Participation form: Time, Synchrony, and The Divine
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This Ramadan, our digital program Jam'atna returns with Nahla Tabbaa, to present you a series of four online Suhoor Happenings that explore the communal spirit of Ramadan in a multi-dimensional way, addressing the Holy Month’s reconstruction of time. The invited hosts are inspired by our restructured eating habits, surrendering and the altering of our pace as a sacred act to synchronise with the holy month and transcend our daily urban rhythms and cycles. Each host invites participants of the happening to rethink how their own creative practices synchronise and align with the values of the Holy Month.

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Happenings Details:

April 19th, 9:00 pm:
A Fulfilling Morsel
Azim Al Ghussein and Rouba Shaath
Through soap making, participants will learn to extend a significant ingredient into a form that allows for sharing with a larger group over a slower time period. Participants are encouraged to consider who does this sharing extend to, what is being shared and why it is being shared.

April 26th, 9:00 pm:
The Pot
by Attempting Abla Nazira (Moza Almatrooshi & Marwa Benhalim)
Join artists Moza Al Matrooshi and Marwa Benhalim- founders and curators of Attempting Abla Nazira in a roundtable discussion around regional foods and their accompanying idioms, anecdotes and memes. By taking part in this Suhoor happening, you will have the opportunity to join in the ceremonious preparation of a refreshment, and deep dive into critical nuances around food, its origins, and pop culture.

May 3rd, 9:00 pm:
Words and Symbols
by Farah Chamma and Joanna Barakat
The worlds of words and symbols are brought together in a collaboration between poet Farah Chamma and artist Joanna Barakat. Inspired by ancient traditions, the poem will first serve as a tool for guidance. The words and meaning will then be turned into symbols which will be incorporated into a talisman. This wearable reminder will be designed and made by the participants using acrylic paint markers and a leather band.

May 10th, 9:00 pm:
Chew With Your Mouth Open
by The Faraway Bistro (Sondos Azzam, Emilie Wall and Freya Smith)
This project will manifest itself into a collective meal in which each participant will be encouraged to interact with their tablescapes in an unconventional manner within the parameters set by the bistro at the time of the Happening. The theme of this project is the disruption of the table. This is encouraged through the use of our napkins embroidered with the words “Chew with your mouth open” to disregard social etiquette through this off-brand feast. The napkins also present a sense of community between the participants as they feast alone.
The audience’s role is to watch the experience unfold while the participants challenge their interactions with their individual tablescapes.

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