Upcoming Exhibitions المعارض القادمة
28th May to 6th June 2013 International Calligraphy Festival, Algeria.
28 أيار إلى 06 حزيران مهرجان الخط الدولي, الجزائر
Previous Work and Exhibitions المعارض والأعمال السابقة
4th Beirut Art Book Fair, At the ARTHEUM in Beirut, May 8-11, 2013
معرض بيروت الرابع لكتب الفن , 8-11 أيار
Works on paper will be exhibited for the full duration of the fair.
أعمال على الورق ستعرض خلال كامل فترة المعرض
April 17th to 27th 2013 Beirut Bloom, At the ARTHEUM in Beirut
بيروت بلوم – من 17 إلى 27 نيسان أرتيوم بيروت
Featuring emerging artists in the Middle East
يتضمن فنانين صاعدين في الشرق الأوسط
October 23rd solo exhibition at the American embassy of Lebanon
23 تشرين الأول معرض خاص في السفارة الأمريكية في لبنان
Januray 15th to Septemper 10th 2012 Maktoob featuring the art work of three caligraphers Everitte Barbee, Joumana Medlej & Ziad Talhouk Art Lounge Bayt Al Deen Beirut, Lebanon
كانون الثاني 15 إلى 10 أيلول معرض “مكتوب” بوجود أعمال لثلاث خطاطين افرت باربي و جمانة مدلج و زياد تلهوك في معرض بيت الدين. بيروت لبنان
August 13th, 2011: Conway Hall, London, England
August, 2011 Cover of Anon Eight Poetry Poetry Magazine
Among the many poems featured in this anonymous submission magazine, three calligraphy works are also included. These featuring three poems from Lebanese, Scottish and Syrian poets, Yehia Jaber, Emily Ballou, and Rasha Omran.
May 20, 2011: Scottish Poetry Library, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Sixteen pieces were exhibited in conjunction with the Edinburgh Reels Festival. Several poets from Lebanon, Scotland, and Syria read their recently translated poems in both Arabic and English. The poets present included Famous Lebanese poet Yehia Jaber, and Syrian poet Rasha Omran.
May 19, 2011: Centre for Contemporary Arts; Scottish Writers Centre, Glasgow, Scotland.
Eighteen calligraphy pieces were exbibited in conjunction with the Edinburgh Reels Festival. Several poets from Lebanon, Scotland, and Syria read their recently translated poems in both Arabic and English. The poets present included Famous Lebanese poet Yehia Jaber, and Syrian poet Rasha Omran.
May 13-14, 2011: AXO Gallery, Lieth.
Three calligraphy prints were donated to the Save the Forest Art Auction, which included more than 75 works by artists from all around the world. The three prints accounted for £155 of the £1200 worth of art sold at the auction.