To celebrate the last weekend of the Pascal Hachem’s exhibition The show has a long title that I don’t recall anymore and of the 2017 programme, enjoy the gallery after hours with live a live DJ set with Man Abu Taleb spinning vintage Arabic sounds from the 60s and 70s.
This performative tour of the exhibition explores it from the point of view of a fictional collector. In this performance curator Rose Lejeune weaves together practical considerations of preservation with the poetry of traces and ephemeral gestures in the artworks.
Lebanese chef Sarkis Nehme presents this special supper club themed on sustainability. To challenge our culture of food waste, he will present dishes made from surplus produce to create a delicious three course meal.
Curator Mohamed Elshahed discusses The Modern Egypt Project, a British Museum initiative to collect objects from present day Egypt.
From head of state to head of the family, men are pillars of patriarchies across the Arab region. Shereen El Feki and panel discuss the first international study of the personal lives of Arab men to explore how these roles are changing.
Egyptian film legend Soad Hosni died in mysterious circumstances in 2001 in London. This film montages archive footage in a compelling portrait of her life.
Pascal Hachem will be in conversation with artist and curator Asad Raza about the works in his current exhibition at The Mosaic Rooms and about his creative practice.
Artist Pascal Hachem interrogates the theme of memory in this live performance amidst the works of his solo exhibition The show has a long title that I don’t recall anymore currently on show at The Mosaic Rooms.
Join Lebanese-based designer and artist Pascal Hachem as he explores his design practise and the cultural rituals of his homeland through Lebanese flatbread – considering it as a design object.
Our exhibition The show has a long title that I don’t recall anymore by artist and designer Pascal Hachem will stay open until 9pm for Brompton Late Night Opening.
Join us for the opening of, The show has a long title that I don’t recall anymore, an ambitious exhibition of new work by Lebanese artist Pascal Hachem.
Join Omniya Abdel Barr, co-founder of the Save Cairo campaign, as she discusses the richly varied architectural heritage of this dynamic city and the current fight to prevent the further destruction of its memories and what remains of its past.
Presentation by artist Anne Senstad on founding Time Beyond Place – The Cultural Bridge. Through this crosscultural, all-female platform, artists create work about the preservation of cultural heritage, domesticity and memory in Saudi Arabia. An ithra initiative, coordinated by CULTURUNNERS.
Film screening + Q&A
Screening of short films by Saudi Arabian actor/director Ahd. The star of Wadjda (2012) and Rattle the Cage (2016) is now producing her first feature film, My Driver and I. Followed by Q&A with Ahd and Sheyma Buali.
Learn how to create Islamic geometric art with artist Richard Henry. Henry teaches internationally, including at the Princes School of Traditional Arts. Participants will learn how to make folded patterns and reconstruct patterns from Andalucia and Morocco. Lunch and materials provided.