What's On 

 November 2022


Dear audience,
You can now mark the Museum’s November 2022 events on your digital calendar (pc or mobile) through this link.


Stay tuned for the Palestinian Museum Fourth Annual Conference on
November 8 - 9
Exhibition Guided Tour
‘A People by the Sea: Narratives from the Palestinian Coast (1748-1948)’

Assistant Curator: Malak Abdel Wahab
Tuesday, November 8th | 9:00-9:30
Location: The Palestinian Museum
Tour language: Arabic

Please register in advance by contacting activities@palmuseum.org 

The Palestinian Museum Fourth Annual Conference
Launch of Research Grant Projects

Tuesday, November 8th to Wednesday, November 9th | 9:00-17:00
Location: Said Khoury Building for Development Studies, Conference Hall 104-Birzeit University
Language: Arabic and English, interpretation provided

The Palestinian Museum invites you to attend its Fourth Annual Conference to launch the research grant projects produced within the open call framework. This is the largest batch of research grants awarded focusing on Palestinian culture. Launched in 2019 as part of the Museum’s new focus on supporting research, the grants aimed to offer new perspectives on Palestinian culture, fill knowledge gaps on Palestinian art history, and foster knowledge production around the themes of the Museum’s annual exhibitions, such as Printed in Jerusalem and A People by the Sea: Narratives from the Palestinian Coast.

Participants: Rania Jawad; Kirsten Scheid; Ahmad Amara; Abbad Yahya; Nadi Abusaada; Jamal Nabulsi; Leila Abdelrazaq; Adey Almohsen; Ahmad Asaad, Clarissa Fonseca; Khai’laa’ Jumaa; Saleem Zoughbi; Faten Mitwasi; Laura Tibi; Sary Zananiri; and Olga Nefadova.


Tour of the Palestinian Museum Gardens

Professor of Plant Biology: Munir Naser, PhD
Thursday, November 17th | 12:00-13:00
Location: The Palestinian Museum
Language: Arabic

Palestine is distinguished by the abundance of its flora both indigenous and transplanted. The local Palestinian landscape is characterised by a natural landscape, and a cultural landscape, shaped by horticultural practices.


Join us on an adventurous and curiosity-piquing tour, during which you will see aromatic and medicinal plants and traditional legumes and cereal crops surrounded by wild fruit trees. At the end of the tour, we will enjoy a bowl of warm lentil soup.

Please register in advance by contacting: activities@palmuseum.org  

Night at the Museum

Sunday, November 20th | 18:00-20:00

The Palestinian Museum welcomes you between 6-8 PM to visit the exhibition A People by the Sea, enjoy the Museum gardens, and watch the sunset from its open terrace facing the coast.

Extended hours for the public to see the exhibition in the evening offer a better chance for those with busy schedules during the day to be able to visit, along with their families and friends.

Object-in-Focus
Artist Manar Zuabi
‘Saraya, The Third Appearance’

Artwork inspired by ‘Saraya, the Ogre’s Daughter: A Palestinian Fairy Tale’ by Emile Habibi
Wednesday, November 30th | 14:00
Location: Palestinian Museum social media platforms
Language: Arabic

‘Saraya, The Third Appearance’, an artwork commissioned by Manar Zuabi based on ‘Saraya, the Ogre’s Daughter: A Palestinian Fairy Tale’ by Emile Habibi, is a multimedia work with different components distributed throughout the Museum. In our talk with the artist, we will discover the symbols and connotations of the work across its various mediums and the unusual spaces the work is placed in throughout the exhibition A People by the Sea.

About Manar Zuabi: A Palestinian artist, born in Nazareth in 1964. She earned a B.Ed. in Physical Education with a concentration in Contemporary Dance from the Wingate Institute and an MA in Visual Arts from Haifa University. Zuabi's practise encompasses performance, installation and video art.