Mixed Feelings: Identity, ‘Race’ and Family in Lebanon


Join us for the opening of “Mixed Feelings: Identity, ‘Race’ and Family in Lebanon”, a selection of text and photos from the personal archives of 16 Lebanese families of African / Asian heritage.

6 PM, Thursday January 29

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7 PM with Marta Bogdanska and Nisreen Kaj (project team), and Rania Masri (Associate Director at Asfari Institute for Civil Society and Citizenship).

Showing at Artscape, Makhoul Street, Hamra, (same street as Barometre, located between 3ind Riad Printing and Sky Suites).

The project will remain on display at Artscape until February 14.

For directions to Artscape: 70 037 367 or 76 813 692.
For information on the project: [email protected] or [email protected]


“Mixed Feelings” is a social-visual project that uses a combination of images and words to highlight the issue of racism in contemporary Lebanon. It aims at unpacking and examining ‘race’, racialization, racism, ‘othering’, and different modes of exclusion and inclusion in Lebanon; and creating dialogue and debate around these issues / subjects.

The “Mixed Feelings” project is in cooperation with Heinrich Böll Stiftung Middle East.
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