Creative Exchange: Artist & Presenter Share-Out
This is your opportunity to share your or other artists’ work with your peers and cultivate awareness and/or interest for collaboration or presenting projects.
|Each presenter will have 5 minutes to share. Please include a web link (artist's website, online gallery, YouTube, Vimeo, etc.) on this spreadsheet. Please stick around after presentations for networking!|
|First Name||Last Name||Organization (if applicable)||E-mail address||Artist Name/Title of Work/Project||Notes||Link to visuals/video/audio/site|
|Sherrine||Azab||A Host of People|
|A Host of People / Cleopatra Boy & Death of Cleopatra||www.ahostofpeople.org|
|Andrea||Shaker||College of St. Benedict/St. John's Universityemail@example.com||on bayt: an exhibition of still and moving images||this work is not yet on-line, as the exhibition opens Nov. 7, I've included a general website link, please let me know if you would like to see examples of the work prior to MOVE 2019.||https://www.csbsju.edu/art/faculty/shaker|
|Zachariah||Barghouti||TAKE ON HATE|
|Ahmed Mansour: Brooklyn Inshallah (film)||Zachariah Barghouti will present the share-out on behalf of Ahmed Mansour, the filmmaker. Film synopsis: Brooklyn Inshallah" chronicles the campaign of the first Arab American Palestinain Lutheran Pastor, Khader El-Yateem, ever to run for NY City Council. It captures the political transformation of the Bay Ridge community and how they went from only 250 to vote in 2017 to over 6000 new registered voters in 2019. With the support of political activist Linda Sarsour, he mounts the campaign of a lifetime, taking viewers into the heart of identity politics.||https://www.brooklyninshallah.com/|
|Nabil||Mousa||Artistfirstname.lastname@example.org||American Landscape series||Using orange as a color representative of fear, Mousa’s mixed-media American Landscape Series takes up the fraught politics of LGBTQ rights in America.||http://www.nabilmousa.com/artist-statement/|
|Outcomes of the Lutheran Schools in the Holy Land||Featuring high school students speaking in their own voice, the outcomes of the Lutheran Schools in the Holy Land are shared. The 4 schools start with preschool and continue to Grade 12 with co-educational classrooms and curriculum designed to support inquiry, creativity, leadership with inter-faith dialog and peace resolution. Students are from Ramallah, Bethlehem, Beit Jala and Beit Sahour.||https://tinyurl.com/ELCJHL|
|Julia Jamal||Boudiab||Cleveland Public Theatre|
|Masrah Cleveland Al-Arabi||Cleveland Public Theatre believes when communities come together to share their stories, we grow a stronger and more vibrant city. Through Masrah Cleveland Al-Arabi, Arabic-speaking communities of Cleveland share vital, life-affirming stories celebrating family, dignity, and freedom of expression. These stories affirm a rich heritage and seek to move Cleveland to shed preconceptions and stereotypes, and grow empathy and understanding. |
Masrah Cleveland Al-Arabi is open to all people who share a heritage from Arabic-speaking cultures with an interest in theatre regardless of experience. The ensemble broadly includes third generation Americans, as well as recent arrivals, Muslims, Christians, and other faiths, who are curious and passionate.
|Wessam||Elmeligi||University of Michigan-Dearbornemail@example.com||Jamila; Y & Y, two graphic novels|
Two graphic novels. Jamila follows a Nubian woman's journey from Egypt to Europe and the US and back. Y & Y follows two children who find themselves in their city deserted after war.
|Rana||Fayez||YallaPunkfirstname.lastname@example.org||YallaPunk's ongoing curated multidisciplinary programming as an artist-run #transaffirming community redefining the #SWANA narrative||YallaPunk is an artist-run #transaffirming community redefining the #SWANA narrative||www.yallapunk.com|
NOTE: Presenters who sign up below this line will be able to present time-permitting.