Darine Semaan an Artist Painter, who was born in Beirut, Lebanon.
Studied Interior Design but craved for Art, to which she is also open to many other paths & careers.
Also other than being a painter, she sketches authentic places and villages.
\\\ IN A WOMAN'S SHOE ///
Through a vision, a reflection of a Woman's character through her shoe
This course is an exciting take on the medium of photography, through learning how to operate a camera and understanding how to compose a photograph. Students will dive into the world of photography through camera components and will have group discussions to help them build better visuals and learn from each other’s snaps.
The Sursock Museum is pleased to invite you to the opening of "Through the Crowd: A Selection of Images from The Fouad Debbas Collection."
◼ Opening on Thursday 8 March 2018 from 18:00 to 21:00 ◼
On view until 4 June 2018
The Fouad Debbas Collection Gallery, Level 1
Under the Patronage of the President of the Council of Ministers His Excellency Mr. Saad Hariri, the Sursock Museum and the Pierre Sadek Foundation are pleased to invite you to the opening of "Pierre Sadek: Picturing History," on Wednesday 7 February 2018, 18:00 to 21:00.
Swiss Art Talk: Niels Ackermann
Looking for Lenin
In partnership with the Embassy of Switzerland in Lebanon / Ambassade de Suisse au Liban and the Beirut Center of Photography - BCP
With the support of Association Philippe Jabre
Thursday 22 March, 19:00 to 20:30
Auditorium, Level -2
Following the workshop revolving around “the chair” and the space it occupied in the history of arts, BAC launches its second history of art class for children aged between 8 and 14. Ça marche (māchi), is a two-session workshop: the sessions will feature a tour of the exhibition followed by a discussion and a projection, as well as practical exercises and games.
This first solo show of Francis Alÿs in Lebanon (and in the region), Knots’n Dust gathers the artist’s early and recent works that explore themes of turbulence: the motions at the core and their outspread effects, ranging from the miniscule to the monumental. The show goes back and forth between the smallest element of unrest and instability to the most exaggerated form of disorder that this small unit can engender; from instability to total chaos, from meteorological phenomena to geopolitical manifestations, from a simple knot in the hair to an ascending spiral.