Among the films produced by one Syrian NGO: one of the first documentaries to look at the early effects that ISIS was having on residents of eastern Syria.
With canvas in short supply, Akram Abou al-Fouz paints on the shells scattered around his neighborhood in Douma. “We had shelling showers, so to speak,” he says.
Meet the organization helping Syrian artists in Lebanon traverse Beirut’s burgeoning arts scene while maintaining their identity.
At an event last week at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the International Council of Museums (ICOM) officially released The Emergency Red List of Syrian Cultural Objects at Risk, which outlines the categories of cultural goods most vulnerable to illicit trade during the Syrian war.
Hyperallergic speaks with UNICEF Jordan’s Deputy Representative Michele Servadei to delve into the question of child programming at Za’atari, both in the arts and education more generally. Accompanying her answers below are photographs of artworks produced by Syrian children aged 12-18 at the camp, and they appear here for the first time.