From the coastal towns of the north, to the mountainous villages of Lebanon, basket making is rooted in Lebanese tradition.
Beirut Art Film Festival (BAFF) is back for its fourth edition this November, with a varied program of films and documentaries catering to lovers of art and culture. Here are five things to get excited.
There’s never a shortage of events in Lebanon. From hikes around the country to a Halloween-themed film festival, check out our picks for this week.
With only a few days left before STUDIOCUR/Art’s exhibition Cycles of Collapsing Progress closes, curator Karina El Helou reflects on the attention the show has brought to the Rashid Karami International Fair and to Tripoli.
If you’re looking for things to do this weekend then look no further! Our top picks will have you jumping for joy.
The Grand Sofar Hotel has reopened its doors for the first time in decades this month, allowing visitors to explore the once-opulent halls where the likes of Oum Kalthoum and Asmahan spent their summers.
Staged for the first time ever this month, Lebanon’s European Theatre Festival will be taking over Masrah al-Madina, bringing a varied mix of plays from EU member countries to the Lebanese audience.
The southern town of Jezzine is renowned for its ornate firebird cutlery. Made of elaborately inlaid bone and a phoenix-shaped handle, the design of the firebird changes from family to family but the story is the same.
The second edition of Beirut Design Fair will bring both local and international design talents on to the capital from 20-23 September.
Celebrating the female directors of the world, the Lebanese Film Festival returns for its 13th edition from 17-21 September.