#AceHistoryNews – Dec.04: In partnership with the Middle East Monitor, the Palestinian History Tapestry invites you to attend its Launch on 11 December 2018: Made by Palestinian women from within and outside Palestine, the Tapestry is probably the largest embroidered collection of illustrative work ever produced by Palestinian embroiderers……………Join us in solidarity with Palestinians worldwide on the 70th anniversary of the adoption of UN Resolution 194 calling for the Palestinian right of return…………..The Palestinian History Tapestry illustrates the history of the Land of Palestine, from the Neolithic era to the present. It draws attention to the history and heritage of the Palestinian people and their land, and to their internationally confirmed right to return to the homes from which they were expelled in 1948 #AceHistoryDesk reports
The Palestinian History Tapestry is an expression of ‘sumud’ (steadfastness) and solidarity: The project is in support of Palestinian women: women who live an oppressed existence, who are poor, whose land has been taken from them; many whose families have lived for over half a century in refugee camps throughout the Middle East; women who, like any wife or mother, desperately want to take care of their families but face a daily struggle for survival.
The Tapestry Project is empowering Palestinian women, enabling them to engage in income generation, whilst telling the story of the villages and towns, the life and heritage of their forebears, the indigenous people of Palestine, through beautiful, skilled embroidery in the Palestine History Tapestry Project.
Come see the embroidered tapestry panels and engage with our panelists, discussing Palestinian embroidery, the PHT project and later history of Palestine with a special focus on Resolution 194.
The History of Palestinian Embroidery
Shelagh Weir (Former Middle East Curator for the British Museum)
The Story of the Palestinian History Tapestry
Jan Chalmers (PHT Co-Founder)
Later History of Palestine and UN Resolution 194
Karl Sabbagh (Author and PHT Historical Advisor)
Reflections on the Palestinian History Tapestry
Jehan Alfarra (Palestinian Journalist)
Ibrahim Muhtadi (PHT Facilitator and Designer)
The exhibition will run at P21 Gallery until 22 December 2018.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Travelling in by train/tube is the best option. Euston, Euston Square, King’s Cross and St Pancras International are within a few minutes of the British Library.
Alternatively, you can take the bus. Dozens of routes run near the library, including 10, 30, 59, 63, 73 and 91. There is no on-site parking, however, paid car parks and limited on-street parking is available around the library.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please pop us an email at events, or call us on +44 (0)20 8838 0231
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Nope! It’d be helpful if you do bring a printed ticket or show us the ticket confirmation on your phone, but we can still sign you in without them – we will just need the name used during registration!
Can I update my registration information?
Sure. You can amend the number of tickets, or cancel your tickets, through your EventBrite account. Alternatively, simple email or call us using the details above.
Will the event be Live Streamed?
Please note: The event will be filmed and photographed by us and third-party media partners. By attending you consent to your image being used in broadcast and marketing by Middle East Monitor, The Palestinian History Tapestry and our media partners.
Middle East Monitor
The Palestinian History Tapestry to launch on 11 December 2018 at @P21Gallery
The Tapestry tells the story of the villages and towns, the life and the indigenous people of Palestine | #PalestinianTapestry https://t.co/y39HaYBJJa Published: December.04: 2018:
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