Makan(dot)NOW, Featured MidEast Art Space + Arts & Democracy transcript on the role of Culture in Revolutionary Times

Posted on March 2, 2011 | No Comments

Makan(dot)NOW at Makan House in Amman, Jordan — In response to these electrifying historical days in the region, Makan opens its doors wide inviting you to meet, chat, collaborate and make artwork. Imagine Makan as a podium, a theater, a screen, a lab, a friend. Come meet in Makan, on the balcony when it is sunny, on the couch to keep warm, we have chairs, tables, internet and tea. Bring your maglie calcio poco prezzo conversation, your blog, dreams, ideas, your worries; bring food and friends. Suggest a poetry reading session, a cultural dialogue, a film screening, a mural, or … or …

Also, if you missed out on the Arts & Democracy Project international conference call on Democracy Movements in Egypt, the Middle East & North Africa on March 2nd with Dalia Basiouny, writer & theatre artist (Egypt); Ahmed Issawi, Alwan for the Arts (Egypt/NYC); and Khaled Mattawa, poet & professor (Libya/Michigan), check out the recorded transcript.


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