Publishers are showing new interest in creative poetry and fiction by young Palestinians whose works reflect the emotional and physical scars of displacement.
A new art grant from the Misk Art Institute provides major support for artists and could help shift attitudes about careers in art.
Though considered “one of the most significant Arab writers of the twentieth century,” Nazik al-Mala’ika was little known in English. A new bilingual edition creates a fuller portrait of her work.
Abdelaziz Baraka Sakin fled Sudan to escape persecution. His 2009 novel The Jungo, once banned, has won praise and prizes—in Arabic and in French translation.
Art by Arab artists, on view online and at the Middle East Institute in Washington, D.C., reflects on universal feelings of isolation and confinement caused by the coronavirus crisis.
The film industry is growing as the kingdom modernizes, and university film programs are poised to attract more students who want to study at home.
Two artist-academics have written a textbook on Arab graphic design that is a landmark in capturing the regional history of the discipline.
Young artists have submitted more than a thousand works to Sharjah Youth’s “Art for All” project, a virtual exhibit that will be on view later this month.
The dual-language volume does not aim to be completist or canonical, but it may help amend the dearth of contemporary Arabic poetry in English translation.
Scores of educational, arts and cultural organizations saw their facilities damaged or destroyed in the August 4 port explosion.