Artist Bryony Dunne speaks about her film, Bring Them Back Alive, and photographic exploration, Seeds From The Zoo, of the history of Egypt’s Giza Zoo. Dunne will be in conversation Dr Shela Sheikh.
Screening and Talk
Artists Judy Price, Sarah Wood and Oraib Toukan discuss their work with archival film, in conversation with Eugene Rogan. Includes screenings of films from the artists featuring archival footage.
Join Yara Sharif and Muna Dajani and others as they discuss current issues surrounding the impact of colonial practices on natural environments, with a special focus on Israel and Palestine. Additional speakers will be confirmed shortly.
Join us as acclaimed pianist Saleem Ashkar (Palestine) and visual artist Michèle Vanvlasselaer (Belgium) discuss the development of their work in and outside of the Middle East.
In the story of British rule in Palestine (1917 to 1948) Palestinian voices have tended to be marginalised or absent. Roger Hardy and Dina Matar discuss the oral history of imperialism in Palestine in the British mandate period.
Artist Judy Price in discussion with art historian Lucy Reynolds and academic, editor and writer Anthony Downey about the work in her exhibition Still on show at The Mosaic Rooms.
Ilan Pappé examines the most contested ideas concerning the origins and identity of the contemporary state of Israel at the launch of his new book Ten Myths About Israel.
Judy Price presents a unique and complex body of work focused on Palestine. 2017 marks 100 years since the Balfour declaration which resulted in the mass displacement of the Palestinian nation and people. Two multi-screen installations and a photographic piece reflect in very different ways on Palestine’s colonial past and the present experience of occupation.
Join artist Judy Price for the opening of Still, an exhibition of her unique body of work focused on Palestine. Two multi-screen installations and a photographic piece will reflect in very different ways on Palestine’s colonial past and the current lived experience of occupation.
Internationally renowned academic and author Mahmood Mamdani presents this year’s Edward W Said London Lecture, examining the concept of revolutionary justice.
We’re very sorry to announce Al-Saddiq Al-Raddi has had to cancel his reading tomorrow. Our apologies to all who have booked to see him here. We hope to rearrange the event, please keep an eye on our website and newsletter for further information on this.
Film Screening + Q&A
Recollection is a visual tour around Jaffa, through rare footage from 1960’s-1990’s that subtly depicts spaces which are no longer there. Screening followed by Q&A with director Kamal Aljafari.
Performance and Talk
A performance, talk and short film by artist Ayesha Hameed with Susan Shuppli and Dr Kristen Kreider. A Rough History considers the practice by migrants entering the EU of destroying their fingerprints to avoid detection, alongside other histories of fingerprint erasures.