Philadelphia - “Urban Riders,” an art exhibit at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia, allowed
Mary Sebold is a Washington-based contributor to The Arab Weekly.
Philadelphia - “Cultures in the Crossfire: Stories from Syria and Iraq,” an exhibit at the Penn
Washington - To Emirati artist Ebtisam Abdulaziz, whose art is on view at the Arab Gulf States In
Washington - At dinner in London a few years ago, Sabiha al-Khemir announced her appointment as t
Washington - As Washington gears up for the inauguration of a new president who has called for a
Washington - Rarely do the divine and artistic occupy the National Mall in Washington and never
Washington - Palms from Iraq’s sandy deserts coexist with birch trees from Maryland’s snowy fores
Washington - To an Arabic speaker, rawiya is the feminine form of “storyteller”.
Washington - Forbidden Colors, on view at the Gallery Al-Quds in Washington, is a free-for-all in
Washington - When visitors enter Symbolic Cities: The Work of Ahmed Mater, on exhibit at the Smi
Washington - Five years ago, when Filippo Grandi visited Syria as head of the UN Palestinian re
Washington - When it comes to conflict, “the arts should be at the grown-ups’ table, not the kid