• Basbous shop - Amman Design Week

  • On Art Archives in Jordan - JNGFA


  • Darat al Funun's Inaugural 30th Anniversary Exhibition 


  • Hangar exhibition - Amman Design Week


  • 100 Days of Art - Spring Sessions 

  • Linear Transcendences - The Lab /
    Darat al Funun

  • Immerse at THE BEACH Award, IEA 4, Dubai


  • Granfaloon - MA Fine Art Degree Show - Central Saint Martins, London


  • Today Tomorrow - OXO Tower, London


  • BA Fine Art Degree Show - Central Saint Martins, London

Selected Exhibitions

I'm an artist working in drawing, painting embroidery and digital art. My work revolves around the concept and action of playing. In my workshops we expand together the area of mediation between institute and the participant. I hope to make visitors more engaged in exhibitions and the space in which they take place.

Let's work together!

I graduated from Central Saint Martins with a BA and MA in Fine Art. I also hold a postgraduate degree in the use of arts in therapy and education. My work experience started at Darat al Funun, where I still work as the communications manager and assistant curator. 

Design and digital painting: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign.  

Curation: proposals and assisting + different courses. 


Art + Education/Workshop planning and facilitation.

Yasmine Alnabulsi is an artist working with organic forms and creatures budding in fabric and on paper imbued with delicate embroidery to explore femininity and feminisms. She received MA and BA in Fine Art from Central Saint Martins and a postgraduate diploma in the arts in therapy and education, returning to Amman in 2016.


Her research ranges in archives and botany, herbariums, natural history, the use of the arts as therapeutic tools in discovering one’s relationship with the self and other.

Working with notions of nature and storytelling the fictional, these creatures and drawings become a medley of morphing creatures, chimaera, an amalgamation of biologists’ drawings and observations and art forms in nature. She is currently exploring relationships between pomegranates, mythology and gender.

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