You can now mark the Museum’s January 2023 events on your digital calendar (pc or mobile) through this link.
La Vita Icon, Life of Saint George
Collector and Researcher: George Al Ama
Thursday, January 19th | 13:00
Join us for a fascinating discussion of a 19th-century icon representing scenes from the life of Saint George, at the centre of which the Saint slays a dragon. It was endowed by Gerges Debbas and his sons to a church in Yaffa on October 3rd, 1875. The inscription on the icon reads: ‘This consecrated icon was made by the hands of the poor servant teacher, Yanko Teodori Tadros, in Al-Quds Al-Sharif’.
|Night at the Museum
Sunday, January 22nd | 17:00-19:00
The Palestinian Museum exclusively invites you to visit the exhibition A People by the Sea, enjoy the Museum gardens, and watch the sunset. Extended evening hours for the public tosee the exhibition offer a better chance for those with busy schedules during the day to be able to visit with their families and friends.
|Exhibition Guided Tour
A People by the Sea: Narratives from the Palestinian Coast (1748-1948)
Assistant Curator: Malak Abdel Wahab
Sunday, January 29th | 13:00-14:00
Location: the Palestinian Museum
Tour Language: Arabic
Please register in advance at: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Highlight of the Month
We invite you to explore the Interactive Encyclopedia of the Palestine Question - PalQuest, and share with you Runa Johannessen’s highlight “Sumud: Steadfastness as Everyday Resistance” from here