Yes its been that long and the dinner party was way overdue. With the help of our resource development team; Jumana Husseini and Hind Dabbagh, Makan invites artists, family and friends and people who... more info
Conversations around citizenship and the relationship between the inhabitants of Amman to their city has been a topic dwelled on many times in the past years. Ideas and theories related to the city... more info
The making of the Silk Roads, organised by ArtHub presents in Bangkok
August 27-30, 2009http://www.arthubasia.org
Samah Hijawi represented Makan in the Making of Silk Roads symposium with a... more info
Shatana Hill is a residency by artists Olivia Plender, Ahmed El Sayed, Romeo Gongora and Anna Korteweg, who returned to Jordan for a residency in Shatana village. Their return was a result of their... more info
On the one hand Makan arrived to Argentina with a pre notion that we will find steaks and tango on the streets, on the other hand, and upon introduction we are often asked questions about Arabic food... more info
The new year arrived with two artists in residence, Saba Innab and Tom Bogaert
( stay tuned to there latest news )
Ola and Diala are back from their voyage exploring Latin America and the Pacific... more info
Makan is venturing into its 7th year and so much has happened. Where did the time go? In one form or another, Makan worked with over 120 artists, some visual others sound, some local others from... more info
As part of our six-week residency at Makan, we are working on an installation that explores our ancestral connection to the Middle East. Our starting point is audio recordings of our family and the... more info
Amman, March 10th 2010
 
“Park” is the title of visual artist Saba Innab’s latest project, an intervention in Makan. The exhibition, opened on the 8th of March at Makan, investigates notions about... more info

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