- Geographic Location: Africa
A visual artist
Born to Sudanese parents in England 1970.
Bachelor Degree in Fine Art, College of Fine & Applied Art, Sudan University for Science & Technology, Khartoum, 1996. Exhibited her work in Sudan and abroad, and participated in:
2009, LESSEDRA Gallery & Contemporary Art Projects, Sofia, Bulgaria;
2008 -2009 "Africa Now", Washington DC, US;
January 2007,participated in a group exhibition "Out of Bounds" at the Vital Voices of Africa Leadership summit for Women & Girls, Town, South Africa. The exhibition was curated by Mimi Wolford, Mbari Institute for Contemporary African Art; Anne B. Zill, Women’s Center for Ethics in Action OUT OF BOUNDS (Hors du Sentier Battu).
"Colors of Africa", organized by Mbari Institute and The Arts Council of Metropolitan Memorial UMC, Washington DC, 2004;
"Out of Bounds", organized by the Mbari Institute for Contemporary African Art, at the University of New England, Maine, US, 2004.
She founded the online gallery Sudan Artists Gallery http://www.sudanartists.org in 1999.
I'm passionate about:
Reading; Volunteering, am a UN online volunteer since 2002.
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