Hanan Hazime is a multidisciplinary artist, creative writer, community arts educator, and writing instructor living in Tkaranto/Toronto. She also identifies as a Lebanese-Canadian Muslimah Feminist and Mad Pride Activist. Through her intersectional and interdisciplinary artwork, Hanan aims to push boundaries, question arbitrary binaries, dispel stigmas, and shatter stereotypes. Her primary mission as an arts educator is to provide accessible arts education to marginalized communities with a special focus on crafting safe, empowered spaces for Muslims, individuals with mental health challenges, folks with disabilities, and BIPOC youth to discover and enhance their writing and art skills. When not writing or creating art, Hanan enjoys reading fantasy novels, over-analyzing things, photo-blogging, dancing with faeries in the woods, and drinking copious amounts of tea.
PAST GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
- In Red, (mixed media on canvas), Feminist Art Fest 2020
- Dissociation, (collage on paper), 2019 (mus)interpreted Exhibit
- I’m Fine II (digital print on fabric), Being Scene 2019 Exhibit
- Labels series (3 digital prints on fabric), Bursting Bubbles 2018 Exhibit
- I Can’t Breathe (mixed media on canvas), Being Scene 2018 Exhibit