Three weeks today, Gazan artist Duniyana Al-Amour was killed by Israeli airstrikes in Gaza. Like most of our community, we are devastated at any loss of life in Palestine, and during the latest bombings this August, our hearts were broken by the deaths of at least 44 people. We know that artists are silenced, censoredContinue reading “Duniyana Al-Amour”
Stand with Amnesty International and Palestine, demand an end to Israeli apartheid. This organic cotton unisex T-shirt is ethically made in India in a Fair Wear Foundation Accredited factory. Fair Wear Foundation is a non-profit organisation committed to ensuring clothing is made in an ethical way. Designed by PalArt and Amnesty International UK. Through deliberateContinue reading “Amnesty T-Shirt, designed by PalArt”
Launching his anticipated novel ‘Come What May’, PalArt founder and Palestinian writer and director Ahmed Masoud discusses his latest work with author Selma Debbagh. In this event, Ahmed will read excerpts from the book and talk about contemporary Palestinian writing and art. Both Selma and Ahmed write about Palestine in English and have previously collaboratedContinue reading “‘Come What May’ Book Launch & Discussion”
On Sunday 20 March 2022, PalArt Collective organised a protest Dabke dance outside the Israeli embassy in London. We wanted to emphasise our beautiful culture which is under constant threat by the Israeli apartheid regime. Thanks to Amnesty International UK for making this beautiful peaceful resistance work happen.
Following Amnesty International UK’s new, multi-year campaign, exposing Israeli apartheid and seeking to dismantle it, we at PalArt wanted to create an artistic expression in response. We wanted to artistically and visually present to viewers what it means to be stuck at checkpoints, denied entry, have our children imprisoned, and not be able to seeContinue reading “PalArt Film: Going Home”
We are excited to invite you to our second networking event, in partnership with Amos Trust, Amnesty International UK & Arab British Centre.
PalArt Collective is seeking an intern for an immediate start who can help to support the collective with some administrative, event and logistical tasks.
In July 2021, following an unprecedented shift in media coverage of Palestine, a group of Palestinian creatives, producers, and fans of the power of imagination got together. The aim was to find a way to support Palestinian arts beyond the news cycle. At PalArt, our aim is to build a network that can identify andContinue reading “Introducing ourselves”