Kategorie: Orient-Institut Beirut

A Few Things You Need to Know When Creating an Art Project in a Public Space in Lebanon

Check out the new tool guide on art in public spaces in Lebanon, a project by T.A.P (Temporary Art Platform). This is what T.A.P. says about the project: A Few Things You Need to Know When Creating an Art Project in a Public Space in Lebanon Art in public spaces in Lebanon: A research project and tool guide on the legal and administrative challenges and opportunities In collaboration with Nayla Geagea, Attorney at Law This research project and tool guide is part of the […]

IETM Satellite Meeting Beirut & History of Censorship in Lebanon

IETM will hold its Satellite Meeting Beirut between 6 and 9 October 2016, focusing on Freedom of Expression. In the words of IETM: The Satellite’s programme will thrash out such crucial topics as mobility, cultural policies, funding, gender equality in the cultural sector, decentralization of culture and more. Multifaceted discussions, roundtables, encounters, visits and performances will reveal Beirut as a place where, similarly to the rest of the Arab region, artists and cultural operators are reclaiming public space, defying mobility restrictions and persistently making […]

Call for Papers: 2. Jahreskonferenz der Max Weber Stiftung (28.-30.11.2016, Warschau)

Österreich-Ungarn und die imperialen Herausforderungen im 19. und frühen 20. Jahrhundert: Nationalismen und Rivalitäten im Habsburgerreich, in Europa und in der Welt Organisiert von der Max Weber Stiftung, dem Deutschen Historischen Institut Warschau und dem Ludwig Boltzmann Institut für Kriegsfolgen-Forschung … Weiterlesen

Video: Wohin treibt der Nahe Osten?/Where is the Middle East Heading? (4)

Panel III: Minderheiten, Konflikte und neue Einflüsse/Minorities, conflicts and new impacts Chair: Dr. Thomas Scheffler, Beirut Die folgenden Vorträge waren Teil der Konferenz “Wohin treibt der Nahe Osten? Ethno-religiöse Minderheiten im Nahen Osten zwischen Verfolgung und Selbstbehauptung”, die vom 30. … Continue reading

FOOD FABRICATION: Culinary practices and food politics in the Arab world

The Orient-Institut Beirut and the Goethe-Institut Lebanon take a closer look at culinary practices and food politics in the Arab world Beirut, 14-17 January 2015 Taking a comprehensive look at food heritage, politics and practices in Lebanon and the Arab World, the Orient-Institut Beirut and the Goethe-Institut Lebanon are pleased to announce their forthcoming forum Food Fabrication, to take place in Beirut from 14 to 17 January 2015. Food is a basic need, yet a subject of contestation, especially in this region where food […]