The Center for Arabic Culture is announcing the establishment of its children’s choir for ages 8-14. CAC will be offering an additional class at Mt. Ida College, with the goal to build an Arabic Children’s Choir. The course will be taught at 12:30 to 1:30 pm. starting March 2, 2014 to May 18, 2014, based on the CAC Arabic School Calendar (No class on March 30 or April 20).
The Jerusalem Fund for Education and Community Development offers summer internship positions with its educational program, the Palestine Center for undergraduate students. It provides students with an opportunity to conduct primary-source research, develop writing and organizational skills, build valuable D.C. contacts, gain hands-on experience and observe the extensive political and policy-related happenings in the metro D.C. area.
Beginner Level: Wednesdays: 6.00-7.00 pm Session I starts: March 5, 12, 19, 26- April 2, 9, 16, 23 Will build a solid foundation in “Raks Sharki” (Belly Dance) through good form, knowledge of music, and movement. Class will end with impromptu dance from steps learned in class but more importantly for the joy of dancing! … Continue reading
PRIVATE CALLIGRAPHY INSTRUCTION AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST: $65/hour.
Taught by master calligrapher Hajj Wafaa, these lessons will introduce participants to Arabic calligraphy and its historieal context within the Arab-Muslim world. Dates are available during our regular spring cultural classes period for Session II: March 1st through April 30, 2014.