Thirty years of Musrara

How the Musrara School of Art and Society brought hope to a forgotten neighborhood.

October 26, 2017 19:50
Hana Jaeger, 2013, markers & acrylic on paper; part of ‘Resistance’ exhibition.

Hana Jaeger, 2013, markers & acrylic on paper; part of ‘Resistance’ exhibition.. (photo credit: MUSRARA)


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Musrara: The Naggar Multidisciplinary School of Art and Society is celebrating 30 years to its establishment with special events and exhibitions, featuring the works and creations of graduates, current students, as well as teachers and social activists.

Beginning with its main event on October 24, the school celebrated with musical performances, video art and films, and the opening of the “Free Radicals and Antioxidants” exhibition, which explores art as a means of healing for an individual, society, and politics.


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