The Public Outreach Program aims to promote Palestinian contemporary culture and life through creative encounters that target primarily the younger generation of artists and performers. It is a platform to showcase young talent in music, art, literature and cinema, as well as presenting a rich program of talks and performances about the city and its history, interpolated by an assortment of culinary activities involving local chefs and non-professional members of the community. Artists, writers, historians, musicians and performers are invited to give public performances including talks, discussions, readings, shows and film screenings with the aim to bring together community members and creative individuals in a shared space for experimentation, entertainment and free expression.


Tom Molloy

Darat al Funun, Amman part of Jerusalem Show selection


Tom Molloy was born in Waterford, Ireland in 1964. He attended The National College of Art & Design in Dublin, earning a B.A. in Fine Art in 1987 and an M.A. in Fine Art in 1992. A survey exhibition of his work was held at the Limerick City Gallery of Art in 2005 (publication) and at the Solstice Arts Centre, Navan, County Meath, in 2008 (publication). In 2010 Molloy had a major exhibition at The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art in USA (publication). Tom Molloy is included in the permanent collections of the Irish Museum of Modern Art; The Blanton Museum of Art, Texas; The Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon, Dublin; The Zabludowicz Collection, London; Fondazione Spinola Banna Per L’Arte, Turin; FRAC-Piemonte; and Princeton University Art Museum as well as several international private collections.