Calendar


exit the echo chamber- At Cloud Club (an Artery event)
Sep
13
7:30 PM19:30

exit the echo chamber- At Cloud Club (an Artery event)

exit the echo chamber- is a performance of poetry, music, and videography. 

In this performance; a dark atmosphere with projected videography of artist Khalil Younis (commissioned by Morgenland Festival), original cello/electric music of musician and composer George Crotty, and original poetry of poet and writer Hussam Jefee-Bahloul.

TICKETED EVENT.  For tickets please click here.

Exit the echo chamber- is a multimedia performance centered around original poetry of Hussam Jefee-Bahloul, a Syrian poet, writer and psychiatrist who lives in America. The poems merge with original electric musical scores by composer and cellist George Crotty. An installation of a video art piece by Syrian artist Khalil Younis ties the creative elements together in one multi-sensory experience. The performance elicits an experience that explores themes of- time, change, loss, war, and exile. It does it through creative elements that transcend the collective/public into the singular/private.
View Event →
exit the echo chamber - At Boston College
Sep
12
8:00 PM20:00

exit the echo chamber - At Boston College

exit the echo chamber- is a performance of poetry, music, and videography. 

In this performance; a dark atmosphere with projected videography of artist Khalil Younis (commissioned by Morgenland Festival), original cello/electric music of musician and composer George Crotty, and original poetry of poet and writer Hussam Jefee-Bahloul.

FREE ADMISSION. Doors open 8pm, performance start 8:30pm. This performance is sponsored by the Boston College Department of Music, and the Program for Islamic Civilizations and Societies.

 

Exit the echo chamber- is a multimedia performance centered around original poetry of Hussam Jefee-Bahloul, a Syrian poet, writer and psychiatrist who lives in America. The poems merge with original electric musical scores by composer and cellist George Crotty. An installation of a video art piece by Syrian artist Khalil Younis ties the creative elements together in one multi-sensory experience. The performance elicits an experience that explores themes of- time, change, loss, war, and exile. It does it through creative elements that transcend the collective/public into the singular/private.
View Event →
May
13
7:00 PM19:00

Ta'sheeq in D.C. at The Jerusalem Fund Gallery

Ta'sheeq performance

At The Jerusalem Fund Gallery Al-Quds

Gallery Al-Quds, in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut and the Middle East Institute’s Arts and Culture Program, present ta'sheeq | تعشيق in a choreographed performance of poetry in-translation, music and visual art.


2425 Virginia Ave. NW
Washington, DC
20037


To RSVP Click here OR call 202-338 1958 

MORE DETAILS HERE!

View Event →
Oct
29
7:00 PM19:00

Ta'sheeq at Alwan for the Arts

Ta'sheeq at Alwan for the Arts: poetry in a multi-sensory experience


Tickets: $20 General Admission | $15 Students and Seniors
Available at the door or online (Buy now)

Doors open at 6:30pm

Connect to the event page at Alwan for the Arts

Ta'sheeq in Arabic means dovetail. In this project, a collective of Syrian poets, musicians and visual artists collaborate and merge their passions to recreate and present poetry featuring performance, live art and musical accompaniment. By weaving these creative forms, the artists transcend imposed creative boundaries and offer new experiential nuances.

Selected poems will be read in Arabic and translated into English in a choreographed performance.

Alwan for the Arts:
16 Beaver Street, 4th Floor
(between Broad St. and Broadway)
New York, NY 10004
(646) 732-3261
— http://www.alwanforthearts.org/
View Event →