From Journalism to Art - A Healing Journey, Yasmine Dabbous
In this talk, Yasmine will tell the story of Espace Fann (which she cofounded with Nour Tannir) and Kinship Stories, shedding light on the incredible power of the arts in the process of healing.
Yasmine Dabbous is a visual culture artist and researcher from Beirut, Lebanon. Formerly an assistant professor of journalism and cultural studies at the Lebanese American University,
Dabbous left her position to become the founder of Kinship Stories, a line of tribal art necklaces revolving around values, stories and craftsmanship.
With Nour Tannir, they are the two women behind Espace Fann, a Beirut-based creative space offering accessible university-level art education designed to heal and empower.
Nour Tannir is an interior architect with experience in interior styling, furniture design and turnkey projects. She is co-founder of, and program manager at, Espace Fann. Tannir is also the brain behind 786 The Brand.
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