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  • Art, Activism, and Migration: An Evening with Khaled Barakeh
    Art, Activism, and Migration: An Evening with Khaled Barakeh

    Posted: Oct 22, 2019

    The MacDowell Colony, PEN America's Artists at Risk Connection, and ArteEast are pleased to present: Art, Activism and Migration An Evening with Khaled Barakeh, in conversation with MacDowell visual artist alumna Dahlia Elsayed Introduced by MacDowell poet alumna Eileen Myles Q&A and reception to follow October 28, 6:30 PM MacDowell NY 521 West 23rd St 2nd Floor New York, NY 10011 This event is free and open to the public. Limited seating by ticket.

  • ArteEast invites you to join us for a tour of the exhibition “The Power of Two Suns”  Led by artist Yto Barrada and curator Omar Berrada
    ArteEast invites you to join us for a tour of the exhibition “The Power of Two Suns” Led by artist Yto Barrada and curator Omar Berrada

    Posted: Oct 2, 2019

    ArteEast invites you to join us for a tour of the exhibition "The Power of Two Suns" Led by artist Yto Barrada and curator Omar Berrada Saturday, October 19th 10:30 AM* at LMCC's Arts Center at Governors Island Upper Gallery 110 Andes Rd, New York, NY 10004 *Note: Ferries to Governors Island depart October 19th at 10am or 10:20am from the Battery Maritime Building in Manhattan. This event is free. Limited attendance strictly by ticket.

  • Vogue Arabia – “ArteEast’s Urgent Mission to Save Arab Film”

    Posted: Aug 13, 2019

    “Facing a world with heightened xenophobia, Islamophobia, and anti-immigrant rhetoric, ArteEast’s mission is more important now than ever,” says Ellen Brooks Shehata, board president of ArteEast. Founded in 2003, ArteEast is a New York-based cultural institution specializing in Middle Eastern film programming. It is operated by a diverse board with backgrounds in academia, finance, and non-for-profit […]

  • In the Last Days of the City – screening and conversation with filmmaker Tamer El Said and critic Kaelen Wilson-Goldie
    In the Last Days of the City – screening and conversation with filmmaker Tamer El Said and critic Kaelen Wilson-Goldie

    Posted: Sep 18, 2018

    October 11 @ 7pm @ UnionDocs: Join us for a screening of In the Last Days of the City! A conversation with filmmaker Tamer El Said and writer/critic Kaelen Wilson-Goldie will follow the film screening. Tamer El Said’s ambitious debut feature tells the fictional story of a filmmaker from downtown Cairo played by Khalid Abdalla (The Kite Runner, United 93, Green Zone, The Square) as he struggles to capture the sou of a city on edge while facing loss in his own life. Shot in Cairo, Beirut, Baghdad and Berlin during the two years before the outbreak of revolution in Egypt, the film’s multi-layered stories are a visually rich exploration of friendship, loneliness and life in cities shaped by the shadows of war and adversity. Organized by ArteEast/UnionDocs Venue: UnionDocs : 322 Union Ave, Brooklyn, NY

  • ArteEast is a proud Consortium Partner of Asia Contemporary Art Week (ACAW)

    Date: Sep 05, 2018 - Nov 02, 2018

    ArteEast is a proud Consortium Partner of Asia Contemporary Art Week (ACAW)— a dynamic citywide educational and curatorial platform presenting its 13th Edition from Sept. 5th – Nov. 2nd, 2018. The season offers cutting-edge exhibitions, studio visits, innovative projects, provocative dialogues and more! For more information go to:  www.acaw.info

  • Contribute now to support NYC Artist Residency and new film by Egyptian filmmaker Aida ElKashef
    Contribute now to support NYC Artist Residency and new film by Egyptian filmmaker Aida ElKashef

    Posted: Jun 19, 2018

    Contribute now to help support July artist residency in NYC for Egyptian Filmmaker Aida ElKashef Support Aida's work on "The Day I Ate The Fish": the feature documentary revisits stories of women behind bars in Egypt’s infamous women’s prison, Al Qanater, convicted of murdering their husbands.

  • ArteEast Exclusive Interview: Shabnam Yousefian
    ArteEast Exclusive Interview: Shabnam Yousefian

    Posted: Dec 10, 2017

    Shabnam Yousefian was born in Tehran, Iran in 1982. She started drawing and painting at age seven and pursued oil painting professionally at age sixteen under the supervision of a prominent instructor. After graduating high school, Shabnam capitulated to social expectations and attended Azad University in Tehran to study Microbiology. However, she continued painting and […]

  • ArteEast Presents the 2017 Online Benefit Auction on Al Bahie
    ArteEast Presents the 2017 Online Benefit Auction on Al Bahie

    Posted: Dec 8, 2017

    ArteEast is pleased to announce the launch of our 2017 online benefit auction, hosted on the Al Bahie platform. The auction, featuring 29 works of art by artists from the Middle East and North Africa and their diasporas, will provide major support to ArteEast’s programs to support contemporary creative expression in the MENA region, including […]

  • George Mason University Presents: One Eye Open: Paintings by Rashwan Abdelbaki
    George Mason University Presents: One Eye Open: Paintings by Rashwan Abdelbaki

    Posted: Oct 10, 2017

    George Mason University is pleased to announce an exhibition of paintings by artist Rashwan Abdelbaki from October 16, 2017 – December 2, 2017. An artist’s reception and gallery talk will take place October 25th, 5-7:30 p.m. Abdelbaki was an ArteEast-sponsored Artist-in-Residence from January-September 2017, in partnership with the Institute for International Education’s Artist Protection Fund. […]

  • ArteEast Opportunity: Artistic Director Position
    ArteEast Opportunity: Artistic Director Position

    Posted: Jul 29, 2017

    ArteEast is pleased to announce a search for an Artistic Director to help lead our grassroots, but wide-reaching efforts to promote the artists and contemporary arts of the Middle East. We are seeking an energetic, part-time Artistic Director to lead the organization into a new phase of public outreach and growth. This is a high-profile […]

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