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Arts and Inclusiveness in light of the COVID-19- UNESCO Beirut

Nadine Abou Zaki animated a training of trainers (TOT) workshop on “How Arts help the inclusiveness of our society” during the workshop on Intercultural Dialogue and human rights through Arts. She discussed the new challenges to cultural participation for persons with disabilities in light of the Covid-19 and the key opportunities. The event was organized by UNESCO and the Lebanese National Commission for UNESCO.

Elephant in the Dark, A Blindfold Walk Performance

We have the pleasure to cordially invite you to the blindfold walk performance “Elephant in the Dark” on Saturday, September 28 at MACAM in Alita- Byblos.

My Book on “Nazih Khater” published in Braille

In 2018, my book on the Lebanese art critic “Nazih Khater: the Republic of Enemies” was translated in Braille, along with my book “Le Lieu et le corps”.

This initiative intends to make my books accessible to the blind and visually impaired and to support this segment of the population to participate fully in the cultural and artistic life of Lebanon.

The Diary of a Mulberry Tree at Hammana Artist House

Following the success of “The Diary of a Mulberry Tree” at Al Madina Theatre last summer, Red Oak Performing Troupe has the pleasure to invite you to "The Diary of a Mulberry Tree | يوميّات توتة" on 15 September 2018 at 8:00 pm at Hammana Artist House.