The Middle East Center for the Arts (MECA)
in parternship with Umm El-Fahem Gallery presents: Textile - Territory - Text

September 25th - April 1, 2017

 
 

On our third floor, in the Middle East Center for the Arts (MECA), is an exhibition which originated at the Umm El-Fahem Gallery in Israel. Curated by Irena Gordon, the works on display reveal the multifaceted ways in which textiles can serve as a medium.

Featured artists: Etti Abergel, Andi Arnovitz, Asad Azi, Mervat Essa, Leor Gredy, Nevet Itzhak, Roy Mana, Buthina Milhem, Yoav Raban, Farid Abu Shakra, Fatma Shanan, Tal Shoshan, Amira Ziyan.

Featured performing artist:

 

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Instalation photo of Textile - Territory - Text at the Umm El-Fahem Gallery

Roy Mana

Roy Mana is a writer, composer and also plays the piano. He was born in Tel-Aviv on 11/6/1991 in a house that was breathing music. His first romance was with the music world when he was a teenager, starting as a DJ of hip hop music. Even though he used to sing in weddings and family events at his youth, at a certain point he lost his confidence and only at the age of 18 he decided to make a comeback and fulfill his dream of becoming a singer. He started turning the musical hobby into a profession and started taking vocal lessons. Roy started performing in clubs and large productions. Mana came up with numerous singles already, among them is the duet “Show Me Your Face” with Netanel Perry, as well as, “Mommy”, “Don’t Give Up”, “Princess From Fairy Tales”, “Give Me A Hand”, and “To Live With You”.