This programme engages young artists, university students, and art and cultural professionals in the museum's knowledge production process, led by dedicated artists who can guide the entire process through a series of art workshops inspired by the museum's exhibitions and programmes. This direct interaction allows the exchange of artistic and creative experiences across generations and the integration of what is authentic and modern through an ongoing movement based on firsthand encounters and meaningful dialogue. This adds a new dimension to the creative process, turning participants into contributors to the development of Palestinian art.
The programme focuses on each of the new experiences, paying close attention to them as generators and engines of public creativity. It ensures that each experience receives the support and guidance it needs, making its owners partners in content creation. These productions may take the form of art books by emerging artists, the concepts of which intersect with one of the museum's exhibitions. It may also take the form of posters, crafts, short films, or other forms. The museum supervises the production of these works and offers artistic, textual, or design-related advice; attention is then paid to promotion and advertising, particularly in supporting the artist in raising the profile of their work in different spaces.