Pamela Chrabieh to Artists of the World
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.