The documentary Advocate, profiling controversial lawyer Lea Tsemel, has become an unlikely Oscar contender.
Coverage of the discovery of an ancient mosque in Rahat has neglected to mention the planned mass relocation of thousands of people to the Bedouin town.
It is crucial for us to see how and why European and American images of Palestine have historically distorted the realities of this region.
The Palestine Hosting Society project, founded and directed by Mirna Bamieh, usually begins with research into a city or family’s food practices and culminates in a hosted “table,” where this research is presented to a group of invited guests.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office sent the letter directly to German Chancellor Angela Merkel, voicing disapproval for the museum’s exhibition Welcome to Jerusalem.
Khaled Jarrar is offering vials of his blood on Wall Street, priced to match defense contractors’ stock, as a commentary on the military-industrial complex.
The new bill suggests that culture organizations that criticize the State of Israel or highlight the Palestinian national narrative will have trouble with government funding.
As the Israeli government passes a drastic “nation-state” law that denigrates minority populations in the country, artists are trying to imagine a world where there’s unity instead of divide.
The Al-Meshal Cultural Center in Gaza was destroyed by Israeli F-16s this week.
The Museum of the Bible has been funding a number of scholarly projects, including an illegal excavation in the West Bank that will certainly influence how the public understands the Bible and the ancient world.
What stands out in Wissam Nassar’s photography of the current conflict in Palestine is the intensity with which certain bodies are articulating their task, refusing to perform disability, instead exuding capacity.
The Invisible Walls of Occupation is an online interactive documentary that takes viewers into Burqah, a Palestinian village.