Traveling Exhibitions

The Museum of the Palestinian People began as the Nakba Museum Project, a series of traveling exhibits featuring maps, photographs, and graphs outlining significant historical events in Palestine; photographs of nonviolent resistance in the West Bank; paintings by Palestinian artists living in refugee camps; and video firsthand accounts of the Nakba. The exhibits have been presented throughout the United States.

We invite you to join us on our upcoming exhibitions and events. Please check this website for updates or sign up for our newsletter.

In 2016, we reached audiences across more than 15 US venues with Palestinian art, stories, history and the mission of the museum:

  • January – February: Calvary Baptist Church Building, Washington, D.C.
  • March: Roanoke College, Virginia
  • April: Universal Education Foundation, Fort Wayne, Indiana
  • April: Manchester University, Peace Studies Institute, Manchester, Indiana
  • April: Plymouth Congregational Church, Fort Wayne, Indiana
  • April: Rage Art Gallery, Syracuse, New York
  • April: Stanford University, California
  • April: The Jerusalem Fund & Palestine Center, Washington, D.C.
  • July: Palestinian American Community Center, New Jersey
  • October: DC Palestine Film & Art Festival
  • October: Eastern Mennonite University, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • November: A Night Celebrating Palestinian Art, Music and Culture, Washington DC
  • December: American Arabesque: A Celebration of Culture, Alexandra, Virginia
  • December: Partnered with Palestinian American Artist Manal Deeb, Lorton, Virginia

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