Arda Aghazarian is a communications consultant with ample experience in creative and professional writing, and has also worked in audiovisual production—including film and radio. Arda has delivered training, public speaking, and mentoring at key global events, mostly on issues related to women and conflict, identity, language, and narrative.
A new book traces the deeply rooted history and contributions of Armenians in Palestine.
Schools, art centers, galleries, and cafés between Jaffa Gate and New Gate open their doors for Palestinian arts and cultural activities to usher in the fall season.
Palestinians from across the country stage a photo exhibit of the Old City markets in seven cities that displays simultaneously in each, spotlighting shared heritage.
Traumatized and paralyzed as a teenager, an intrepid journalist found healing through holistic medicine and yoga.
Palestinian musicians brought their inventive jazz, classical Arabic music, and hip-hop blends to the 25th annual Jerusalem Festival in August 2021.
Palestinian storyteller Husam Abu Eisheh has dedicated his talents to creating theater in Jerusalem for decades, using humor as resistance.
An East Jerusalem love story that survived more than 20 years of involuntary separation
Young Palestinian Jerusalemite women find their voices in the Banat al-Quds (Daughters of Jerusalem) choir and ensemble.
The Jerusalem Arab Film Festival (JAFF) opens the Screens of Hope and Imagination with exquisite films from the Arab region.