Eccomi…Eccoti (Here I am…Here you are) (2017) dir. Raed Rafei 3 p.m. Sunday, June 28, 2020 FREE with suggested $5 donation RSVP for Streaming Link "Eccomi…Eccoti" unfolds as a virtual road trip navigating between Italy and Lebanon. Conditioned to live in a long-distance relationship with his partner because of strict European visa regulations, the director patches together the shared moments in an attempt to create a possible day-to-day reality for the couple. With a lyrical, ambient soundscape set atop a dreamy visual style oscillating between still photography and moving images, the film explores what it means to be gay in contemporary Beirut, and the existential discomfort that blocks one from reaching a sense of completeness. Italy, Lebanon / 68 minutes / Arabic, French, Italian and English with English subtitles Presented by ArteEast, in partnership with the Arab American National Museum, Arab Film and Media Institute and Cinetopia Festival as part of the Arab Film Series Online
Cairo Drive(2014) dir. Sherief Elkatsha 3 p.m. EDT Sunday, May 31, 2020 Free/donation optional RSVP for streaming link Following the film will be a talkback with Egyptian American director Sherief Elkatsha, moderated by ArteEast board member and CEO of Arab Foundations Forum, Naila Farouky. Presented by ArteEast, in partnership with the Arab American National Museum, Arab Film and Media Institute and Cinetopia Festival as part of the Arab Film Series Online
Join us for the next screening in the Arab Film Series online! ArteEast partnered with the Arab American National Museum, the Arab Film and Media Institute, and Cinetopia Film Festival, to bring together a wide range of new and classic films by Arab and Arab American filmmakers. Mark your calendars for May 2nd @ 2pm EDT for the Arab World Shorts Program! RSVP to receive streaming link http://arabamericanmuseum.org/arab-film-series
Tune in for free, exclusive screenings followed by chat talkbacks. RSVP today to receive streaming links by email a few hours before each screening.
Join us a for an afternoon symposium Taking Shape: New Perspectives on Arab Abstraction Friday, March 13, 1:00–5:00 pm Hemmerdinger Hall, Silver Center (enter at 32 Waverly Place, or 31 Washington Place for wheelchair access) Free of charge, no reservations, seating is limited. Photo ID required for entrance to NYU buildings. Until the late 1960s, […]
ArteEast, in association with the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI), invite you to join us for an artist-led tour of A Bridge Between You and Everything: An Exhibition of Iranian Women Artists, curated by renowned visual artist Shirin Neshat Featuring nearly 100 works by 13 contemporary Iranian women artists including Ala Dehghan, Afruz […]
ArteEast, along with the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI) and NYU's Grey Art Gallery Invite you to join us for a conversation with artists featured in the upcoming CHRI exhibition "A Bridge Between You and Everything: An Exhibition of Iranian Women Artists," moderated by the show's curator Shirin Neshat. Monday, November 4, 6:30-8pm Hemmerdinger Hall, Silver Center 32 Waverly Place, NYU
For this public event, artists from the "Occupational Hazards" exhibition have added their voices to the gallery space. While their works are here, for many of the artists, travel to the United States is severely challenged or prohibited--whether by cost, visa regulations, or current travel bans. Join apexart and ArteEast on a guided tour of Occupational Hazards presented by the artists in their absence: incorporating the stories behind the works and experiences and challenges of artists working in the Middle East today, in their own words.
ARTEEAST SPRING BENEFIT Tuesday, May 14, 2019 6:30 PM at Postmasters Gallery 54 Franklin Street, New York, NY Join us for a festive evening of mezze and drinks and live music! Featuring a special performance by Nadah El Shazly and the New York debut of Noma Omran BENEFIT HOST COMMITTEE* Omar Berrada Nathaniel Bowditch and […]
ArteEast and the Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies present: Poets, Painters, Rebels, Spies: On Art and the (A)political in Beirut A joint book launch and conversation with Robyn Creswell and Kaelen Wilson-Goldie Feb 12 @ 6pm Reception to follow 255 Sullivan St (at Washington Square South)