Rehab Nazzal is a Palestinian-born multidisciplinary artist based in Toronto.
Her video and photo exbibition Invisible was held in Ottawa and will be exhibited in other locations across Canada.
Rehab Nazzal agreed to be interviewed by rabble.ca about the exhibit and about her experience. The exhibition, Nazzal said, raised important discussions on the role of art, government and censorship. She added, "I ended up with enough material for a new exhibition about this whole experience."
Mad Pride Hamilton is throwing an insane party on Saturday, July 19 -- and you’re invited! This celebratory event is FREE, family friendly and open to the public. The location is wheelchair accessible.
Who's invited? All Mad people, consumer/survivors of the mental health system, people labeled with mental illness, and friends who support us.
What to bring:
The fourth annual Vancouver Mini Maker Faire returns to inspire DIY enthusiasts at Vancouver's biggest show and tell. At this family-friendly event, diverse Makers come together as a community to share what they have made and learned with interactive displays, demonstrations, and Making opportunities relating to art, electronics, robotics, music, crafts, kinetic sculptures, fire art, computer hacking, quilting, farming, engineering, and everything in between.
As part of the 11th annual Tangled Arts Festival, the renowned Split Britches will debut their new production, RUFF, on May 9 and 10. Directed by Lois Weaver, RUFF is a solo performance by Peggy Shaw that illustrates her personal reflection on acquired disability. Pioneers of the queer and feminist theatre movement, Split Britches’ have defined a generation of performance.
Join Cinema Politica @ The Boor for the Canadian premiere of this stunning fiction film (inspired by a real creative journey) co-presented with the Toronto Palestine Film Festival, Beit Zatoun, POV Magazine and in collaboration with Israeli Apartheid Week Toronto. A Q&A with the filmmakers will follow the projection and guest speakers (TBA) will present the film. Entry BY DONATION!
MARS AT SUNRISE / Jessica Habie / PS - CA - US / 2013 / 90 ' / Arabic - Hebrew - English / S.T. English
An art show dedicated to Nova Scotian landscapes painted by four women from the Prospect area with 10 per cent of sales going to The Nature Conservancy of Canada.