Tatreez & Tea: Embroidery Storytelling in the Palestinian Diaspora

Talk and Embroidery Workshops

Join us for a presentation by Wafa Ghnaim, author of Tatreez & Tea, who will speak on the centuries-old folk art of Palestinian tatreez embroidery and on preserving, documenting, and sharing this artistry and its storytelling traditions, so that they are passed to the next generation of Palestinians living in exile.

Tatreez & Tea includes both a talk and embroidery workshops, co-sponsored by the Office of Religious Life at Princeton University and the Princeton Middle East Society. ALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.


When:  Friday, February 23, 2018 @ 6 PM

Where: McCormick Hall 106, Princeton University

Embroidery Workshops:

Learn traditional Palestinian stitches, image transferring techniques, and how to develop your own style.  All materials are provided. No prior needlework experience necessary. 

When: Saturday, February 24, 2018

Workshop #1: 11 am-2pm    Workshop #2: 3-6pm

Where: Murray Dodge Hall, Princeton University

Register for Workshops at: bit.ly/tatreez224