Dar Jacir: Care, Hospitality, and Criticality
April 27, 2022, 22:00
How does the street and locality inform the practice of Dar Jacir? How are practices of care, hospitality and solidarity embedded in our work? What are the pedagogical practices of the space and what can alternative models of education provide emerging artists in Palestine? This seminar took a look into Dar Jacir’s experience of running and sustaining an artist-led space in Bethlehem, Palestine, and shared projects that were produced on-site, and which continue to shape and build on to its programs.
Aline Khoury is a cultural manager, producer and researcher living and working in Palestine. She is currently the Programs Director at Dar Yusuf Nasri Jacir for Art and Research (Bethlehem). Aline worked with arts and cultural organizations and networks across Palestine, including Al Ma’mal Foundation for Contemporary Art (Jerusalem), Qalandiya International and Shafaq- Jerusalem Arts Network, and was a regional facilitator in Arts Collaboratory, a translocal ecosystem of 25 socially engaged arts organizations.
Part of the Fairhaven College of Interdisciplinary Studies program, Western Washington University.