Sahar Esfandiari is a British-Iranian writer focused on the Middle East and its diaspora
Frustrated by the absence of Black voices in the Iranian community and the media, a group came together to form a collective to amplify their voices and experiences.
A virtual but intimate exhibition aims to showcase modern-day Assyrian art created by the ancient community's widespread diaspora, exploring the challenges of identity, migration and cultural continuation.
Iraq's first independent film festival aims to take back control of tired narratives of the country and showcase emerging and established talent in film.
A new online campaign, Rumi Was Muslim, seeks to rectify the whitewashing and mistranslations of the renowned 13th-century Persian poet and Muslim scholar.
Al Yamaniah is shining a spotlight on the creative talents of Yemeni women.
Philip Juma's love for Iraqi food runs deeper than the tantalising tastes and flavours. The London chef's cuisine is intimately tied to intense pride for his cultural heritage.
Art institutions and galleries in the Middle East have moved online, creating digital spaces to connect and inspire people under lockdown.
Arsheef, Yemen's first contemporary art gallery, aims to showcase young artists and portray an authentic, multi-faceted reflection of life in modern-day Yemen.