Amman Tech Tuesdays are back, this month with the Open Source Edition, so all you technology enthusiasts out there, don’t miss an evening of networking and interesting presentations.
It’s also Ta3leeleh time, so head to Mohtaraf Remal on Monday for Amman’s monthly open mic evening.
El Far3i: Tareq Abu Kwaik
This week brings you an invitation into the home of Makan resident artist Savage in his work “I AM Cinema.” You also have two interesting talks; one by photographer and artist Regina Mamou at Darat al-Funun on Tuesday, and another on Community Organizing by Marshall Ganz, Advisor to the Obama campaign on organizing and leadership development.
You also have Scandinavian Film Days with features from Denmark, Sweden and Norway at the Royal Film Commission, and the week wraps up with two intimate live gigs with classic guitar and vocals in the vicinity of Rainbow street; Tareq Abu Kwaik’s “El Far3i” at JAMM, and Hana Malhas with an acoustic show at Turtle Green.
For your full outlook of weekend markets, theater, music, films, and more, read on:
Sunday May 30, 2010
Book of the Week Presentation and Discussion, Department of the National Library, 6:00 pm.
Play directed by Ghannam Ghannam (Arabic), Directorate of Arts and Theater, 8:00 pm.
I AM Cinema (2010): Work by Savage, at Bait makan: artists’ studio/home, 7:00 pm.
Play: One Small Step, at Al-Balad Theater, 8:00 pm.
From Play: One Small Step
Monday May 31, 2010
Scandinavian Film Days: Babette’s Feast/Denmark, Royal Film Commission, 8:30 pm.
Ta3leeleh, a cultural, social, and artistic forum, Mohtaraf Remal/ Jabal Luweibdeh, 8:00 pm.
Swedish Film: One Eye Red
Tuesday June 1, 2010
Scandinavian Film Days: “One Eye Red” by Daniel Wallentin/Sweden, Royal Film Commission, 8:30 pm.
Amman Tech Tuesdays, Princess Sumaya University for Technology/Friendship Hall, 7:00 pm.
Artist Lecture by Regina Mamou, Darat Al Funun, 6:00 pm
Chinese Film “Tuya’s Marriage”, Abdel Hamid Shoman Foundation, 6:30 pm.