Aliyah Hasinah is a young curator, writer and creative whose work centers on international black experiences. Her most recent work sees her researching decolonial curatorial methods and practice across the UK, America’s, Caribbean and African Continent. She has curated projects such as Bald Black Girls with Artist Ruth Sutoyé, The Gallery is Many Things at Eastside Projects and The Past is Now at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery. Aliyah was also previously the Midlands Producer for Apples and Snakes and has worked with organisations including V&A, SBTV, BBC1XTRA, Channel 4 Random Acts and TEDx. Aliyah’s work is published in Sabrina Mahfouz’ ‘The Things I Would Tell You: Muslim Women Write’ and online. Aliyah is currently an organizational facilitator for Fearless Futures.
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