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Celebrating the living diversity of Palestinian identity within the Western Australian community through handmade, traditional tatreez embroidery

  • Dates:10 June - 22 August
  • Time(s):Wed - Fri 10am-5pm, Sat 11am - 3pm
  • Venue:Midland Junction Arts Centre

Details

  • Hosted By:Midland Junction Arts Centre
  • Venue Address:276 Great Eastern Hwy, Midland
  • Ticket Price:Free
  • Venue:Midland Junction Arts Centre

Description

Palestinian Threads and Stitches celebrates the living diversity of Palestinian identity within the Western Australian community. Handmade, traditional tatreez embroidery pieces are stitched together into a single cloth, just as the stories of the women who made them are stitched together with the common threads of identity.

Palestinian Threads and Stitches features the work of Doua'a Abdullah, Randa Abu Hejleh, Rusaila Bazlamit, Abeer Daour, Hiba El-Farra, Samya Jabbour, Sabrina Odeh, Samiha Olwan, Batool Nairat, Abla Ruhayel, Rana Sallaj and Masa Tufaha.

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Extra Curricular Exhibition

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