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> Mission Statement of Artas Folklore Center
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> The Artas Folklore Center - Research And Documentation
> ARTAS FOLKLORE CENTER
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> CONTACT THE ARTAS FOLKLORE CENTER
> Putting the Jericho Equestrian Club on the Map
> Craftaid and Sunbola
> Broadcast Media in Palestine
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> Rehabilitation by Palestinian NGOs
> Arab Workshop for the Blind, Jerusalem
> Gender and disabilities in Palestine
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THE VISION OF THE ARTAS FOLKLORE CENTER
A living museum, a model village, an inspiration to other rural heritage centers with limited means in Palestine and beyond-that is the vision of the the Artas Folklore Center. Read More
OVERVIEW OF AIMS AND ACTIVITIES OF THE ARTAS FOLKLORE CENTER
RESEARCH AND DOCUMENTATION
SELECTED ACHIEVEMENTS AND ACTIVITIES OF THE ARTAS FOLKLORE CENTER
PARTNERSHIPS AND AFFILIATIONS
Projects in Search of Partners
The Artas Folklore Center enjoys an advisory board composed of qualified and active individuals in the fields of tourism, heritage, folklore, education, culture, environment, wildlife and more. Those interested in being considered for a position are invited to contact us.
The Artas Folklore Center offers many interesting and exciting volunteer opportunities and a chance to make a real difference to self motivated individuals able to work independently. Let us know what your interests and talents are.
This woman is posing in the Artas Folklore Center Museum with the Jarousha, formerly used to grind grain. She was a child when Louisa Baldensperger, daughter of French missionaries, known in the village as Sitt Louisa, and Hilma Granqvist, a Finnish anthropologist lived in Artas.