Troubled Waters: Images from the Arab World

Outdoors Kristparken, Jakob Kirke, Kubaparkenn, Sørenga & indoors at Khartoum Contemporary Art Center

Opening of the exhibition Opening of the exhibition Please join us for the soft opening of the exhibition on 20 Sept 2022, the opening day of Masahat festival. 18.00: Opening Photo Exhibition Troubled Waters Kristparken18.30: Reception.Khartoum Contemporary Art Center.19.30: walking to TootArd concert. Ingensteds. During the festival week 20-25 September, you will be able to…

Reading circle: about hope

Melahuset Mariboes gate 8, Oslo

In this reading circle, in addition to summarizing and discussing readings, we will have a meeting with the author Iyad El-Baghdadi, with artistic jamming by Sudanese cartoonist Khalid Al Baih and Egyptian rock musician Ramy Essam interluding with reading and discussing. The reading circle will be moderated by Line Khateeb, chair of Masahat board. نرحب بكم في حلقة القراءة: "عن الأمل".…


DER دار: slipp + samtale

Melahuset Mariboes gate 8, Oslo

I august kom tidsskriftet DER دار med en ny utgivelse, hvor temaet er Klima mellom Norge og den arabiske verden. Velkommen til slippet:- Osama Shaheen, redaktør i DER skal introdusere den nye utgaven. - Miljøaktivist, Mustafa Alhajjaj, skal fortelle om hans jobb i frivillig initiativer for å redde havet. Også skal vi ha lesesirkel til en artikkel…


Masahat 2022 | Closing concert with Ramy Essam

Khartoum Contemporary Art Center Bernt Ankers gate 17, Oslo, Oslo

We are thrilled to invite you to Masahat festival closing concert with Egyptian rock singer Ramy Essam! Join us for an unforgettable evening of rock with Egyptian flavor and hiphop influences, inspired by hard rock and grunge with Ramy Essam. “The singer of the Egyptian revolution" - Ramy’s story is shaped by love, hope, and…

Masahat Screens: Let’s hope it rains

Vega Scene Hausmanns gate 30, Oslo

On the last day of Masahat festival 2022, join us for “Let’s hope it rains”, a film program on a long and lazy Sunday afternoon, because one thing is certain: the Middle East is thirsty, but mostly for political will.  Masahat Screens, a contemplative and critical film program curated by Dalia Alkury, invites you to four…