- During autumn 2009, Arkadi Zaides and his collaborators for the creation of Quiet, held a series of workshops at Rabeah’s Studio, each one sharing his own professional experience with a group of youth, 14-22 years of age. Workshops included contemporary dance training, Gaga (the movement language of Ohad Naharin), Sufi dance, Capoeira, theater and Rap singing. The teenagers were exposed to different forms of performing arts and expression.
- On the 30 of january 2010 Quiet was presented in the north of israel together with a performance by Rabeah Morkus' Rimaz Dance Company.
- During spring 2011 our team worked with a group of youth from the village, on a small performance based on movement material taken from Quiet.
Rabea Morkus dance studio located in Kafer Yassef, a village in the north of Israel. It is a unique initiative in the Arab sector, which fosters young generation of dancers from several villages in the north of the country. Beside the regular educational activity the studio is the home of Rimaz Dance Group, a Palestinian dance group founded by Rabeah Morkus in 2007. The group combines traditional Arabic dance rituals with contemporary dance, thus creating a new and unique dance language based on the routs of Palestinian people.