print & digital

  • Abusalim, Dorgham. Stitching Threads of Identity: The Embroidered Journey of a Palestinian Artist in Diaspora, Palestine Square – Institute for Palestine Studies, 23 December, 2016. [Web] [PDF]

  • Brooklyn Arts Council, Artist Profile: Wafa Ghnaim. [Web]

  • Dabaie, Marguerite. Keeping tradition alive in the diaspora, The Electronic Intifada, 26, July 2017. [Web] [PDF]

  • Dave, Edward. ME Week’s ‘Tatreez and Tea’ weaves students together for Palestinian tradition, The Highlander, 24 April, 2018. [Web] [PDF]

  • Guzman, Carlos Khalil. Reviving Palestinian Culture in the Diaspora through Tatreez, Palestine in America, 29 March 2017. [Web] [PDF]

  • Hawksley, Rupert. “Palestinian Arts and Crafts That Tell A Story of the Ages”. The National, 19 August 2018. [Web]

  • Institute for Middle East Understanding. Tatreez & Tea Preserves Palestinian Embroidery in the Diaspora, 19, June 2018. [Web] [PDF]

  • James, Maura. Wafa Ghnaim: Tatreez is Home, Voice and Connection, Boston Palestine Film Festival, October, 2017. [Web] [PDF]

  • National Endowment for the Arts, Artist Profile: Feryal Abbasi-Ghnaim. [Web]

  • Spitaleri, Ellen. Milwaukie High School grad Wafa Ghnaim reveals Palestinian history through embroidery, Portland Tribune, 14 September 2016. [Web] [PDF]

  • Swindler, Samantha. Palestinian Embroidery is Oregon Artist’s Link to the Past, The Sunday Oregonian, 28 July 2018. [Web] [PDF]

  • Vermette, Danielle. A Life, Stitched in Time, Oregon Arts Watch, 11 July 2018. [Web] [PDF]


  • Abuelezam, Nadia. “Episode 11: Wafa, Missiles, Wheat and Gardens”, Palestinians Podcast, 28 November 2016. [Web]

  • El-Amine, Zein. Shay Wa Nana, WPFW. May 9, 2018. [Web]

  • Morgan, Marwa. “التطريز الفلسطيني .. حرفة وهوية تتناقلها الأجيال”, BBC Arabic. April 11, 2018. [Web]


  • Oregon Folklife Network Interview, “Honoring Oregon’s Living Cultural Treasures”. Released on 12 January 2016. [Full Video] [Excerpt]

  • Institute for Palestine Studies, “Preserving the Historical Record, Embroidery Traditions of Palestinian Women”. Interview by Omar Baddar on 21 March 2013. [Full Video]

  • National Endowment for the Arts, “NEA National Heritage Tribute Video: Feryal Abbasi-Ghnaim”. Produced by Alicia Rose, released on 25 September 2018. [Full Video]

  • World Affairs Council of Oregon, “Teach the Middle East” lecture, 1 December 2009. [Full Video]