Iman Jabrah (b.1994) is a Palestinian-American multidisciplinary displaced artist, currently based in Cincinnati and China. She is the recipient of the full scholarship from China Scholarship Council to gain an international masters in Fine Art at China Academy of Art with a previous BFA in New Media Art from Northern Kentucky University. Iman’s latest artist and researcher-in-residence is with Praksis and the Peace Research Institute of Oslo, Norway.
In early 2022, Jabrah received the Artswave Truth and Reconciliation grant to Curate Amid exhibition during her curator-in-residence at Wave Pool gallery; Amid exhibition showcases artworks at the Cincinnati Art Museum by women and queer Palestinian artists from Palestine and the diaspora. Her latest exhibition was part of Women of Crypto Art in collaboration with DoinGud for the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Most recently, Jabrah has exhibited with the Cincinnati Art Museum, the Professional Artistic Research Projects at Studeō PAR-, and 21C Museum. Many of Iman’s initiative projects aim toward community; to build collaborative cultures through shared exhibitions, residencies, and collective projects. In 2023, Jabrah received a 3 person art exhibition in Columbus, Ohio with 934 gallery. And exhibited at the Contemporary Art Center.