Ameena Aljarman, born in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE, earned her double majors bachelor of Fine Arts and International Studies at Zayed University in 2014. Her current artistic endeavors include exploring and re-producing conceptual works of familiar visual and social elements . She has been exhibited at Sikka Art Fair 2019- Emirates Fine Art Society Annual Exhibition, The Salama bint Hamdan Emerging Artists Fellowship (SEAF) Exhibition 2018 , World Art Dubai- Emirati Emerging Artist, Video category 2017 , The Sheikha Manal Art Prize 2015 , The Cultural Exchange program Exhibition 2015 , The Big Picture Exhibition 2014.
Layan Attari lives and works in the UAE. Her research spans diverse media, frequently using photography and her graphic design practice to inform her artwork. Her work has been featured in several group exhibitions in the UAE including Campus Art Dubai Open Studio at Project Space Art Jameel, Cry Me a River by Office Run and Design House by Mobius Design Studio. She received her BSc in Multimedia Design from the American University of Sharjah in 2011.
Nahla Al Tabbaa is a Jordanian Bangladeshi multidisciplinary artist. She earned her MA in Curatorial Practice from the Bath School of Art and Design (2012), and her BFA in Sculpture from Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design (2009). Tabbaa has experience and interests in art pedagogy, socially engaged practices, the culinary arts, and energy healing. Her main scopes of institutional work are in community programming, education and urban research with Frying Pan Adventures, Art Jameel, Daftar Asfar and previously Sharjah Art Foundation.
Zahra Jewanjee is an artist and educator living and working in the UAE. She received her BFA from the National College of Arts and MFA at the Rhode Island School of Design. She is a recipient of the Salama Bint Hamdan Emerging Artist Fellowship, Abu Dhabi. Zahra has shown in Lahore, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, London, Gdansk, New York and Providence. Her work has been featured in ‘Dimensions of Citizenship’ for the Venice Architecture Biennial – US Pavilion 2018, RISD NatureLab, Harper’s Bazaar Arabia, MAS Context Chicago, Guernica Magazine and other publications.
Zena Adhami is a Syrian graphic artist currently working as an Assistant Visiting Professor in the Department of Art and Design at the American University of Sharjah (AUS). She earned her Masters in Fine Arts from California College of the Arts (CCA) San Francisco, and her B.S in Multimedia Design from the American University of Sharjah (AUS). Adhami taught and practiced design in Jordan, Dubai and Sharjah. Her work explores experimentation as a research method, and is concerned with creating a critical discourse on the meaning of space. Adhami’s work revolves around constructing narratives around space through communication design, and design in the discourse of memories and nostalgia.