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> Mission Statement of Artas Folklore Center
> News from the Artas Folklore Center
> The Achievements of the Artas Folklore Center
> The Vision of the Artas Folklore Center
> Posters of the Artas Folklore Center
> Partial List of Individuals aided by the Artas...
> The Artas Folklore Center - Research And Documentation
> ARTAS FOLKLORE CENTER
> Resounding Success of The Thirteenth Annual Artas...
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> Putting the Jericho Equestrian Club on the Map
> Craftaid and Sunbola
> Broadcast Media in Palestine
> Television industry in Palestine
> Working on women and disabilities in Palestine
> Rehabilitation by Palestinian NGOs
> Arab Workshop for the Blind, Jerusalem
> Gender and disabilities in Palestine
An important part of the Artas Folklore Center is Research and Documentation. The Artas Folklore Center seeks to collect the huge body of work about its field which covers all aspects, and to build on earlier information, such as the collection of the genealogies and oral/family histories of its inhabitants.It regularly provides assistance to researchers, students, photographers, artists, filmakers and others, thus increasing the number of works available.A key goal is to use these works as the basis to create unique tourism projects.
As of April 2012, the Artas Folklore Center is fortunate to enjoy the services of Falestin Naili, our Virtual Scholar in Residence, a multilingual expert on Artas. Below we provide a select bibliography of Artas and a partial list of researchers, photographers, students and others aided by the Artas Folklore Center in their various projects over the years.To receive help for your project, contact the Artas Folklore Center.
Falestin Naili Artas Virtual Scholar in Residence
Select Bibliography on Artas
Partial List of Individuals aided by the Artas Folklore Center's Research and Documentation Division"
Genealogy and Oral History Matters in Artas
Hilma Grandvist, studied the life of Artas villagers from cradle to grave during the British Mandate period,leaving the most complete such record in Palestine. She collected her information primarily from Artas women, whose voice is free and unfettered in the pages of her five monographs, to which she adds her scholarly observations.