Creative Visuals

Ya Matar Wa Amtor Osama Khaled ft. Ammar Zayed

Ya Matar Wa Amtor (Pour O’ Rain) is a traditional Yemeni mahjal,[1] sung when rain falls in the villages and…

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The Good Tree – Comic

Haifa is a visual storyteller and digital illustrator based in Sana’a. Due to personal circumstances, she was unable to pursue…

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The Meaning of Childhood to Heba

  During childhood our first experiences of life are formed and our first conceptions of what it means to be…

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Photography Against the Apathetic Eye

The attempts are endless. A photographer’s attempts are the ambition to preserve the life and vitality of a moment and…

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Intimate Walls

In the words of the poet Abdulaziz al-Maqaleh, “Sana’a is the capital of the soul and a tavern of light.”…

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Stories Scattered by War

When we break down the larger story, known as “the war in Yemen” into smaller stories, we end up having…

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Al-Komani Records: The Largest Collection of Folk Poetry in the Arab World

Folk culture is close to people’s everyday concerns and joys, ones that are present in their daily lives. That is…

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Souk al-Shenini in the Old City of Taiz

If you happen to be strolling through Taiz looking for artifacts and traditional products, local spices or dried beans and…

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Ramadan Lanterns Light the Neighborhoods of Sana’a: A Celebration of Life and a Refusal of War

We would like to take this opportunity and share the best photo we have received in our call for Ramadan…

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Hadrami Music Takes To The Global Stage

Last month, the Malaysian Opera House Istana Budaya in Kuala Lumpur presented its audience with a special performance by the…

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