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Amman: Hakaya Annual Festival
Amman: Hakaya Annual Festival | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanThe Hakaya Festival in Amman focuses on Stories and their centrality in learning, art, and life.. “Reading life” instead of letters and words is the over-arching vision of the project.
 
First Festival for Arabic and Mediterranean Cinema, Tripoli
Ben Boubaker Youssef   
First Festival for Arabic and Mediterranean Cinema, Tripoli | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanTripoli organises its first Festival for Arabic and Mediterranean Cinema.
 
Where the streets have new names
Josef Burton   

Where the streets have new names | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanJust like the other revolutionary countries – most notably Egypt but also Tunisia, Bahrain, Syria and others – Libya has seen an explosion in street art. Under Gaddafi, neither political opposition nor independent cultural expressions were tolerated.

 
Transit – Valletta’s changing urban landscape
Transit – Valletta’s changing urban landscape  | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanLike many other Mediterranean cities, Malta’s capital city, Valletta’s urban landscape is changing constantly. TRANSIT, an urban art project aims to raise awareness on the link between built environment and the social fabric of a city through creativity, artistic expression, urban research and audio-visual documentation.
 
The Malta Arts Festival
The Malta Arts Festival | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanBreaking boundaries, challenging conventions and redefining the artistic culture of an island have become trademark qualities of the Malta Summer Arts Festival.
 
WAW Al-Balad: the first cultural agenda in Jordan
WAW Al-Balad: the first cultural agenda in Jordan | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanNot only an acronym for Where and When but also for Who and Why, WAW AlBalad is a bilingual monthly magazine that features cultural and artistic events taking place in Amman, in an effort to celebrate culture and art with the greatest audience possible in the country.
 
First Festival for Arabic and Mediterranean Cinema, Tripoli
Ben Boubaker Youssef   
First Festival for Arabic and Mediterranean Cinema, Tripoli | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanTripoli organises its first Festival for Arabic and Mediterranean Cinema.
 
The joys and anger of the walls in Libya
Ben Boubakar Youssef   
The joys and anger of the walls in Libya | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanThe revolution of the 17th February in Libya has given rise to new artistic ways of expression never seen before in the country. The graffiti and paintings on the walls and in urban areas have become very popular and serve as an outlet for artists.
 
Malta Contemporary Art
Malta Contemporary Art | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterraneanMark Mangion has taken it upon himself to promote the contemporary visual arts in Malta. He has worked with innumerable local and foreign artists and established himself as one of the leading participants in the contemporary scene.
 
The artist, the teacher and the curator
The artist, the teacher and the curator | babelmed | art - culture - show - cinema - concert - music - mediterranean“When I was a kid, I'd tell my mother that I wanted to become an artist. I don't think she took me seriously back then, because this didn't seem like a realistic career (it still doesn't). I loved drawing a lot as a kid, then as a teenager I realised that I could express my inner 'self' in words too.
 

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