Apparently, being a child in Gaza is offensive – and an NHS hospital agrees

Written by PalArt Director Ala Owaineh. A UK charity and group of schoolchildren from London get in touch with a similar group in two schools in a war-stricken and troubled part of the world. The two groups collaborate to decorate some plates with scenes that express their experience and problems. The plates get printed ontoContinue reading “Apparently, being a child in Gaza is offensive – and an NHS hospital agrees”

Amnesty T-Shirt, designed by PalArt

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”

‘Come What May’ Book Launch & Discussion

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”

PalArt Dabke Stunt

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.