ArteNews & Events

  • LIFE WITHOUT BASKETBALL + Panel Discussion
    LIFE WITHOUT BASKETBALL + Panel Discussion

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    LIFE WITHOUT BASKETBALL + Panel Discussion Online Screening: Feb 17–20  Synopsis: Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir broke records and barriers on her way to become the first Division I athlete to play basketball while wearing hijab. When a controversial ruling ends her chances at playing professionally, she re-examines her faith and identity as a Muslim American. The Arab Film […]

  • ARTEEAST AUDIENCE SURVEY
    ARTEEAST AUDIENCE SURVEY

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    We’d love to hear from you! As we plan for the future, we invite you to share your thoughts about ArteEast: what programs have you loved, what would you like to see, whether you are ready to attend events again in person. Please take a few minutes to take our audience survey, we look forward to […]

  • ARCHIVE FEVER: Women’s Cinema from South West Asia & North Africa
    ARCHIVE FEVER: Women’s Cinema from South West Asia & North Africa

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    Coming to ArteEast’s Unpacking the ArteArchive platform in February! ARCHIVE FEVER: Women’s Cinema from South West Asia & North Africa   Online Screening: Feb 4-13 Tkts: Free/ $5 Suggested Donation RSVP at artearchive.org   “South West Asia and North Africa, there are historical records of women’s cinema since the 1920s. However, a lack of state […]

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    THANK YOU to all who contributed to ArteEast on #GivingTuesday! We are grateful for the support of the ArteEast community. Gifts to support ArteEast make our programs possible, and enable us to realize our mission, building bridges of understanding through the power of art. **It’s not too late to donate! Click here to learn about ways to […]

  • Nov 30 is GivingTuesday!
    Nov 30 is GivingTuesday!

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    On GivingTuesday, November 30, individuals worldwide will come together to contribute to real change in our communities. ArteEast invites you to join us on this global day of generosity.  Your donation to ArteEast, no matter the amount, can make a difference! 

  • Ib’atli Gawab / Signed, Sealed, Delivered
    Ib’atli Gawab / Signed, Sealed, Delivered

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      Ib’atli Gawab / Signed, Sealed, Delivered: On longing and political resistance through epistolary forms in four essay-films. Curated by Line Ajan Online Screening: Nov. 18-21 RSVP at artearchive.org Tickets Free / 5$ suggested donation Featuring works by Mona Benyamin, Emily Jacir, Ossama Mohammed & Wiam Siav Bedirxan, and Akram Zaatari Inspired by two love […]

  • Artist Spotlight Sale: Mohamed Ben Soltane
    Artist Spotlight Sale: Mohamed Ben Soltane

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    It is with great excitement that ArteEast shares an Artist Spotlight interview with Mohamed Ben Soltane, whose work is currently part of our special Artist Spotlight Sale on Artsy.net/arteeast.     Ben Soltane’s Contre l’Oubli (Hommage à El Mekki) is a mosaic triptych dedicated to the prominent Tunisian painter Hatem El Mekki (1918–2003). All proceeds […]

  • RADICAL MODERNISMS: RETRACING ARAB AND NORTH AFRICAN HISTORIES
    RADICAL MODERNISMS: RETRACING ARAB AND NORTH AFRICAN HISTORIES

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    ArteEast is pleased to announce our new Unpacking the ArteArchive program RADICAL MODERNISMS: RETRACING ARAB AND NORTH AFRICAN HISTORIES a two-part program curated by Peter Limbrick, Professor of Film and Digital Media at UC Santa Cruz and author of Modernism as World Cinema: The Films of Moumen Smihi. This program addresses aesthetic and cultural experiments that […]

  • JAM3A Virtual Screening
    JAM3A Virtual Screening

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    ArteEast is pleased to co-present a special Arab Film Series program as part of AANM’s JAM3A Festival – a free virtual music and arts festival taking place Sept. 23-26, 2021. Films and musical performances are all free with registration! RSVP for films at: arabfilmseries.org  For more info on the festival go to www.jam3a.org “ART WAR,” […]

  • RECONSTRUCTING HISTORIES 
    RECONSTRUCTING HISTORIES 

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    RECONSTRUCTING HISTORIES examines the role of the documentary in representing the Lebanese Civil War (1975–1990) through the experimental works of three important Lebanese post-war artists/filmmakers: Walid Raad, Jayce Salloum, and Mohamad Soueid.  Online Screening: Sept 16-19 This program is available for audiences worldwide. FREE WITH RSVP / suggested donation $5: artearchive.org The Lebanese Civil War officially ended […]