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curator. creative director. educator.


Supporting community by curating within DIY and non-traditional art spaces, Hibah has dedicated her time to exhibit emerging and established artists alike through The Open Gallery. She has managed and directed city wide projects such as ArtworxTO: Toronto’s Year of Public Art 2021 - 2022, Cultural Hotspot, No Vacancy in support of ShowLoveTO, alongside curatorial projects for Mississauga Arts Council, Visual Arts Mississauga, Manifesto, Museums of Mississauga and others.

As a curator, Hibah works towards being present in unconventional spaces to make change within the system. She encourages exploration in the arts while combating judgment towards minority demographics in the industry.


Hibah has moderated panels for various programs including International Women's Day alongside acclaimed artists like Briony, Kay Ray, Krystal Ball, Zahra Siddiqui and more. She has creatively directed and designed stages and events for artists and arts organizations throughout Toronto. With over 7 years of program management experience, Hibah's expertise lays with public discourse and co-creation to introduce new ways of building the creative ecosystem.


Hibah's discursive practice and new working methods as a site for education is seen in her role of a part-time professor at Humber and UofT, teaching courses in Arts Management. Hibah also teaches arts and event production courses with institutions alike and shares room through guest facilitation and speaking for a range of programs and platforms to amplify POC voices. Her cross-section of teaching methods with a curatorial voice introduce an everyday approach to learning and shape critical discourse.

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