INSPIRATION / MY BEIRUT

Birds & Origami @ Beirut Art Center

Fly Bird is an experience not to be missed with the collaboration of Dar Onboz (independent award winning Lebanese publishing house) and Beirut Art Center. Every Saturday between 1 & 2 pm, take your children and yourself and discover the magic of story telling by Nadine Touma, and the art of folding paper by Jad Hallaj, as well as many more activities emphasizing Birds in all its splendor. The exhibition and activities aim to rediscover the beautiful world of the birds, which is practically disappearing in the city of Beirut. Adults and kids will enjoy this outing, which is also for free. The exhibition relies on selling their artifacts, among them the beautifully drawn hand made tiles, the embroidery kits story books, CD’s and the coloring stickers.

Hopefully the pictures will inspire to visit the next coming Saturdays…

entrance of BAC

{entrance of BAC}

{lovely graffiti outside BAC}

{lovely graffiti outside BAC}

{a moment}

{a moment}

{Jad our origami teacher}

{Jad our origami teacher}

{here we go...fold fold and fold again...}

{here we go…fold fold and fold again…}

{working very hard}

{working very hard}

{not bad as a first timer!!}

{not bad as a first timer!!}

{the real thing!}

{the real thing!}

{story telling with shadows}

{story telling with shadows}

{fascinated by the flying birds...}

{fascinated by the flying birds…}

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{bird motives on Lebanese hand made tiles}

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{stunning…}

{lovely hand made tiles}

{birds birds birds}

for directions to Beirut Art Center, click here.

Hurry up, the exhibition ends April 6, which leaves you 6 Saturdays to explore!

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