Painting Ramallah’s intangible cultural heritage: New grant for artists

Jerusalem24 – The Ramallah municipality has launched a grant in the form of two individual studio spaces, which will be granted to artists residing and working in the city of Ramallah in specific artistic and cultural fields, specifically artists whose work has led them to research the fields of intangible cultural heritage in the city.

“Within its comprehensive strategic vision for the city and support of artists after the Corona pandemic and its repercussions on the Palestinian cultural and artistic scene in general, the Ramallah Municipality is launching the grants,” says Sally Abu Baker, from the Ramallah Municipality.

Sally explains that the studios receive applications from individual artists or small groups active in various artistic fields, including but not limited to visual arts (including painting, photography, and video art), performing arts (including music and theater), literature, and more.

For more information on how to apply, listen to the full interview on Vibes.

Nadeen Alshaer

Alshaer is a Palestinian journalist, a Birzeit University graduate with a B.A. in TV and Radio Broadcasting Journalism. Alshaer has 6 years of experience in journalism. She currently works as a reporter, editor and presenter/producer for PBC-Palestine TV and Jerusalem24 radio. She’s a UN and Kelley School of Business alumna.

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