Art Exhibition: Visualizing Palestine / The Art of Nidal El-Khairy (9 mars)

Art Exhibition: Visualizing Palestine / The Art of Nidal El-Khairy
Monday, March 9, 9am-5pm
7th Floor, 1455 de Maisonneuve West
(métro Guy-Concordia)
part of Israeli Apartheid Week-Montreal[:]

– accessible to wheelchairs
– free – welcome to all

VISUALIZING PALESTINE: Visualizing Palestine is the intersection of communication, social sciences, technology, design and urban studies for social justice. Visualizing Palestine uses creative visuals to describe a factual rights-based narrative of Palestine/Israel. Info:

NIDAL EL-KHAIRY: The art exhibition will also present paper and poster reproductions of selected works of Nidal El-Khairy. Nidal is a Palestinian artist based in Amman, Jordan. He lived and organized in Montreal for four years before moving back to the Middle East in 2006. His art practice is based in disciplines and techniques such as drawing, stencil, illustration, comics and muralism. His work has been featured in art spaces and websites such as Electronic Intifada, in newspapers such as Al Akhbar and Ak Safeer in Lebanon, as well as on a Noam Chomsky book cover. He has participated in group shows such as Artists Against the Israeli Occupation, in both Montreal and Tokyo, as well at Caracas, Toronto, Beirut and Amman. Info:

This one-day art exhibition is organized jointly by SPHR Concordia & QPIRG Concordia, as part of Israeli Apartheid Week in Montreal.

During the Art Exhibition, there will be a special serving of People’s Potato at 12:30pm, as well an Apartheid 101 Workshop at 1:30pm ( Parts of Visualizing Palestine will move to H-110 for 6pm, just before Cinema Politica’s screening of Born In Gaza (info: