After school closures due to COVID-19, BeMA’s art education program returns for its third year in 13 public schools under the theme of “Shaping Tomorrow”.
This year’s theme will attempt to inspire students to reflect on their common future after the recent devastating events and the difficult living conditions in Lebanon.
Through art-based activities, the artists will seek to convey the possibility of grasping threads of hope by conceiving pathways for the future and, in doing so, configuring a perspective of collective healing.
The students, together with the artists, will also develop the capacity to find their own place in the globalized world, forge social bonds and shape their identity.
The three additional participating schools for 2021-2022 are the modern school for girls in Tripoli, Estephan Atieh public school in Batroun, and Abdul Karim Al Khalil public school in Beirut with the following new joining artists: Ibtissam Dib, Jad Nassour, Collective Kahraba, Elissa Raad, Ramy Saad, and Rayane Raidi.