Crumbs of soil: Edible Narratives of Palestine
Crumbs of Soil’s cocktail dinner is an interactive culinary experience that includes food, storytelling and acts of solidarity. The dinner highlights the devastating effects that Israeli settler-colonialism has had on Palestine’s traditional agricultural economy.
Palestinian cook Thurayya Alkury will weave food narratives illuminating slow violence using Palestinian ingredients or practices that Israel considers illegal. Twice as delicious! But don’t worry, where there is Israeli oppression, there is Palestinian resistance.
Palestinian research architect Areej Ashhab will present her work on Palestinian trees and seeds in which she attempts to reclaim the land and redefines our relationships to it.
Join us in our unique way of sharing the silent, non-sensational, and unquantifiable violence that Israel imposes on Palestinian land.
Your ticket includes:
Entry to the interactive fundraising cocktail dinner
Food weaved with storytelling
All proceeds from the dinner will go to the Union of Agricultural Work Committees (UAWC)*.
-Drinks are not included, and can be purchased separately from the bar at Becco which is known for its natural wine selection.
*The UAWC is leading NGO in the West Bank working with Palestinian farmers and fishermen, that has been under Israeli’s harassment since last November. On the morning of 18 August, their offices, along with other six leading Palestinian civil society organizations, were raided and sealed by the Israeli Occupying Forces. Read more here.
This event is part of Masahat’s annual festival for Arab arts and culture taking place during 20-25 September 2022 around different venues in Oslo. Link to main event here: https://fb.me/e/1QneEYHlz